TS ISO 45001 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
This standard is a valid standard at all international platforms that has been prepared by ISO in a high-level structure, regardless of any geographical, political, economic, commercial and social boundaries with an aim to increase compliance with legal and regulatory requirements, to ensure a sustainable, safe and healthy working environment for all employees, to prevent occupational diseases, to minimize occupational accidents, to identify risks by defining hazards, to provide continuous improvement with proactive measures and to strengthen organizational structure.
Hygiene, starting from the individual dimension, comes out as an important factor affecting the health of the community by spreading to every area of life. Hygiene and sanitation practices in public life areas are important for public health, and constitute the first building block in preventive healthcare. Hygiene and sanitation practices are representative of countries’ development levels on an international platform.
This standard ensures that hygiene and sanitation applications are handled within the framework of a high-level management system.
TS EN ISO 18295-1 / TS EN ISO 18295-2 CUSTOMER CONTACT CENTRES SYSTEM
TS EN ISO 18295-1 and TS EN ISO 18295-2 Customer Contact Centers standards are management system standards designed to meet customer expectations, provide accurate, fast, reliable, customer-focused service to customers, improve customer communication quality.
These standards provide a framework for managing customer contacts while defining the technical requirements that customer contact centers must possess within the framework of the management system rationale.
TS ISO 39001 ROAD TRAFFIC SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
TS ISO 39001 Road Traffic Safety Management System Standard specifies requirements for a road traffic safety system aimed at reducing fatalities and serious injuries related to road collisions that can be influenced by government and private organizations interacting with road traffic system, and managing and thereby reducing or completely removing risks. This standard focuses on managing societal safety risks in relation to accidents that can cause emotional as well as physical injury. It therefore enables organizations to establish, implement, improve, determine policies and strategies for a road traffic safety management system as well as fulfil commitments, create awareness by increasing sensitivity in public, enhance culture of traffic, support audit process, improve system performance, conform to international requirements, and targets government and private organizations related to road traffic system.