APPROVAL

CMMI Partner

CMMI was developed by a group of experts from industry, government, and the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) at Carnegie Mellon University (USA).


Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) is a process improvement training and appraisal program and service administered and marketed by Carnegie Mellon University and required by many DOD and U.S. Government contracts, especially in software development.


Carnegie Mellon University claims CMMI can be used to guide process improvement across a project, division, or an entire organization. Under the CMMI methodology, processes are rated according to their maturity levels, which are defined as: Initial, Repeatable, Defined, Quantitatively Managed, and Optimizing. Currently supported is CMMI Version 1.3. CMMI is registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office by Carnegie Mellon University

Business Partner

Beijing New Century Inspection & Certification Co., Ltd. (abbr. BCC), established in 1994, approved by Certification and Accreditation Administration of People's Republic of China (abbr. CNCA), accredited by China National Accreditation Service for Conformity Assessment (abbr. CNAS), is a third-party certification body with independent impartiality.


BCC has also been approved by ANAB on January 5th 2012, which makes BCC the first Chinese certification body been approved of QMS, EMS and the OHSMS (BS OHSAS18001–2007) qualification all at one time.


In 2003, BCC and Ascertiva Group (trading as "NQA") co-founded Shanghai NQA Certification Co., Ltd (abbr. SNQA), which shares NQA certification resources to issue management system certificate accredited by UKAS. Because of this, BCC can issue management system certificate of accreditation by CNAS, ANAB and UKAS.


And BCC is approved to provide certification/audits activities as following:

1.Management System Certification
◇ISO 9001 Quality Management System
◇ISO 14001 Environment Management System
◇OHSMS 18001 Occupational Health and Safety Management System
◇ISO 13485 Medical Device Quality Management System
◇ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System
◇ISO 27001 Information Security Management System
◇ISO 20000 Information technology
◇ISO/TS 16949 Automotive Industry

Through 20 year’s development, BCC has accumulated a lot of lead auditors and technical experts with rich practical and theoretical experience in each sector, and won the sincere trust of our customers. Till now, BCC has issued over 24,000 certificates. BCC has set up lots of offices in major cities throughout the country, and engaged in expanding our global market, developing continually and dedicate to over customer’s expectation.

Training Partner

Esenek develops and conducts professional training programs on the management systems, for all levels on Quality, Environmental, Safety, Food Safety, and Laboratory Management Systems, which all IRCA Accredited. The IRCA (International Register of Certificated Auditors) is the world's original and largest international certification body for auditors of management systems.

Below training scheme are approved from IRCA
• QMS Auditor/Lead Auditor (A17498)
• EMS Auditor Conversion (A17596)
• QMS Internal Auditor based on ISO 17025 (A17605)
• Internal QMS Auditor (A17554)
• QMS Foundation (A17499)
• OH&S MS Foundation (A17500)
• FSMS Auditor/Lead Auditor (A17597)
• OH&S MS Auditor/Lead Auditor (A17555)
• FSMS Auditor/Lead Auditor based on Halal22 (A17603)

The International Register of Certificated Auditors (IRCA) is the world's original and largest international certification body for auditors of management systems.
IRCA provides two main services:

  • Certification of auditors of management systems

  • Approval of training organizations and certification of their auditor training courses

IRCA was formed in 1984 as part of the UK government's enterprise initiative, designed to make industry and business more competitive through the implementation of quality principles and practices.


This structure included IRCA, an accreditation body (now UKAS), a national standards making body (BSI Standards) and a number of commercial certification bodies. The original quality management standard used was the British standard BS 5750, which has since evolved to become ISO 9001.


IRCA has earned a reputation for integrity, contributing value and best practice. The evaluation and certification methods developed and used by IRCA have been adopted as the industry standard model used by other auditor certification bodies, which indicates that IRCA remain the auditor certification that supplier organisations, certification bodies and auditors value most.


Over 1 million auditors have attended an IRCA certified course since 1984 and more than 150 countries are represented on the IRCA register.

Member

The International Halal Integrity Alliance ("IHI Alliance") is an international non-profit organization created to uphold the integrity of the halal market concept in global trade through recognition, collaboration and membership. The global Halal industry is devoid of a significant non-government organisation (NGO) presence or position that can provide accreditation to certification bodies.

The main reason for this is due to the absence of a constructive platform for the industries to communicate and network. The absence of a credible reference centre for information has resulted in industries and consumers being bombarded with various interpretations of the meaning and application of Halal which often contradict each other.

Initial feedback has indicated that there is a significant need for a neutral platform established based on studies carried out worldwide. It was against this backdrop that the IHI Alliance was formed.

The International Halal Integrity Alliance ("IHI Alliance") is an international not-for-profit organization created to uphold the integrity of the halal market concept in global trade through recognition, collaboration and membership.

IHI Alliance was incorporated as a company limited by guarantee in the international off-shore financial centre of Labuan on 30 April 2007. The formation of IHI Alliance was the outcome of a resolution that was passed at the inaugural World Halal Forum in May 2006 by international delegates representing all areas of the Halal industry value chain and around 30 countries, which was to form its own industry organisation.


The World Halal Forum 2006 marked the first time in history that issues affecting the halal industry were brought to light in a professional and open arena.

Business Partner

Halal Research Council is an organization working globally on Halal certifications in order to cater the needs of food and nutrition agencies and side by side non-food agencies especially in the FMCG sectors.

Halal Research Council certifies the products under the reverent coordination of recognized Shariah Supervisory Board, Highly qualified Food Technologists, Chemical Engineers and R&D professionals in respect of eligibility for Certification through research based methodology scrutinizing the sources of ingredients, examining the entire supply chain, chemical examination and analyzing Shariah prospects of ingredients used in the products.


As the awareness of Food and Nutrition is rising in the masses so ultimately there is a developing need of such certifications. Halal Research Council is honored to serve Halal foods and non-food market all over the world. The ingredients used in preparation of the products are usually mentioned clearly on the wrappers/packaging but often their sources are not mentioned with them. As it is legally required and being the first right of the customers, they should be well aware of the items and materials used in the process.