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Quality Standards

In 1987 the International Organisation for Standardization, or ISO, established a series of international quality standards called the ISO 9000 Series of Standards. These standards were developed from the British Standards BS 5750 Parts 1-3.     The series is not specific to any one industry, but when used with proper industry-specific standards, helps build a strong foundation for a quality system.     The idea behind ISO is to promote standardization which will facilitate the international exchange of goods and services.    The BS versions of these standards are as issued by the BSI.



For Reference a list of the relevant standards is provided below;

  1. BS EN ISO 9000:2005 Quality management systems. Fundamentals and vocabulary
  2. BS EN ISO 9001:2008 Quality management systems. Requirements
  3. BS EN ISO 9004:2009 Managing for the sustained success of an organization. A quality management approach.

BS EN ISO 9000 provides the user with guidelines for selection and use of ISO 9001

BS EN ISO 9004 provides guidelines for internal use by a producer developing its own quality system to meet business needs and take advantage of opportunities.

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Links Providing information on Design Standards and Quality Systems

  1. Praxiom ISO 9001:2000 translated into plain english
  2. Quality Network A Site providing Information on Quality /Engineering Management
  3. Quality Online... Quality Online is a Site devote to quality management and measurement
  4. Cyberman Quality and Design Page... Quality Online is a Site devoted to quality management and measurement

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Last Updated 15/0/2010