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Vocabulary

ISO (International Organization for Standardization) – International Organization for Standardization. The developer and publisher of international standards.

Management System – A set of interrelated elements (processes, resources) designed for continually improvement of activities; enhance the competitiveness of the organization. Management system of organization can include different management systems, such as the quality management system, OSH management system, food safety management system.

Quality Management System (QMS) – management system to direct and manage the organization relating to quality of products and services.

Occupational health and safety management system (OHSAS) – part of the  management system of organization for implementing the policies in the field of labour protection, as well as to manage the risks and dangers that arise in the course of works, rendering of services.

Food Safety Management System (FSMS) – management system to direct and manage the organization relating to food safety. One of the varieties of FSMS is HACCP system – a management system of food safety based on hazard analysis and critical control points.

Energy Management System (EMS) – a set of interrelated or interacting elements of the organization, aimed at creating energy policy objectives in the field of energy efficiency, as well as processes and procedures to achieve these goals.

Certification audit of the management system – an audit conducted by an accredited certification body for the purpose of certification of management system of the applicant organization.

Accredited certification body – a legal entity of the Republic of Belarus or foreign legal entity accredited to perform work on conformity in a particular scope of accreditation.

Non-compliance – failure to comply with the requirements.

Distinguish non-compliance of quality management system (QMS):

significant non-compliance – partial or complete nonfulfillment of statutory and regulatory requirements, the requirements established by the consumer of products (works / services), as well as partial or complete nonfulfillment of one or more requirements of technical regulations on QMS or nonfulfillment of requirements, which could lead to the delivery of non-conforming product to the consumer or significantly reduce the fitness of the product for its intended purpose, or identification of several insignificant non-compliances relating to the requirements of technical regulations on QMS, or nonfulfillment of requirements, which may result in an inability of the QMS to achieve the planned results.

– insignificant non-compliance – a few cases of nonfulfillment of technical regulations on  QMS, or nonfulfillment of a requirement, which can not lead to the delivery of non-conforming product to the consumer (works / services), cannot significantly reduce the fitness of the product for its intended purpose, can not lead to an inability to achieve the planned results of the QMS.

Distinguish non-compliance of occupational health and safety management system (OHSAS):

significant non-compliance – partial or complete nonfulfillment of statutory and regulatory requirements, non-compliance identified as an unacceptable risk to the health and safety of personnel, as well as the complete nonfulfillment of at least one requirement of technical regulations on OHSAS or a few omissions in the performance of one requirement of technical regulations on OHSAS or nonfulfillment of requirements, which may result in an inability of the OHSAS to achieve the planned results.

– insignificant non-compliance – a few cases of nonfulfillment of technical regulations on  OHSAS, the non-compliance not identified as an unacceptable risk to the health and safety of personnel, the omission to fulfill the requirements in the OSH management system, which can not lead to the inability of the OSH management system to achieve the planned results.

Distinguish non-compliance of food safety management system (FSMS), including HACCP:

– significant non-compliance – non-compliance classified as a serious or imminent threat to public health in the food chain, partial or complete nonfulfillment of statutory and regulatory requirements, potentially affecting the safety of the product, or connected with the possibility of the occurrence of unacceptable risk of non-use or complete nonfulfillment of any requirements of technical regulations on FSMS, which can lead to an inability of FSMS to achieve the planned results.

insignificant non-compliance – a few cases of nonfulfillment of technical regulations on FSMS, the omission to fulfill the requirements of the NLA and technical regulations, which does not affect the safety of the product or does not connected with the possibility of the occurrence of an unacceptable risk to a public health in the food chain, and can not lead to an inability of FSMS to achieve the planned results.

Distinguish non-compliance of energy management system (EMS):

significant non-compliance – partial or complete nonfulfillment of statutory and regulatory requirements, as well as the complete nonfulfillment of at least one requirement of technical regulations on EMS or a few omissions in the performance of one requirement of technical regulations on EMS or nonfulfillment of requirements, which may result in an inability of EMS to achieve the planned results.

– insignificant non-compliance – a few cases of nonfulfillment of technical regulations on  EMS, the omission in compliance to technical regulations, which do not affect efficiency, and may not lead to an inability to achieve planned results EMS.

Corrective action – action taken to eliminate the cause of identified nonconformity or other undesirable situation.

Correction – action taken to eliminate the identified nonconformity.

Verification – confirmation through the provision of objective evidence that specified requirements have been fulfilled. Verification is carried out almost always, is carried out by checking (comparison) of characteristics of the product to the specified requirements, the result is the finding of compliance (or non-compliance) of the product.

 Validation – is a confirmation through the provision of objective evidence that the requirements, designed for a specific intended use or application have been fulfilled. Validation is carried out, if necessary, is done by analyzing the specified conditions of use and conformity assessment of product characteristics to these requirements, the result is the conclusion about the possible usage of the product for a specific environment.