quality control

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maintenance of standards of quality of manufactured goods

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KARACHI -- Vice President of Emirates Pakistan Khalid Saeed Al Bardan receives the Best Airline of the Year Award, flanked by Emirates Staff in Pakistan, In addition to this World's Best Airline title, Emirates collected the Quality Standard Awards for Best Finance Department in Pakistan receive by Mr.
KARACHI -- Sindh Governor Dr Ishratul Ebad Khan has said that Quality Standard Award is important for business community and consumers, as manufacturers and businessmen need recognition for their good products and services.
NICE quality standards are not mandatory but they can be used for a wide range of purposes both locally and nationally.
He assured his full support to "Quality Standard Award" and congratulates all the awardees of 3rd Quality Standard Award, and suggests them to maintain quality standards in future also.
A NEW quality standard for glaucoma will start to be formulated at a summit meeting next month.
EU Ambassador to Lebanon Patrick Laurent said the EU has funded two programs for improving quality standards in Lebanon since 2003.
The same make and model also received the highest quality standards in J.
While ISO 9001 Certification represents the pinnacle of quality standards, the lengthy review process and costs associated with maintaining this certification year after year may not be right for every owner.
Revising the air quality standards: a briefing paper on the proposed National Ambient Air Quality Standards for particulate matter and ozone.
The strategic long-range planning team then sets five-year strategic goals with multi-year performance measures and annual targets for Quality Standards (see http://www.
Information was compiled from a periodic NIST survey focusing on so-called "9000 series" quality standards and on "ISO 14000," the family of Environmental Management System standards issued by the International Organization for Standardization (known as ISO).
As of June 30, incomplete initiatives included redesigning the survey process to better identify violations of federal quality standards and redesigning the management information system to track violations of quality standards and to monitor enforcement and correction.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) on ozone and particulate matter back to the Agency for consideration.
Two years ago, if you thought you had good quality management - and you weren't interested in exporting to Europe - you might have questioned the value of spending time and money to meet "foreign" quality standards.
ISO 9000 was developed by the International Organization of Standards (ISO), a European Community body that sought to establish worldwide quality standards.
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