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MS ISO 1900:2005 – Quality Management Systems – Requirements from Islamic Perspectives

Scope of standards? Quality Management Systems (QMS)-Requirements from Islamic Perspectives
What does certify to the standard means?
An organisation has established a systematic approach to instil quality to ensure that their products meet customer requirements from Shariah compliant. This does not mean that the product is conforming to product standards. It means that the products are being produced through processes which have consideration for quality, including halal aspects of delivering products and services.
Who should apply?

Any organisation of any size

Standards used?

National Standards

  • MS ISO 1900:2005 – Quality Management Systems –Requirements from Islamic Perspectives together with
  • MS ISO 9001:2008 – Quality Management Systems – Requirements
          (FIRST REVISION)(ISO 9001:2008, IDT)(PUBLISHED BY STANDARDS MALAYSIA IN 2009)
       or
  • MS ISO 9001:2008 – Sistem Pengurusan Kualiti – Keperluan
       (SEMAKAN PERTAMA)(ISO 9001:2008, IDT)(DITERBITKAN OLEH JABATAN STANDARD MALAYSIA PADA TAHUN 2010)
       or
  • MS ISO 14001:1996 – Environmental Management Systems – Requirements with Guidance for Use
Certification cycle? Certification process and cycle

MS ISO 9001
How to apply? Details are available at SIRIM QAS International website application through http://www.sirim-qas.com.my
Benefit of certification
  1. To inculcate Shariah requirements into their quality management practice with the emphasis on value-based management. Islam promote good universal values, which are readily acceptable to all people in the world
  2. To enhance the level of effectiveness and efficiency as it is requires the practice of universal good conduct at all levels of the organisation that could lead to the improvement in the level and quality of production of products.
  3. Ensure that the universal values of justice, honesty, truthfulness, sincerity, timeliness and discipline are integrated into your quality management practices.
  4. To enhance level of shariah compliance and confidence among Muslims and stakeholders; and emphasis on ethical standards in business processes.