Instructor

Amante Carreon

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Overview

Universally or widely accepted, agreed upon, or established means of determining what something should be. Major classifications of this term include: (1) Material or substance whose properties are known with a level of accuracy that is sufficient to allow its use as a physical reference in calibrating or measuring the same properties of another material or substance. (2) Conceptnorm, or principle established by agreementauthority, or custom, and used generally as an example or model to compare or measure the quality or performance of a practice or procedure. (3) Written definition, limit, or rule approved and monitored for compliance by an authoritative agency (or professional or recognized body) as a minimum acceptable benchmark. This is the usual meaning of the plural term (standards).

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What is quality standards?
The operational techniques and the activities that sustain the quality of a product or service in order to satisfy given requirements. It consists of qualityplanning, data collection, data analysis, and implementation, and is applicable to all phases of the product life cycle: design, development,manufacturing, delivery and installation, and operation and maintenance.

What is a standard?
A standard is a document that provides requirements, specifications, guidelines or characteristics that can be used consistently to ensure that materials, products, processes and services are fit for their purpose. We published over 19 500 International Standards that can be purchased from the ISO store or from our members.

What are the benefits of ISO International Standards?

ISO International Standards ensure that products and services are safe, reliable and of good quality. For business, they are strategic tools that reduce costs by minimizing waste and errors, and increasing productivity. They help companies to access new markets, level the playing field for developing countries and facilitate free and fair global trade.

ISO standards in action
We also have information about how ISO standards work in the real world. For example, ISO Standards in action: Water explains how ISO standards help solve the global water challenge.
Learn more about ISO standards in action

  1. Popular standards SO 9000 - Quality management Make sure your products and services meet customers' needs with this family of standards.
  2. ISO 14000 - Environmental management Improve your environmental performance with this family of standards.
  3. ISO 3166 - Country codes Avoid confusion when referring to countries and their subdivisions with this standard.
  4. ISO 22000 - Food safety management
  5. Inspire confidence in your food products with this family of standards.
  6. ISO 26000 - Social responsibility Help your organization to operate in a socially responsible way with this standard.
  7. ISO 50001 - Energy management Make energy savings and help make your organization more efficient with this standard.
  8. ISO 31000 - Risk management Manage risks that could be negative for your company’s performance with this standard.
  9. ISO 4217 - Currency codes Avoid confusion when referring to world currencies with this standard.
  10. ISO 639 - Language codes . Describe languages in an internationally accepted way with this standard.
  11. ISO 20121 - Sustainable events Manage the social, economic and environmental impacts of your event with this standard.
  12. ISO 27001 - Information security Ensure your organization's information is secure with this family of standards.

 

 

Course content

  • Introduction

  • Learning Outcome #1  Assess Condition of Received Equipment

  • Learning Outcome #2 Complete Relevant Work Related Documents

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