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AS/NZS 5377:2013 – A new standard for E-waste Recycling

The latest edition of ISO 13485, the internationally recognised quality management systems standard for medical device industry, with over 27,000 certificates globally, has been published on March 1, 2016.
ISO 13485:2016 identifies the requirements for a quality management system (QMS) in which an organisation needs to demonstrate its ability to provide medical devices and related services that consistently meet both customer and regulatory requirements.
To read more, please check out http://www.cbisco.com.au/iso-134852016-new-revision-of-qms-for-medical-devices/

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ISO 9001:2015 is published now
After three years of revision work, the ISO 9001:2015, the most popular management system standard with over 1.1 million certificates globally issued, has published now.  Similar to ISO 14001:2015 which was published mid-September, it has been also restructured based on High Level Structure (HLS) to be aligned with other management systems.
To read more, please check out http://www.cbisco.com.au/iso-90012015-is-published-now/

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ISO 14001:2015 is published now

ISO 14001, Environmental Management System, as one of the most popular management system standard with about 300000 certificates globally issued every year is published now. ISO 14001 was the first standard which restructured based on High Level Structure (HLS) aligned with other two standards ISO 9001, quality management system and ISO 45001, occupational health and safety management system which are expected to be published in 2015 and 2016, respectively. 
To read more, please check out http://www.cbisco.com.au/iso-140012015-is-published-now/

Correlation matrices between ISO/FDIS 9001:2015 and ISO 9001:2008
This blog gives correlation matrices from ISO 9001:2008 to the current Final Draft International Standard (FDIS) of ISO 9001 which was published on July 9, 2015 and vice versa.
For more details, please check out http://www.cbisco.com.au/correlation-matrices-between-iso-90012008-and-isofdis-90012015/

ISO 45001 Vs. AS 4801 Vs. OHSAS 18001
An extensive clause-by-clause comparison between the three OH&S standards.
To read more, please check out http://www.cbisco.com.au/iso-45001-vs-as-4801-vs-ohsas-18001/

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Safety In Design (SID)
The integration of hazard identification and risk assessment methods early in the design process to eliminate or minimise the risks of injury throughout the life of the product being designed. It encompasses all design including facilities, hardware, systems, equipment, products, tooling, materials, energy controls, layout, and configuration. 
To read more, please check out http://www.cbisco.com.au/safety-in-design/

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What is Earned Value Management?
Monitoring a project performance and providing timely and targeted feedback during project lifecycle play a critical role in project success. This type of feedback enables project manager and project teams to identify problems early and take corrective actions in order to keep project on time and on budget.  
To read more, please check out http://www.cbisco.com.au/what-is-earned-value-management/

Project Time Management
Projects are generally complicated and temporary efforts. Therefore, a comprehensive plan will have a vital role to guide the execution of project towards projects predefined strategic goals. The key benefit of Project Time Management is to provide a “roadmap” which represents how, when and by whom the project will deliver the products defined in the scope of work and the main objective of developing project schedule as a result of Project Time Management is to determine the duration required for accomplishing all activities required to produce project scope deliverables.
To read more, please check out http://www.cbisco.com.au/project-time-management/

Design of experiments (DOE), a great tool for lean six sigma projects
In general usage, design of experiments (DOE) or experimental design is the design of any information-gathering exercises where variation is present, whether under the full control of the experimenter or not. However, in statistics, these terms are usually used for controlled experiments. Design of experiments (DOE) is a series of tests in which purposeful changes are made to the input variables of a process so that we may observe and identify corresponding changes in the output response.
To read more, please check out http://www.cbisco.com.au/design-of-experiments-doe-a-great-tool-for-six-sigma-projects/

High Level Structure in new generation of management systems

With the addition of several new elements, or clauses, the impact of this new structure will be significant to many current users of the standard. High Level Structure (HLS) will help organisations to design the management system based on a common framework including a unified structure and common text and terms. 

To read more, please check out http://www.cbisco.com.au/high-level-structure-in-new-generation-of-management-systems/
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