According to the European Union, the damage caused by theft during transport exceeds € 8 billion a year. To counter the growing security threats, the Transport Assets Protection Association (TAPA) has initiated the development of TAPA TSR (Truck Safety Requirements) standards for greater transparency and security in the transportation and logistics sectors.
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The basic business processes of the enterprise that are the basis for building a risk management system are identified. The main components of the enterprise risk management model have been established in accordance with the planning, operation and control of the enterprise activity. Based on the proposed model, risk identification techniques and key indicators that influence the performance of risk analysis and management at the enterprise are identified.
Published December 24, 2019 in a scholarly professional journal “HERALD of KNUTE” №7/2019
The Ministry of Health of Ukraine has developed a draft order “On approval of the requirements for allegations about nutritional value of foodstuffs and for allegations about the health benefits of foodstuffs” and made it for public discussion.
It aims to align Ukrainian legislation with Commission Regulation (EU) regarding claims of nutritional value and health benefits. This will allow you to control the truth of the information given on the food (labelling), documents and advertising. The project concerns goods manufactured in Ukraine and abroad.
All requirements also apply to dietary supplements and baby nutrition if, in accordance with these provisions, namely Order №1114 of 19.12.2013 “On Approval of Hygienic Requirements for Dietary Supplements” and Order №696 of 06.08.2013 “On Approval of Hygiene Requirements for Baby Products nutrition, safety parameters and individual indicators of their quality”, nothing else is provided.
More information in the article of December 29, 2019 on the website of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine.
DQS Ukraine having played a significant role in the developing of certification scheme for Ukrainian public organizations and announced a positive assessment at the beginning of 2020 year in regional city Odessa (population is more then 900 000). Health Department of Odessa City Council has been awarded with the first international certificate. The certificates of the German certification body DQS and the International certification network IQNet were solemnly presented at a meeting of the mayor’s office in the City hall by Viktor Yahodzinsky, Director of DQS Ukraine.
The Director of the Department, Elena Yakimenko, noted that a lot of teamwork was carried out during last year to ensure compliance with the requirements of the international standard, to increase productivity in the workplaces and the quality of service for Odessa residents. She also assured that, as part of the implementation of the Agreement on Association of Ukraine with the EU, the Health Department is interested to participate in a twinning project for benchmarking European best practices in the healthcare.