1. Quality Management System ISO 9000
Quality management system addresses all processes i.e. the complexity of the laboratory system requires that many factors must be addressed to assure quality in the laboratory .

 

2. Hazard analysis and critical control points (HCCP)

Industrial plant operators shall put in place, implement and maintain a permanent procedure or procedures based on HCCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) principles.

 

 

 

 

3. Laboratory requirements (ISO 17025)
Benefits of ISO 17025, the ISO 17025 provides both laboratory and business benefits such as;
++ Improving the image of the laboratory.
++ The data quality and effectiveness is continually improved,
++ Provides a fundamental for other quality systems related to laboratories such as GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices and GLP (Good Laboratory Practices)
++ It’s the recognition of testing competence.
++ It’s an effective marketing tool to submitte tenders for testing and calibration.
++ It protects the laboratories data integrity in case of legal implications.
++ It enables the assessment of relative quality and capability of other accredited laboratories.

4. Food safety Management Systems (ISO 22000)
The purpose of ISO22000 is to provide a practical approach to ensure the
reduction and elimination of food safety risks as a means to protect consumers.
ISO22000
5. Environmental Management Systems (ISO 14000)
The ISO 14000 series addresses the following aspects of environmental
management:
++ Environmental Auditing and Related Investigations (EA&RI)
++ Environmental Labels and Declarations (EL)
++ Environmental Performance Evaluations (EPE)
++ Terms and Definition (T&D)
++ Compliance to an ISO14000 EMS:
++ Assures customers of your commitment to demonstrable environmental
management.