ISO 22301 business continuity management

All About ISO 22301 – Business Continuity Management

Let’s start off by explaining what is meant by business continuity and then we will get into what ISO 22301 is all about. Business continuity in short describes how any business or organisation plans to function in the aftermath of a major disaster or severe disruption that affects that business. The ability for a business to become fully functional after a serious incident occurs is paramount, and the speed at which this happens depends mainly on how well it has prepared before the event occurs.

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About ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems

All About ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems

With the growing impact of climate change, and increasing economic pressures on organisations of all shapes and sizes, more and more companies are looking at ways to reduce their environmental impact but also to cut down on expenses and the cost of doing business. One way of achieving both these goals – improving environmental performance and saving money is to become more energy efficient and so lower energy bills. Opportunities to identify where energy costs can be reduced can be determined in a number of ways, and finding the best way for a business to cut back depends on a number of different factors – and this is where ISO 50001 come in to its own.

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About ISO 31000 Risk Management

All About ISO 31000 Risk Management Systems

The ISO 31000 risk management system is a framework designed to help organisations build a systematic approach to the management of its risk. Developed by the International Organization for Standardization or ISO and first published in 2009, it was created in order to help develop standard ways for organisations to perform specific business risk management processes. By establishing a set of recognisable guidelines or frameworks for any business to follow, the ISO management standards give organisations a much better chance of being successful.

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The History of Quality Management

All About The History Of Quality Management

While Total Quality Management is a relatively new concept, there has been some form of quality control system since the start of the industrial revolution and the birth of modern manufacturing processes during the 18th century. In the early beginnings of quality control, there may have been one person who would inspect each manufactured product as it was completed and if the inspector approved, then it was deemed good enough to be presented to the customer.

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