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ASD-STAN PREN 9110 - QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS - REQUIREMENTS FOR AVIATION MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS Organization: ASD-STAN
Date: 2016-10-01
Description: It is not the intent of this International Standard to imply the need for: — uniformity in the structure of different quality management systems; — alignment of documentation to the clause structure of this International Standard; — the use of the specific terminology of this International Standard within the organization.
ASD-STAN PREN 9120 - QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS - REQUIREMENTS FOR AVIATION, SPACE AND DEFENCE DISTRIBUTORS Organization: ASD-STAN
Date: 2016-10-01
Description: It is not the intent of this International Standard to imply the need for: — uniformity in the structure of different quality management systems; — alignment of documentation to the clause structure of this International Standard; — the use of the specific terminology of this International Standard within the organization.
API SPEC Q1 - SPECIFICATION FOR QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS FOR MANUFACTURING ORGANIZATIONS FOR THE PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS INDUSTRY - NINTH EDITION; EFFECTIVE JUNE 1, 2014; ERTA: FEBRUARY 2014; ERTA 2: MARCH 2014; ADD 1: JUNE 2016 Organization: API
Date: 2013-06-01
Description: The quality management system requirements specified in this specification are in alignment with the section requirements and format of document used for the provision of services and use of servicerelated product (API Q2).
NR/L2/ADG/002/04 ISSUE 1 - ASSET DATA GOVERNANCE FRAMEWORK MANUAL: DATA FLOW MANAGEMENT - COMPLIANCE DATE: 4 MARCH 2017 Organization: NR
Date: 2016-12-03
Description: The Data Flow Management process described in this module supports Network Rail in realising principles in NR/L1/ADG/001 which set out how Network Rail: a) applies and maintains metadata for unstructured asset-related data and information in alignment with the national requirements; b) maintains data so that it is accessible to users; c) maintains and disposes (archiving) of data traceable to and from the information and reporting requirements The process described in this module is a mitigating activity to address asset-data related hazards: a) recurring data errors issues occur; b) failure to provide an effective data improvement plan c) erroneous data accumulates and persists; and d) structural inability to implement schema across the enterprise systems. This module forms part of the quality management system for asset-related data, which interfaces with these processes and related management systems (nonexclusive): a) Asset Management System; b) Training and development (HR); c) Solution architecture governance; and d) management systems impacted by the proposed change (e.g.
NR/L2/ADG/002/02 ISSUE 1 - ASSET DATA GOVERNANCE FRAMEWORK MANUAL: DATA ARCHITECTURE MANAGEMENT - COMPLIANCE DATE: 4 MARCH 2017 Organization: NR
Date: 2016-12-03
Description: The process in this module mitigates these asset-data related hazards: a) structural inability to process data or refine data; b) recurring data errors issues occur; c) failure to provide an effective data improvement plan; and d) structural inability to implement schema across the enterprise system. This module forms part of the quality management system for asset-related data, which interfaces with these processes and related management systems (nonexclusive): a) Strategy and Planning; b) Project Delivery; and c) Solution architecture governance
CRC - ACHIEVING STEEEP HEALTH C - ACHIEVING STEEEP HEALTH CARE: BAYLOR HEALTH CARE SYSTEM'S QUALITY IMPROVEMENT JOURNEY Organization: CRC
Date: 2013-09-26
Description: 12–21 When I joined BHCS in 1999, I recognized that it was a complex organization and would require strong infrastructure, robust measurement tactics, leadership alignment, and other elements to enhance the delivery of high-quality health care. Around the time of my arrival at BHCS, the organization renewed its focus on organizational development.
DSF/ISO/IEC DIS 90006 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - GUIDELINES FOR THE APPLICATION OF ISO 9001:2000 TO IT SERVICE MANAGEMENT. Organization: DS
Description: Additionally, it provides guidelines for the alignment and integration of the quality management and service management systems in organizations where IT services are being delivered to internal or external customers.
IECQ OD 3801 - IEC QUALITY ASSESSMENT SYSTEM FOR ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS (IECQ SYSTEM) - PROCEDURES FOR THE ISSUING OF IECQ LED COMPONENT PRODUCT CERTIFICATES OF CONFORMITY FOR COMPONENT PRODUCT(S) ASSOCIATED WITH LED LIGHTING - EDITION 1.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2015-07-01
Description: The preparation of this document has been done so with the aim of alignment with various ISO/IEC International Standards and Guides.
