Daily Archives: November 24, 2017

Standar Internasional ISO 9001:2015 Sistem Manajemen Mutu – Persyaratan

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ISO 9001 – Quality Management Systems – Requirements: ditujukan untuk digunakan di organisasi manapun yang merancang, membangun, memproduksi, memasang dan/atau melayani produk apapun atau memberikan bentuk jasa apapun. Standar ini memberikan daftar persyaratan yang harus dipenuhi oleh sebuah organisasi apabila mereka hendak memperoleh kepuasan pelanggan sebagai hasil dari barang dan jasa yang secara konsisten memenuhi permintaan pelanggan tersebut. Implementasi standar ini adalah satu-satunya yang bisa diberikan sertifikasi oleh pihak ketiga.

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5S ke arah persekitaran berkualitas

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OBJEKTIF:
. Memahami apa itu 5S
. Memahami bagaimana untuk melaksanakan 5S
. Memahami bagaimana untuk
. memelihara 5S

APA ITU 5S:
. Berasal dari 5 huruf perkataan Jepun – Seiri, Seiton, Seiso, Seiketsu and Shitsuke
. Merupakan asas kepada sebarang program peningkatan
. Amalan biasa yang diterjemah secara sistematik

Hubungan 5S DAN ISO
6.4 Lingkungan Kerja
Organisasi hendaklah menentukan dan mengurus lingkungan kerja yang perlu, ada dan dapat menjamin kualitas layanan yang diperlukan, selanjutnya bisa anda Download Here

A Quality Improvement Plan

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• Define Five S’s as a quality tool
• Show how the Five S’s can benefit a company
• Explanation of each of the 5S’s
• What makes the Five S’s work
• United Electric’s use of the 5S’s
• Class Exercise
• The Five S practice is a technique used to establish and maintain a quality environment in a company by improving its’ organization.
• Improves efficiency of workplace
• Improves overall appearance of company
• Improves self-organization

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Super 5S is For Everyone

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Productivity Improvement is for Everyone

There are two contrasting approaches to improving productivity in companies:

  1. the gradualist approach – Kaizen
  2. the great-leap approach – Innovation

Kaizen means improvement. Moreover, it means continuing improvement in one’s personal life, home life and working life. When applied to the workplace, Kaizen means continuing improvement that involves everyone – managers and workers alike.

Japanese companies generally favor the gradualist approach and Western companies the great-leap approach. Innovation is dramatic, a real attention-getter. Kaizen, on the other hand, is often undramatic and incremental.

In fact, every Japanese company concentrates on Kaizen or an employee involvement program, because it is within the control of every manager and supervisor. It is less expensive than capital investment (innovation). It enhances the quality of work life; it recognizes participative management; it improves quality of products

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ISO 14064: an emerging standard on Greenhouse Gas accounting and verification

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Identifying the need for an international standard on GHG accounting and

Verification

 

Governments, corporations and voluntary initiatives currently use a number of approaches to account for organization- and project-level greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and removals. In mid-2002, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) identified a need to standardize aspects of GHG accounting and verification to support the credibility, comparability and environmental integrity of existing and emerging regulatory (international, regional, national) and voluntary GHG schemes. Currently, the most widely used approach to preparing corporate GHG inventories is the Greenhouse Gas Protocol: a Corporate Accounting & Reporting Standard (GHG Protocol) developed under the auspices of the World Resources Institute (WRI) and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD).

 

Several voluntary GHG registries have built scheme rules based on the GHG Protocol (eg, California Climate Action Registry, US EPA Climate Leaders, WWF Climate Savers). Existing (eg, UK Emissions Trading Scheme) and emerging (eg, EC Emissions Trading system) allowance-based regulatory systems have developed or are developing scheme rules for entity-level GHG accounting often consistent with the GHG Protocol. Recently, the WRI/WBCSD released a draft of its GHG Protocol Project Module and initiated the module’s “road test” across a range of GHG projects. Internationally recognized best practice guidelines on GHG verification currently do not exist.

 

ISO’s goal in developing standards for GHG accounting and verification is to provide a set of unambiguous, verifiable requirements or specifications to support organizations and GHG project proponents in using a quantification, monitoring and verification approach that ensures “a ton of carbon is always a ton of carbon”. ISO standards may also enable GHG scheme administrators to design systems using standardized “building blocks”, supporting the compatibility of rules and comparability and credibility of GHG quantifications, read more and download this file Here

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