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Preparing for ISO 45001 – The New Health & Safety Standard

On the 25th March 2015, Antaris’ Senior EH&S, Quality Consultant Finbarr Stapleton gave a talk in Dublin at the IOSH Conference – Safety in a re-emerging construction sector on preparing for the new Health & Safety standard ISO 45001. 396 more words

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The eight common mistakes by CFO's when building new cleanrooms!

1. Room classification; or…The CFO’s TEAM classifies the room too high! Classifying the room based on Federall standards or ISO standards are most common methods.  They are published acceptable industry standards. 1,757 more words

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What is ISO?

International organization for standard
 abbreviated as (ISO) is the body which sets international standards and it’s composed of representative from all national standard organizations. The organization was founded in the year1947, and it is there to promote worldwide industrial, propriety, and also commercial standards. 257 more words

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Infographic: Comparing UK and Irish ISO Uptake

At the end of 2014, the International Standards Organisation (ISO) released a survey outlining the growth in the uptake of ISO Standards. This survey focused on the growth of the seven most popular ISO Standards over 2012 and 2013. 130 more words

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Important Update on ISO 45001!

The first committee draft of the new Health & Safety standard ISO 45001 was published last summer.

This new standard helps the organisation to look beyond its immediate Health & Safety issues and to take into account what the wider society expects of them. 207 more words

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Audit Activities using ISO 19011

This is the third instalment in the ISO 19011 audit series which looks at activities required to successfully prepare for an integrated management audit. In this post we will look at audit activities and elaborate on the graph below: 369 more words

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The Impact of ISO 16949 on Automotive Industry

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) constantly seeks to evaluate and adopt new concepts in the field of quality management. Despite the fact that ISO 9001:2008 sets the quality requirements which are intended to be applicable to all types of organizations, regardless of the type, size, or product provided, ISO has developed sector specific quality management standards. 599 more words

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