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DQS is one of the leading certification bodies for management systems worldwide. With 85 offices in 60 countries, 2500 auditors and experts worldwide, DQS is your trusted partner for sustainable success. DQS Holding, based in Frankfurt, provides strategic leadership for all DQS offices worldwide. DQS Ukraine, together with the holding company, strives for one common goal: to improve our customers’ management systems and organizational health by offering value-adding assessment services.

 

 

News

01
Jun
2021

Milestone for compliance management: ISO 37301 published

In April this year, ISO 37301 published as brand-new standard. The standard specifies requirements for compliance management systems (CMS) and replaces ISO 19600. While the standard is similar to its predecessor, it still differs in key respects. Unlike ISO 19600, …

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31
May
2021

New ISO 22000 Manual – Implementation Guide

The new ISO 22000 manual provides practical and detailed information to help organizations develop, document, implement and maintain a robust FSMS. The goal of establishing a food safety management system is to significantly improve food safety and quality. However, the implementation …

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30
May
2021

Food safety culture: new legal requirements adopted

Last October, we informed you about the plans of the European Commission to introduce new legal requirements with respect to food safety culture. In March 2021, these new requirements were adopted in EU Regulation 2021/382, amending the Annexes to Regulation …

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29
May
2021

New requirements to change the CSR Directive in the EU from 2023

If the EU Commission gets its way, many companies in the EU will have to adapt to stricter requirements for their sustainability reporting. The Commission has launched a proposal to amend the CSR Directive (Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive), extending the scope and enforcing stricter rules. One of the main changes would be that the so-called external assurance, an audit by an independent third party, becomes mandatory.


28
May
2021

Quality management: No revision of ISO 9001:2015

Following a recommendation from the Strategic Planning and Operations Task Group (SPOTG), which had conducted the regular systematic review of ISO 9001:2015, ISO/TC 176/SC 2 voted to reaffirm ISO 9001:2015 without changes. The results of the vote were published on …

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