A PECB introduction training course will enable participants to gain or expand their knowledge on the relevant standard or field. The ISO 45001 introduction training course focuses on the acqui
ISO TR 8550-1:2007 gives general guidance on the selection of an acceptance sampling system, scheme or plan. It does this principally in the context of standards that either already exist or are presently under development. The guidance is confined to acceptance sampling of products that are supplied in lots and that can be classified as consisting of discrete items (i.e. discrete articles of product). It is assumed that each item in a lot can be identified and segregated from the other items in the lot and has an equal chance of being included in the sample. Each item of product is countable and has specific characteristics that are measurable or classifiable as being conforming or nonconforming (to a given product specification). Standards on acceptance sampling are typically generic, as a result of which they can be applied to a wide variety of inspection situations. These include, but are not limited to, the following: end items, such as complete products or sub-assemblies; components and raw materials; services; materials in process; supplies in storage; maintenance operations; data or records; and administrative procedures. Although ISO TR 8550-1:2007 is written principally in terms of manufacture and production, this should be interpreted liberally, as it is applicable to the selection of sampling systems, schemes and plans for all types of products and processes as defined in ISO 9000.
ISO/TR 37121:2016 provides an inventory of existing guidelines and approaches on sustainable development and resilience in cities. ISO/TR 37121:2016 focuses on resilience understood as the ability of a city, system, community, local government or society exposed to hazards to resist, absorb, accommodate to and recover from the effects of a hazard in a timely and efficient manner, including through the preservation and restoration of its essential basic structures and functions. Resilience indicators are intended to assess the extent to which cities are helping residents, businesses, institutions, and infrastructure resist, absorb, accommodate to and recover from the effects of hazards in a timely and efficient manner.
ISO/TR 31004:2013 provides guidance for organizations on managing risk effectively by implementing ISO 31000:2009. It provides: a structured approach for organizations to transition their risk management arrangements in order to be consistent with ISO 31000, in a manner tailored to the characteristics of the organization; an explanation of the underlying concepts of ISO 31000; guidance on aspects of the principles and risk management framework that are described in ISO 31000. ISO/TR 31004:2013 can be used by any public, private or community enterprise, association, group or individual. ISO/TR 31004:2013 is not specific to any industry or sector, or to any particular type of risk, and can be applied to all activities and to all parts of organizations.
ISO/TS 29001:2010 defines the quality management system for product and service supply organizations for the petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas industries. Boxed text is original ISO 9001:2008 text unaltered and in its entirety. The petroleum, petrochemical, and natural gas industry sector-specific supplemental requirements are outside the boxes.
This document provides guidance on reviewing and assessing the implementation and operation of information security controls, including the technical assessment of information system controls, in compliance with an organization's established information security requirements including technical compliance against assessment criteria based on the information security requirements established by the organization. This document offers guidance on how to review and assess information security controls being managed through an Information Security Management System specified by ISO/IEC 27001. It is applicable to all types and sizes of organizations, including public and private companies, government entities, and not-for-profit organizations conducting information security reviews and technical compliance checks.
ISO/IEC TR 25060:2010 describes a potential family of International Standards, named the Common Industry Formats (CIF), that document the specification and evaluation of the usability of interactive systems. It provides a general overview of the CIF framework and contents, definitions, and the relationship of the framework elements. The intended users of the framework are identified, as well as the situations in which the framework may be applied. The assumptions and constraints of the framework are also enumerated. The framework content includes the following: consistent terminology and classification of specification, evaluation, and reporting; a definition of the type and scope of formats and the high-level structure to be used for documenting required information and the results of evaluation. ISO/IEC TR 25060:2010 is applicable to software and hardware products used for predefined tasks. The information items are intended to be used as part of system-level documentation resulting from development processes such as those in ISO 9241-210, and ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 7 process standards. ISO/IEC TR 25060:2010 focuses on documenting those elements needed for design and development of usable systems, rather than prescribing a specific process. It is intended to be used in conjunction with existing International Standards, including ISO 9241, ISO 20282, ISO/IEC 9126 and the SQuaRE series (ISO/IEC 25000 to ISO/IEC 25099). ISO/IEC TR 25060:2010 does not prescribe any kind of method, life cycle or process.
