- Just some of the other standards we have worked with in the past and can offer to clients!
- Development and implementation of information systems management systems (ISMS) to meet the requirements of ISO27001, either within an ISO9001 system or as a stand-alone system.
- Ongoing maintenance of ISMS; audits, reviews and risk assessments.
- Assessment of compliance with the 2018 requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and development of policies and processes.
- Preparation for Cyber Essentials certification, rapidly becoming necessary for those wishing to trade with Government departments
- RIS-2450-RST is a standard created by Railtrack for critical suppliers in the railway supply chain in the UK.
- EN9120 is a technical equivalent for AS9120 used for suppliers of parts and components in the Aerospace industry and is a companion to ISO9001.
- ASME Section VIII, “U” Stamp
Programme or Project Quality Assurance
You have a programme or project that requires a system to assure investors or stakeholders that it has performed to expectation. We have designed QA systems for training courses and other projects to provide that assurance. Maybe you have a training programme that needs to demonstrate it’s value to the wider sector, or a project that needs to show to the charity investing in it that it delivers as promised. We can help!
- Design of a QA system is similar to designing a QMS for organisations.
- We Identify key targets and goals.
- We complete an assessment of the programme and find the areas where we need control, monitoring and measuring.
- Building a system of procedures and policies, working closely with your staff
- Training of staff on the procedures and policies.
- The systems are audited and we run a review meeting for continual improvements
With so much data recorded digitally now, it is necessary (and quite right in our view) that tight regulation be brought into being to protect individuals and organisations against the loss and/or misappropriation of their information. New requirements came into force in Europe in 2018 that affect everyone who holds certain categories of data. GDPR is here!
The UK government has said it is committed to keeping an equivalent legislation in place even if we leave the EU with no deal!