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ISO

International Organization for Standardization.
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ISO also has standards for recyclable materials themselves.
Carefully monitor the stock price and the trading windows, after exercising the ISOs: When the post-exercise stock price has declined (or when it appears that a decline is likely), the ISO stock should be sold in the same year in which the ISOs were exercised.
The ISO 9001 family of quality management system standards was first developed in 1987 and revised in 1994 and 2000.
ISO has filed a mandatory exclusion to general liability policies as a result.
* request international assistance through the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) for mutually beneficial exchanges/ attachments of records management personnel from countries with developmental backgrounds similar to Jamaica
* For up to six months after the November 15, 2004 publication date of the new version, it is up to the certification bodies and their clients to agree on whether audits are conducted according to ISO 14001:1996 or to ISO 14001:2004.
A large percentage (66.7%) of the companies interviewed stated that prior to implementing an ISO 14001 EMS, they already had a certified quality management system in place (either the 1994 or 2000 ISO 9000 series).
The new ISO prototype also offers users protection from chemical and biological agents, something the current DEPMEDS ISO can't offer without extra labor and supplies.
In order to maintain its ISO certification at 31 W.
"Previously, 'ISO 9000-certified' organizations were actually certified to one of the three standards in the 1994 version of the ISO 9000 series: ISO 9001, ISO 9002 and ISO 9003," Varcin said.
Ms Jan Begg, Chair of the ISO and IEC technical subcommittee1 that revised the standards, said improvements to the newly revised parts 2 and 3 include greater clarity of guidance for each clause, and advanced guidance around writing appropriate and accurate scoping statements.
ISO 9001 standard has published five editions until today.