Food Safety Management Systems- Requirements for any Organization in the food Chain
Environmental Management Systems- Requirements with guidance for use
Risk Management – Principles and Guidelines
General Hospital Requirements
Medical vehicles- Road ambulances
Quality Management system- Requirements
Standards are published documents that establish specifications and procedures designed to ensure the reliability of the materials, products, methods, and/or services people use every day.
Standardization provides a solid foundation upon which to develop new technologies and to enhance existing practices. Some of the many benefits are:
Standards fuel the development and implementation of technologies that influence and transform the way we live, work and communicate. Behind the scenes, standards make everyday life work. They may establish size or shape or capacity of a product, process or system. They can specify performance of products or personnel. They also can define terms so that there is no misunderstanding among those using the standard. For examples, standards help ensure that a light bulb fits the socket and appliance plugs fit power outlets. Businesses not only reduce the economic risk of their research and development activities by participating in standardization, they can also lower their overall research and design costs by relying on previously standardized technologies and terminologies. Standards also make it easier to understand and compare competing products. As standards are globally adopted and applied in many markets, they also fuel international trade.
Conformity assessment involves a set of processes that show your product, service or system meets the requirements of a standard.
Certification is the provision by an independent body (SWASA) of written assurance (a certificate) that the product, service or system in question meets specific requirements. Certification is also known as third party conformity assessment. This is a way of showing outsiders that your organization has an effective quality management system in place. Certification can be a useful tool to add credibility, by demonstrating that your product or service meets the expectations of your customers.