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ISO
ISO (International Organization for Standardization) is theworld's
largest developer 
and publisher of 
In
ter 
n
atio
n
al Sta
n
dards
.
ISO is
a
n
etwork 
of the national standards institutes of 
159countries
, one member per country, with a CentralSecretariat in Geneva, Switzerland, that coordinates thesystem.
ISO is a
n
o
n- 
gover 
nm
e
n
tal orga
n
izatio
n
that forms abridge between the public and private sectors. On the onehand, many of its member institutes are part of thegovernmental structure of their countries, or are mandated bytheir government. On the other hand, other members havetheir roots uniquely in the private sector, having been set upby national partnerships of industry associations.
T
herefore, ISO enables a
consensus
to be reached onsolutions that meet both the requirements of business and
the broader needs of society
.
 
W
hat are ISO 9000 Standards?
y
ISO -Greek word ³isos´ means ³equal
y
Define the required elements of an effectivequality management system
Standards created in 1987
y
T
o eliminate country to country differences
y
T
o eliminate terminology confusion
y
T
o increase quality awareness
1994 Revised in 2000 ±wider applicability
ISO 9000
 
ISO
9000 essentials
T
he ISO 9000 family of standards represents
aninternational consensus on good qualitymanagement practices
. It consists of standardsand guidelines relating to quality managementsystems and related supporting standards.
ISO 9001:2008
lays downwhat
requirements your quality system must meet,but
does not dictatehow
they should be met in any particular organization.
T
his leaves great scope and flexibilityfor implementation in different business sectorsand business cultures, as well as in differentnational cultures

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