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ISO

International Organization for Standardization.
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(12.) International Organization for Standardization. Graphical Symbols for Use on Equipment--Registered Symbols.
ISO 13485 is an International Organization for Standardization standard that focuses on requirements for companies involved in the development of medical devices.
The Jordan Company for Antibody Production (MONOJO) obtained the certificate of International Organization for Standardization, ISO Management 9001:2008 ISODiagnostics13485:2003.
The Army Oil Analysis Program (AOAP) Mannheim Laboratory Center (MLC) in Germany is the first AOAP laboratory worldwide to be recertified under new International Organization for Standardization (ISO) guidelines.
He is currently a member of the board of editors of Clinical Chemistry and is the AACC liaison to the International Organization for Standardization Technical Committee 212 for Clinical Laboratory Testing and In Vitro Diagnostic Test Systems.
THE INTERNATIONAL Organization for Standardization (ISO) (NOTE: It uses the American spelling for its name) is staging a meeting this October of a new technical committee charged with creating technical good practice standards for the aquaculture and wild fish sectors.
Radiologists, take note: The International Atomic Energy Agency and the International Organization for Standardization have devised a new logo to warn the public of imminent radiation.
Developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), the standards in the ISO 9000 family offer organizations in developing countries clear guidelines for improving their quality management systems.
At this time, many credible recyclers possess ISO (International Organization for Standardization) and OHSAS (Occupation Health and Safety Assessment Series) certifications to validate their practices.
Certification strategies like the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), the Canadian Standards Association (CSA), Swedish and Norwegian-based (PEFC), Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI), African-based Strategic Environmental Focus (SEF) and International Organization for Standardization (ISO 14001) have tended to adopt C & I from government bodies.
Gibbs made history as the first North American pool builder to become certified by the International Organization for Standardization, based in Switzerland.
The International Organization for Standardization, national standards organizations and nongovernmental organizations have developed a number of standards that can be used to audit food safety management systems.

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