What Is ISO 900?

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ISO 9001 specifies the requirements for a quality management system, where an organization demonstrates its ability to provide products consistently, that meet customer and applicable regulatory requirements, and that aims to enhance customer satisfaction through the effective application of the system.
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ISO 900 refers to a standard published by ISO (International Organization for Standardization) referring to ISO900:1977. It governs the production of aluminium oxide by determining the titanium content in every sample through a photometric spectral analysis method. It's often confused with ISO 9000, the management body which is tasked with governing the quality process of a given company.
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With ISO 14001 an organization may elect to implement its ISO 1400 1 system as part of an existing management system such as ISO 900 1 and the standard includes a table of comparisons
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The VP of Quality does an annual review and update of the Quality Manual. There is a cross reference to TS16949 included in the manual.
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