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ISO 9001
Prepared by ISO (International Organization for Standardization) to dissolve international t rade b arriers , ISO 9001 is a certification system of quality management capability by third party (certification authority auditing of the supplier ' s quality management system. ISO 9001 suggests five requirements for quality management (Quality management system, Management responsibility, Resource management , Product realization, Measurement, analysis and improvement) and under the assumption that these requirements are met, inspects the implementation and enforcement of quality management system effective to each organization.
ISO/TS 16949
Quality system requirement for automotive related products (design, development, production, installation and servicing) written by IATF(International Automotive Task Force), as a global standard consolidating European and American.
As a single audit and registration for companies trading between Europe and America in automotive industry it satisfies the customer needs. American Big 3 vehicle manufacturers who have led QS-9000 strongly recommending ISO/TS 16949 certification, it is prospected to spread replacing QS-9000 in the future.
Occupational Health and Safety Management System, KSG 18001 is an activity where all the members of the organization including the CEO and the related parties participate in, anticipating and preventing the potential risks in the business activities to protect health and safety of the members and eventually contribute to profit generation of the organization and systematically manage the safety of its members. Signing an agreement of mutual common certification with LRQA (UK) and SGS (Switzerland), organizations can be certified to both KGS 18001 and OHSAS 18001 simultaneously, and integrated operation with ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 is suggested.
KS A14001/ISO14001
One of the ISO 14000 standard series developed by the committee for international environmental management standards (TC207) of ISO, applicable when enforcing, maintaining, improving, and ensuring the environmental management system of an organization. Defines the fundamental requirements for a system expected of an organization to reduce the environmental influence caused by the organization, composed of series of processes to specify environmental policies and goals, practice activities to achieve them, monitor and review the status of practices.