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    QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

    1- Quality Management System (QMS: ISO 9001- 2000)
    2- Environmental Management System (EMS: ISO 14000- 2004)
    3- Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSAS: ISO 18000)
    4- Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP: ISO 22000)
    5- Basel II; Implementation Issues

    1- Quality Management System (QMS: ISO 9001- 2000)

    The goal of QMS is to provide your company with quality management while using little of your employee's time or your time To help you reach a solution to an issue, QMS guides its users through a standard procedure.
    ISO is an organization that develops Standards for use worldwide to help companies plug into the world market.

    This ISO 9001:2000 Compliance Seminar presents attendees the opportunity to understand the 7-Basics of ISO 9001:2001 Leading-edge companies around the globe use these basics every day to increase productivity and earn more profits.

    When you attend this training it will help you and your company:

    • Improve Customer Service and Satisfaction
    • Reduce the high cost of end-of-month scrambling
    • Eliminate quality problem "finger-pointing
    • Minimize supplier quality rejections
    • Diminish production rework and scrap
    • Eliminate customer returns and warrantee charges
    • Reach your full growth and earnings potential

    2- Environmental Management System (EMS: ISO 14000- 2004)

    It is a set of voluntary environmental management standards, guides and technical reports.
    ISO 14000, which was initially released in 1996 and updated in 2004, is a global series of environmental management systems (EMS) standards Companies can implement any or all of the ISO 14000 series standards which provide organizations with the tools to assess and control the impact of their activities, products or services on the environment.
    The ISO 14000 series of international standards have been developed so that organizations may incorporate environmental aspects into operations and product standards.

    This seminar Goals:

    • Understand the management structure of ISO 14001
    • Understand the purpose and goals of ISO 14001
    • Understand the implementation structure of ISO 14001
    • Learn the sections that impact upper management the most
    • Learn what kind of support upper management must provide to the ISO 14001:2004 implementation teams
    • Understand the registration process
    • Be able to estimate the resources and cost associated with ISO 14001:2004 compliance.
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    3- Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSAS: ISO 18000)

    Health and safety is one of the most important aspects of an organization’s smooth and effective functioning. Good health and safety performance ensures an accident free industrial environment.

    The OHSAS 18001 standard prescribes requirements for an Occupational Health &safety (OH&S) Management system to enable an organization to formulate a policy and objectives, taking into account legislative requirements and information about significant hazards and risks, which the organization can control and over which it can be expected to have an influence, to protect its employees and others, whose health and safety may be affected by the activities of the organization.

    Course Contents:

    • Definitions and concepts of OHSAS 18001
    • Evolution of OH&S management systems
    • Role of Certification bodies
    • Analysis of OHSAS 18001 including reference to OHSAS 18002
    • Risk assessment process and Risk Management
    • OHSAS Policy and Objectives
    • Statutory and legal requirements
    • Documentation
    • Auditing for OHSAS requirements.
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    4- Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP: ISO 22000)

    ISO 22000 specifies the requirements for a food safety management system in the food chain where an organization needs to demonstrate its ability to control food safety hazards in order to provide consistently safe end products that meet both the requirements agreed with the customer and those of applicable food safety regulations.

    It is the expectation, if not a requirement, the organizations operating within the food supply chain has to identify, analyze, and to prevent, eliminate or reduce these hazards (dangers) to acceptable levels To achieve its objective of food safety ISO 22000, any organization needs considering the seven following objectives which.

    We will cover in this seminar:

    • Conduct a hazard analysis
    • Identify critical control points
    • Establish critical limits for each critical control point
    • Establish critical control point monitoring requirements
    • Establish corrective actions
    • Establish record keeping procedures
    • Establish procedures for ensuring the HACCP system is working as intended.
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    5- Basel II; Implementation Issues

    This one-day seminar primarily from the perspective of internationally active wholesale banks, is intended to focus on recent developments regarding a number of areas related to Basel II with a focus on legal and compliance Operational Risk perspective.

    The seminars will help participants understand how the new regulation will affect the access to finance as well as provide advice on improving relationships between banks and the average borrower.

    Seminar Content:

    • Basel II Norms
    • Risk Categorization
    • Impact on the overall lending process
    •Seminar outlining the Basel II data infrastructure and regulatory reporting requirements facing financial institutions
    • View on the road to reporting compliance
    • Basel II impact on enterprise technology
    •Provide valuable insight for peer institutions dealing with regulatory capital calculations and reporting
    • The impact of Basel II on private equity investments, or on lower grade/longer term credit exposures, by banking organizations
    •Other Legal and Compliance Issues Relating to Operational and Reputational Risk: Capital Markets Perspective
    • Impact on Borrowing
    • Conclusions on the Basel II recommendations.
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