QHSE (Quality, Health, Safety, and Environment) is a critical business area, especially for a chemical manufacturing company. At ReAgent, we pride ourselves on the quality of our products and processes, focus thoroughly on all aspects of health and safety, and do as much as we can to be an .
QHSE Business Plan Objectives
There are three core objectives for QHSE in ReAgent’s exciting new business plan: to be 13485 and ISO 45001 accredited, and to continue to meet the government’s Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) requirements.
ISO 13485 is an International Standards Organisation (ISO) accreditation for quality management systems in the design and manufacture of medical devices throughout production. It is closely linked to ISO 9001, a .
Holding ISO 13485 will benefit ReAgent’s medical device customers by demonstrating increased quality, efficiency and better reliability.
The ISO 45001 accreditation will benefit ReAgent’s employees. As a chemical manufacturing company, we want to make sure we are focused on the health and safety of our team. ISO 45001 covers . This accreditation requires us to “put a framework in place to improve employee safety, reduce workplace risks and create better, safer working conditions.”
Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP)
is a set of government required standards in production, manufacture and sales in the medical industry. GMP standards contain the minimum requirements necessary to ensure constantly high quality across all batches of products, that each product is being manufactured for its intended use, and that product specification is met.
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