Certification is proof of compliance with the norms set by the organization. Certification is a written guarantee, issued by an entity or an independent foreign organization, which certifies a particular product, service or system according to the norm requirements. ISO means the International Organization for Standardization (or Entity). This organization processes and publishes international norms for economic or production sectors. ISO 9000 is a set of international norms and standards that refer to quality management systems, such as public and private [...]
– Law No. 9863, date 28.01.2008 for food – Article 26. Self-control system requirements (HACCP plan) – Decision (VKM) No. 72, date 07.02.2018 on setting the criteria of the sectors that will be supported and the measure of funding from the Agriculture and Rural Development Program Fund for 2018. – Clause 2.1 on increasing the competitiveness of agricultural products: d) Certification and protection of products / agricultural products.
The best way to avoid accidents in daily operations is to be certified to “ISO” standards. An indication of this is what happens with elevator management, for which ISO certification is obligatory. Despite strike laws and community standards, there are 6-8 fatal accidents per year. The relevant legislation contains the terms that Albania is fully committed to respecting the safety of elevators. The role of certification body is particularly important and takes “institutional” capacity to market levels, as certification by [...]
In September 2015, ISO – International Organization for Standardization has released new versions of ISO 9001 and 14001. ISO 9001: 2008 Quality Management System changes to the new version ISO 9001: 2015 and ISO 14001: 2004 Environmental Management System changes to the new version ISO 14001: 2015. The new version focuses more on identifying organization risks caused by internal and external factors and defining its context.