DS/EN 50411-3-2 - FIBRE ORGANISERS AND CLOSURES TO BE USED IN OPTICAL FIBRE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS - PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS - PART 3-2: SINGLEMODE MECHANICAL FIBRE SPLICE Organization: DS
Date: 2011-05-27
Description: Although in this document the product is qualified for EN 60793-2-50 types B1.1 and B1.3 singlemode fibres it may also be suitable for other fibre types. 1.2 Interoperability The installed mechanical splice fits into a fibre management system with optical fibre splice cassettes or splice trays.
CENELEC - EN 50411-3-2 - FIBRE ORGANISERS AND CLOSURES TO BE USED IN OPTICAL FIBRE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS - PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS - PART 3-2: SINGLEMODE MECHANICAL FIBRE SPLICE Organization: CENELEC
Date: 2011-03-01
Description: Interoperability The installed mechanical splice fits into a fibre management system with optical fibre splice cassettes or splice trays.
CEI EN 50411-3-2 - FIBRE ORGANISERS AND CLOSURES TO BE USED IN OPTICAL FIBRE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS - PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS PART 3-2: SINGLEMODE MECHANICAL FIBRE SPLICE Organization: CEI
Date: 2012-02-01
Description: Interoperability The installed mechanical splice fits into a fibre management system with optical fibre splice cassettes or splice trays.
DIN EN 50411-3-6 - FIBRE ORGANISERS AND CLOSURES TO BE USED IN OPTICAL FIBRE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS - PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS - PART 3-6: MULTIMODE MECHANICAL FIBRE SPLICE; GERMAN VERSION PREN 50411-3-6:2010 Organization: DIN
Date: 2011-02-01
Description:   Interoperability The installed mechanical splice fits into a fibre management system with optical fibre splice cassettes or splice trays.
DS/EN 50411-3-6 - FIBRE ORGANISERS AND CLOSURES TO BE USED IN OPTICAL FIBRE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS - PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS - PART 3-6: MULTIMODE MECHANICAL FIBRE SPLICE FOR USE IN AN OUTDOOR PROTECTED ENVIRONMENT (CAT U) Organization: DS
Date: 2013-03-19
Description: 1.1 Product definitionThis European Standard contains the initial, start of life dimensional, optical, mechanical and environmental performance requirements which a multimode mechanical splice will meet in order for it to be categorised as an EN standard product.Since different variants and grades of performance are permitted, product marking and identification details are given in 3.5.Although in this document the product is qualified for EN 60793-2-10 type A1a.1, A1a.2, A1a.3 and A1b multimode fibres, it may also be suitable for other fibre types. 1.2 InteroperabilityThe installed mechanical splice fits into a fibre management system with optical fibre splice cassettes or splice trays.
CEI EN 50411-3-6 - FIBRE ORGANISERS AND CLOSURES TO BE USED IN OPTICAL FIBRE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS - PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS PART 3-6: MULTIMODE MECHANICAL FIBRE SPLICE FOR USE IN AN OUTDOOR PROTECTED ENVIRONMENT (CAT U) Organization: CEI
Date: 2014-02-01
Description: Interoperability The installed mechanical splice fits into a fibre management system with optical fibre splice cassettes or splice trays.
CENELEC - EN 50411-3-6 - FIBRE ORGANISERS AND CLOSURES TO BE USED IN OPTICAL FIBRE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS - PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS - PART 3-6: MULTIMODE MECHANICAL FIBRE SPLICE FOR USE IN AN OUTDOOR PROTECTED ENVIRONMENT (CAT U) Organization: CENELEC
Date: 2013-03-01
Description: Interoperability The installed mechanical splice fits into a fibre management system with optical fibre splice cassettes or splice trays.
MSFC - NASA MPR 8060.2 REV J - NON-FLIGHT AND NON-FACILITY DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT Organization: MSFC
Date: 2008-12-09
Description: Its implementation shall satisfy the requirements of MPD 1280.1, "Marshall Quality Management System Manual." APPLICABILITY This MPR applies to the personnel, programs, projects, and activities at MSFC and MSFC's Michoud Assembly Facility (MAF), including contractors and resident agencies to the extent specified in their respective contracts or agreements.
LUL - TE-HBS-0003 - MAINTAINING PLAIN LINE CONCRETED TRACK - ISSUE A1; CATEGORY 3 Organization: LUL
Date: 1995-06-01
Description: Because plain line concreted track is exposed to a variety of conditions which can impair its quality, for example sleeper and pitblock shrinkage, poor top, bad alignment, and increase the risk of loss, for example broken rail, derailment, the handbook focuses strongly on maintenance of the track support system including rails, rail joints, rail supports, fastenings, sleepers, pitblocks and drainage.

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