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Updates about ISO 9001:2008

Posted On: June 5th, 2007      
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Since the re-write of ISO 9001 in 2000, ISO officials have been monitoring its implementation around the globe. Many companies have praised the change from the element to process approach, citing improved ease of integration with their current business processes. While more than 80% of companies worldwide indicate that they are satisfied with the changes made to ISO 9001, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) continues to monitor suggestions for improving the standard.

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You Can Now Post Comment At Our Site

Posted On: May 13th, 2007      
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Please be informed that you may now post Comments directly on the announcements & news posted by TMQCSB without the need to become a member. When you see “You can comment in this Post” on the post, it means you may comment by clicking the link. TMQCSB may close the post for comment depending on the popularity of the post.

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Detail Explanation of Schedule Waste Code

Posted On: April 21st, 2007      
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Many companies were confused of which scheduled waste code should apply to the waste generated by them. We now provide you a detail explanation of what type of waste applies to which scheduled waste code in PDF format.

Detail Explanation of each Schedules Waste Code
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E-Consignment Notice from JAS

Posted On: April 11th, 2007      
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JAS (Jabatan Alam Sekitar) has been sending out notices to all companies on the needs of using e-Consignment Note. It seems like they are enforcing the use of e-Consignment Note. The following is what written in the notice that was sent to one of our client :

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Update from JAS (DOE)

Posted On: November 28th, 2006      
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One of our client who has attended DOE briefing recently informed us that DOE Malaysia may enforce the implementation of E-Consignment effective from 01, January 2007. They will only accept manual submission of Consignment Note in the event of any system breakdown at their site. You can register for an account at DOE Homepage.

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