ISO/TS 22318:2015 gives guidance on methods for understanding and extending the principles of BCM embodied in ISO 22301 and ISO 22313 to the management of supplier relationships. This Technical Specification is generic and applicable to all organizations (or parts thereof), regardless of type, size and nature of business. It is applicable to the supply of products and services, both internally and externally. The extent of application of this Technical Specification depends on the organization's operating environment and complexity. Supply chain management considers the full range of activities concerned with the provision of supplies or services to an organization as a part of business-as-usual. The scope of this Technical Specification is less broad in that it specifically considers the issues faced by an organization which needs continuity of supply of products and services to protect its business activities or processes, and the continuity strategies for current suppliers within supply chains, which can be used to mitigate the impact of disruption; this is SCCM. Guidance on developing a business continuity plan or business continuity management system is set out in ISO 22301 and ISO 22313.
ISO/TS 22317:2015 provides guidance for an organization to establish, implement, and maintain a formal and documented business impact analysis (BIA) process. This Technical Specification does not prescribe a uniform process for performing a BIA, but will assist an organization to design a BIA process that is appropriate to its needs. ISO/TS 22317:2015 is applicable to all organizations regardless of type, size, and nature, whether in the private, public, or not-for-profit sectors. The guidance can be adapted to the needs, objectives, resources, and constraints of the organization. It is intended for use by those responsible for the BIA process.
ISO/TS 22002-1:2009 specifies requirements for establishing, implementing and maintaining prerequisite programs (PRP) to assist in controlling food safety hazards. ISO/TS 22002-1:2009 is applicable to all organizations, regardless of size or complexity, which are involved in the manufacturing step of the food chain and wish to implement PRP in such a way as to address the requirements specified in ISO 22000:2005, Clause 7. ISO/TS 22002-1:2009 is neither designed nor intended for use in other parts of the food supply chain. Food manufacturing operations are diverse in nature and not all of the requirements specified in ISO/TS 22002-1:2009 apply to an individual establishment or process. Where exclusions are made or alternative measures implemented, these need to be justified and documented by a hazard analysis, as described in ISO 22000:2005, 7.4. Any exclusions or alternative measures adopted should not affect the ability of the organization to comply with these requirements. Examples of such exclusions include the additional aspects relevant to manufacturing operations listed under 1), 2), 3), 4), and 5) below. ISO/TS 22002-1:2009 specifies detailed requirements to be specifically considered in relation to ISO 22000:2005, 7.2.3: a) construction and layout of buildings and associated utilities; b) layout of premises, including workspace and employee facilities; c) supplies of air, water, energy, and other utilities; d) supporting services, including waste and sewage disposal; e) suitability of equipment and its accessibility for cleaning, maintenance, and preventive maintenance; f) management of purchased materials; g) measures for the prevention of cross-contamination; h) cleaning and sanitizing; i) pest control; j) personnel hygiene. In addition, ISO/TS 22002-1:2009 adds other aspects which are considered relevant to manufacturing operations: 1) rework; 2) product recall procedures; 3) warehousing; 4) product information and consumer awareness; 5) food defense, biovigilance, and bioterrorism.
This document gives guidelines for the planning and development of policies, strategies and procedures for the preparation and management of people affected by an incident. This includes: preparation through awareness, analysis of needs, and learning and development; coping with the immediate effects of the incident (respond); managing people during the period of disruption (recover); continuing to support the workforce after returning to business as usual (restore). The management of people relating to civil emergencies or other societal disruption is out of the scope of this document.
This document provides guidance for organizations in the application of ISO 9001:2015 to the acquisition, supply, development, operation and maintenance of computer software and related support services. It does not add to or otherwise change the requirements of ISO 9001:2015. Annex A provides a table pointing to additional guidance on the implementation of ISO 9001:2015, available in ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 7, ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 27 and ISO/TC 176 International Standards. The guidelines provided in this document are not intended to be used as assessment criteria in quality management system registration/certification. However, some organizations can consider it useful to implement the guidelines proposed in this document and can be interested in knowing whether the resultant quality management system is compliant or not with this document. In this case, an organization can use both this document and ISO 9001 as assessment criteria for quality management systems in the software domain.
ISO/TR 14062:2002 describes concepts and current practices relating to the integration of environmental aspects into product design and development. ISO/TR 14062:2002 is applicable to the development of sector-specific documents. It is not applicable as a specification for certification and registration purposes.
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