Certification in accordance with Customs Union Technical Regulations

The quality management system

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 The quality management system (QMS) at the enterprise is the structure and order of the quality control activities of the enterprise through the formation of policies, rules for carrying out activities, setting goals, including certain resources, technologies and techniques. Thanks to the implementation of the QMS, the enterprise ensures uninterrupted work that excludes the appearance of a marriage and maintains a constant conformity of products (services) with the requirements of consumers. Within the framework of this system, detailed instructions are drawn up, the observance of which prevents errors.

Certification body JSC “New Register” will help to confirm the conformity of the quality system, thereby improving the image of the enterprise and the level of confidence in the consumer. The policy of our company sets the following goals and objectives:

  • high-quality provision of services;
  • increasing the satisfaction of applicants;
  • work within the framework of legislation and the field of accreditation.

We strive to remain a competent and independent organization, to guarantee the confidentiality and transparency of the work, as well as the absence of extraneous influence on the certification processes. The financial and commercial independence and stability of our company allows us to exclude the possibility of providing outside influence.

Structure of QMS

The system contains the following main elements:

  • Organization – personnel and organizational structure with the distribution of responsibilities, the formulation of job descriptions, authorities, rules of interaction. This includes all employees responsible for the absence of marriage in the manufactured product.
  • Processes are interrelated elements of activity, flowing from each other and aimed at increasing value. You can also find the concept of “procedure”, which is understood as a set of processes, and a document that regulates their implementation.
  • Documents – the combined significant data stored on an information carrier (paper, digital). This includes job descriptions, orders, regulations, guidelines, plans, projects, documentation relating to control.
  • Resources – all elements aimed at implementing the QMS and its functioning (time, personnel, equipment).

All elements in the complex allow to formulate the enterprise policy, to achieve the set goals, quality requirements and satisfy the requirements of the consumer.

ISO standards

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The structure of the quality management system, the principles of its operation, the requirements for the creation, implementation and subsequent monitoring of QMS are described in detail in the standards issued by the international organization for standardization – ISO. It ensures the integration of markets, technical facilities, products and services with each other. At the same time, the producers themselves are initiating the development of new standards, providing the organization’s representatives with basic requirements. After reviewing and deciding on their appropriateness, the draft standard is developed, its evaluation and subsequent voting for adoption.

In the area of QMS, the ISO 9000 series standards are used:

  • ISO 9000 standard – helps to understand the terminology and principles of quality management.
  • Standard ISO 9001 – helps organizations develop, implement, certify and optimize QMS based on the process approach.
  • Standard ISO 9004 – helps to create a quality management system, focused on the high efficiency of the enterprise.
  • ISO Standard 19001 – helps in organizing and conducting internal and external QMS audits.

Implementation of a quality management system at an enterprise or in a company

Implementation of the QMS includes the following sequence of actions:

  • making a decision on the need to create and build a QMS;
  • training of responsible personnel;
  • preparation of the implementation algorithm;
  • representation and optimization of business processes;
  • Creation of QMS documentation;
  • internal audit;
  • passing certification;
  • support for effective functioning.

All stages should be carried out taking into account the interests of the enterprise and the orientation towards consumers.

What advantages does the enterprise receive from implementing QMS?

A constantly developing and efficiently operating quality management system gives the enterprise the opportunity to:

  • constantly provide products and services that meet the requirements of consumers, as well as applicable legal and regulatory requirements;
  • to develop opportunities to improve customer satisfaction;
  • reduce production costs;
  • optimally spend working time and production resources;
  • increase competitiveness;
  • to consider the risks and opportunities associated with the objectives of the enterprise;
  • simplify the process of obtaining permission to issue their products (services);
  • to increase the image and trust level of consumers;
  • Demonstrate compliance with the requirements.

The current quality management system is a prerequisite for the participation of the enterprise in competitions and tenders, obtaining licenses, as well as receiving state orders. In addition, certification of railway products in some cases requires a certificate of QMS.

Why is it profitable to issue a certificate from us?

  • The experience of our qualified specialists allows us to carry out the QMS certification procedure in a short time.
  • We work on the basis of the competence, independence and impartiality of our body.
  • You do not have to constantly monitor the certification process – we will do everything ourselves.
  • The level of prices for our services is available not only to large and developed enterprises, but also to organizations that are just beginning their development.