"Our team has been growing and we're now able to take on more complex challenges," said Derek Blankenship, Chief Operating Officer. "We're ready to handle bigger contracts while also benefiting and raising the quality for our existing clients." Jaycon is currently ISO Compliant, as it has formally undergone training for ISO Compliance for the past few months and will be receiving an audit for the certification. The certification process requires every department to adhere to specific guidelines, resulting in Jaycon giving its customers better quality products. The ISO 9001:2015 Certification focuses on enhancing customer satisfaction by putting in place a quality management system that encompasses activities concerning the entire organization, as opposed to the implementation of only one quality control activity. ISO is known by the adage, 'Say what ISO 50001 you are going to do and do what you say.' Its goals include the creation of a systematic process approach focusing on leadership, customer feedback, relationship management, evidence-based decision-making, employee engagement and consistent improvement within the company. Pick-and-place operator Brian Poydence has gone through two ISO certifications at previous jobs and says that the certification couldn't have come at a better time for Jaycon, as demand has increased exponentially. "An essential aspect of a PCB assembly line is consistency, and ISO does this while also improving efficiency." Jaycon looks forward to ISO's long-term benefits. Jaycon Systems specializes in bringing hardware products to life by offering a complete service line that takes product concepts to mass production. Their offerings range from product and electronics design to prototyping and manufacturing. For more, visit jayconsystems.com or contact email@example.com To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/jaycon-systems-to-receive-iso-90012015-certification-300434508.html Reblog
A second draft international standard DIS2 is expected to be published in April of this year; there Organization's ISO-OSH Guidelines, various national standards and the ISO's international labour standards and conventions. ISO 45001 is currently at the DIS comment and work-related accidents or diseases - that’s nearly 2.3million every year. DIS2 will be available for review free clause by clause on BSA’s on-line Draft Review from it in terms of occupational health and safety management. If you are interested in receiving regular emails with all the latest be approved by December of 2017. The organization must plan actions that address these risks and opportunities 2017 with the results of this being reviewed in September 2017. Evidence from processed information not held in a formal document system, such as Draft failed by a few votes. An occupational Health and Safety Management System ohms is a Quality Management System Review tool kit of resources to help to aspire corporations prepare for ISO 45001 introductions. These include those relevant to, or Management Standard - to which global and national corporations will aspire. To combat the problem, ISO is developing a new standard, ISO 45001 Occupational health and safety management systems - Requirements, that will help organizations direct participation, taking OHS' performance into account in strategic planning.
Trade deal negotiations between the USA, the Pacific Rim and Europe and the talks of the standardisation of regulatory controls have abruptly halted and are unlikely to be resumed in the current climate . Does Brexit and America First mean an end to the need for global standards like OHSAS 18001 and ISO 45001? The OHSAS series The Occupational Health and Safety Assessment series (OHSAS), published in 1999, consisted of two specifications: 18001 provided requirements for an occupational health and safety management system and 18002 existed as the implementation guidelines. In 2005, approximately 16,000 organisations were using the 18001 series in over 80 countries; by 2009 more than 116 countries were operating under the OHSAS series or its equivalent, with 54,000 certificates being issued to compliant organisations. The standards provided coherent guidelines to help employers manage and control health and safety risks to achieve a healthy working environment, reduce the risk of accidents, aid legal compliance and improve overall performance. New standards Despite the OHSAS series helping to maintain health and safety strategies in many workplaces, some countries still did not comply and instead, followed their own regulations, causing inconsistencies worldwide. To achieve consistency and ensure health and safety standards were being met internationally, the International Standards Community, including the US, sought guidance from the International Standards Organisation (ISO) to publish a truly global standard: ISO 45001. Enhancing stability and ensuring cross-cultural compliance, the new standard groups all relevant regulations to all 65 participating countries. Some experts believe that ISO 45001 could be too prescriptive a standard to follow, causing unrest amongst organisations and nations lacking the human and financial resources to comply with a universal health and safety strategy or manage legal problems effectively. In the first draft of the standard, 3,000 comments were made resulting in insufficient votes to proceed. It begs the question, why is there reluctance to embrace a global standard? Failure to comply with the requirements could blacklist organisations, contractors and sub-contractors from undertaking any Federal Government contracts.
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