ISO9000 series, the quality assurance standard of ISO, International Organization for Standardization, is the systematic assurance of appropriate functioning of quality assurance at the designated factories or offices after authorized inspection by the third party, a nominated inspection and registration organization.

It is different from JIS mark indication approval system that guarantees material reliability of products themselves, while ISO9000 evaluates quality management system itself.

In 1970's Western countries aimed to strengthen company competitiveness by improving quality control system, and simultaneously pursued to establish reliability and safety of products.

Thereafter, movements occurred to unify different standards of various countries into one.

Thus, ISO9000 was established basing upon the Anglo-American standards in 1987.

Since acquisition of ISO9000 registration is regarded as prerequisite for most of business transactions in EC, Japanese companies have started to acquire this certification.

Acquisition of ISO9000 is recognized to have advantage over product liability suits or trouble prevention.


Policy of Quality

ISO14001 series is the standard related not for products themselves as ISO9000 is, but for the process to the environments.

It is the indication that evaluates and inspects effects toward environment, brought by company activities such as providing material, production, sales and recycle.

Japan's Agency of Industrial Science and Technology established the environmental JIS/JISQ 14000 in October 1996 as Japan's industrial standards conforming to international standards.

Although ISO Standard itself does not have the compelling power, it is often employed as the industrial standard or recognized as requirement for governmental supply.
Therefore, companies are practically obligated to acquire it.

Expansion of associated business in regard to environmental ISO Standard is emerging, because of the increasing interest toward environmental issues all over the world.

ISO14001 is the standard related to the environmental management system.

It is issued for the companies which are qualified for the standard of environmental system and inspection system such as environmental plan, operation, inspection and review in relation with company activities of production, services and management.

Environmental Policy

Since the abolition of MIL-Q-9858A, which was regarded as the Bible for quality control in the aerospace industries in U.S.A. and Europe, such industries searched for a newly unified standard for their own use.

In December 1998, major aerospace companies from around the world established International Aerospace Quality Group, IAQG, to unify the related international quality management systems.

In Japan, accordingly, Japan Aerospace Quality Group, JAQG, was founded in the Society of Japanese Aerospace Companies, SJAC, in order to aim for quality improvement and efficiency in business through international unification and penetration activities of quality assurance and procedures.

JAQG joined IAGR as a member to realize world wide standardization of quality management systems. Consequently, JIS Q 9100 Standard was enacted in 2000 as quality management system standard for aerospace industry in Japan.

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