Quality and safety are paramount in the high risk aviation industry. Certification to 9100/9110/9120 demonstrates commitment to both of these and helps drive competitive advantage.
Quality and safety are paramount in the high risk aviation industry. The forthcoming revision of the 9100:2016 Series aims to clarify all requirements and make it easier to use whilst addressing both aerospace industry and stakeholder needs.
GDPMDS certification is applicable to organisations that import and supply by wholesale, medical devices in Singapore.
IATF 16949:2016 Automotive certification helps retain the highest safety and quality standards to help drive competitive advantage.
ISO 13485:2016 (Medical Devices - Quality Management Systems - Requirements for Regulatory Purposes) is the international standard that defines Quality Management Systems (QMS) requirements for organisations that design, develop, manufacture, install and service medical devices and design, develop, and provide related services, including manufacturers of materials or component parts that are used in medical devices.
The International Standard ISO 29990 was prepared by Technical Committee ISO / TC 232 "services for learning related to education and non-formal education" and is consistent with many management system standards published by ISO, in particular ISO 9001.
Key to the development of PAS 55, LRQA (part of Lloyd's Register) is ideally placed to provide ISO 55001 certification, the new asset management system.
LRQA’s Preliminary Assessment examines and reports on your management system’s readiness for the transition assessment.
SS524:2014 covers the entire management system from product procurement to delivery of bunker to vessels within the port of Singapore.