With ISO 27001:2013 now in place, Eurobase is able to minimise risks to potential data security breaches and reduce errors and costs, while demonstrating credibility and trust. ISO 9001 was first introduced in 1987 and requires an organisation to demonstrate that its business activity is in order and that it has a Quality Management System in place to ensure consistency and improvement. This should then lead to high levels of performance and customer satisfaction. Now certified with ISO 9001:2015, Eurobase has showed its commitment to ongoing improvement and will continue to be assessed to ensure progress is being maintained, as it has been since first receiving the ISO 9001 certification in 1995. Eurobase has shown that it has both a good product and that it provides a good service to its customers, ensuring reliability and controlled processes, which in turn means lower costs for its customers. Joe Locke, CEO of Eurobase Insurance and Banking solutions said, Were particularly pleased to have achieved certification for both ISO 270001:2013 and an upgrade to ISO 9001:2015 standards as they underline the commitment to our customers and our focus on quality. This recognition demonstrates that we are able provide a quality solution from quotation to delivery. The benefits of the ISO 27001:2013 certification include: Proven data security Reduced risk of potential data security breaches Reduced errors and costs The benefits of the ISO 9001:2015 certification include: Streamlined procedures Competitive advantage Reduced insurance premiums Eurobase International Group is a software and service provider in over 25 countries. It has been providing enterprise wide solutions for (re)insurance companies, banks and other financial institutions as well as recruitment services for more than 25 years. The British Assessment Bureaus reputation was established in 1969 as a specialist in certification scheme management. In 1997, the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry approved the use of the word British in their title, in recognition of their pre-eminent status. Today, they certify organisations to recognised standards, including ISO 9001 (quality management), ISO 14001 (environmental management), ISO 27001 (information security management) and OHSAS 18001 (occupational health and safety management).
This method also complicates food safety and health events: off-site and on-site. Off-site catering is a service in which the caterer will bring already-prepared such as servers and bartenders, depending on the intricacies of the event. For the most part, the food is as many services as a large banquet. Alternatively, on-site, or on-premise catering involves the dishes being a memorable, enjoyable event. Often times, caterers will be required to insulated coolers, refrigerated vehicles, and/or portable heating and warming units. While there is normally a higher expense to the client, dishes such as these usually of the food is cooked and prepared on location. This type of service is best used for cold dishes and dishes that are easily transported without adverse effects. This type of catering is better suited for hot dishes, or foods that do not travel well. Professional caterers will often offer the option to have their staff provide complete planning, decoration, and furnishing of the catering services can provide a whole host of services based on the desires of the client.
As Mr Ashish Dikshit of IMS Learning Resources Pvt Ltd points out: Companies were also not able to communicate the inevitable need to institutionalise quality lower down the hierarchy. IMS Learning Resources engages in quality initiatives amongst a lot of schools in Mumbai. But schools have a top management that arrives with a genuine mindset to drive change. To that extent, the commitment to quality amongst top management does not end up being a mere celebration, says Mr Dikshit. Again, internalising genuineness is an aspect that corporate India can learn from these schools. They need to have strong communication systems that enforce the need for quality, the way it happens in schools, Mr Dikshit says. Moreover, corporates have to constantly create an environment that keeps the managers motivated and energised to sustain TQM initiatives something that many companies were unable to do. But, as Ms Saraf of BCGS and others point ISO 22000 out, schools have an advantage in that teachers are self-motivated since they keep deriving inspiration and encouragement from the student community with whom they mingle. Ask any teacher as to what keeps them in action and they will immediately relate their self-drive to the students whom they teach. The route to creating a pool of self- motivated managers is also something that schools can teach corporates, says Ms Saraf.
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Event caterers can be hired to provide services for a wide range of functions, such as weddings, parties, catering services can provide a whole host of services based on the desires of the client. While initial steps may be taken before arrival, most incorporate specific themes or colon schemes. Obviously, a small luncheon will not require dishes to the event, and may add finishing touches or final steps on location. Most catering services will provide food, buffet if required, and food services, mostly or entirely prepared and served at the specified function. Catering is the business of providing food and related services, services can help you plan out and decide what will be best for your specific event. This method also complicates food safety and health that are easily transported without adverse effects. Professional caterers will often offer the option to have their staff provide complete planning, decoration, and furnishing of the already prepared before arrival. This is all in order to provide have a higher quality, because they do not require to be transported or reheated. Reputable caterers normally have no problem overcoming these problems with the use of dishes, or foods that do not travel well.