Consulting

Our goal is to help Uzbek manufacturers to implement international quality standards. The introduction of the GlobalGAP standard is primarily beneficial for the farmers themselves and opens the doors to the international markets for fresh produce.

GlobalGAP

GlobalGAP is a modern world standard for agricultural products safety.

GRC provides consulting services for agricultural firms for their compliance with the requirements of the GlobalGAP standard, including food safety, sanitary and hygienic criteria, water use, storage and logistics of finished products. During the consultation process, recommendations are made and an action plan is developed to ensure compliance of agricultural firms with the requirements of the standard.

The ISO series of standards covers various aspects of quality management and includes some of the most well-known ISO standards. Standards contain recommendations and tools for companies and organizations that want their products and services to constantly meet customer requirements, while quality is constantly improving.

Implementation of the GlobalGAP standard
Implementation of the GlobalGAP standard
Implementation of the GlobalGAP standard

ISO series

ISO 9001:2015

ISO 9001: 2015 establishes the criteria for a quality management system and is the only standard in the series for which certification is possible (although this is not a requirement). It can be used by any organization regardless of its field of activity. In fact, there are more than one million companies and organizations in more than 170 countries certified according to ISO 9001.

This standard is based on a number of quality management principles, such as customer orientation, the motivation and involvement of top management, the process approach and the continuous improvement of quality management principles. The application of ISO 9001: 2015 ensures that customers receive high-quality goods and services, which in turn contribute to the profits of companies.

ISO 22000 – Безопасность пищевых продуктов

ISO 22000 is a series of international standards containing food safety information.

The consequences of eating poor quality food can be horrendous and ISO standards containing information on food safety help organizations monitor this situation. Since many food products today cross national boundaries several times, international standards are necessary to ensure the security of the global sales network.

ISO 50001

The ISO 50001 standard is an energy management system. Requirements and Application Guidelines establishes requirements for an energy management system.

The purpose of ISO 50001 is to enable the development of systems and processes necessary to improve energy performance, including energy efficiency and energy consumption.

DOCUMENTS ISO 50001-2011. Energy management systems. Requirements and guidelines for use. ISO 50001-2012. Energy management systems. Requirements and application guide.

The structure of ISO 50001:

  • General requirements
  • Management responsibility
  • Energy policy
  • Energy planning
  • Implementation and operation
  • Check
  • Management review

The ISO 50001 standard is based on the PDCA approach (Plan-Do-Chek-Act - an iterative process used by an enterprise to achieve continual improvement) and includes:

Definition of goals and processes necessary for producing results that are consistent with the company's energy policy. Implementation of planned processes in the field of energy management. Monitoring the compliance of processes with the energy policy of an enterprise. Continuous improvement of the effectiveness of the enterprise’s energy management system. The scope of ISO 50001.

The ISO 50001 standard applies to all organizations that seek to ensure that their activities comply with the stated energy policy.