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New Quality Standards for the 2nd Quarter 2015

Kyle Bach

Document Center Inc. is pleased to announce that the following New Standards on Quality are now available:


  • ASTM C1093, 2015 Edition, Standard Practice for Accreditation of Testing Agencies for Masonry
  • ASTM D6300, 2015 Edition, Standard Practice for Determination of Precision and Bias Data for Use in Test Methods for Petroleum Products and Lubricants
  • ASTM E1323, 2015 Edition, Standard Guide for Evaluating Laboratory Measurement Practices and the Statistical Analysis of the Resulting Data
  • ASTM E2587, 2015 Edition, Standard Practice for Use of Control Charts in Statistical Process Control
  • ASTM E2659, 2015 Edition, Standard Practice for Certificate Programs
  • ASTM E2709, 2014 Edition with Editorial Correction, Standard Practice for Demonstrating Capability to Comply with an Acceptance Procedure
  • ASTM E2819, 2011 Edition Reapproved in 2015, Standard Practice for Single- and Multi-Level Continuous Sampling of a Stream of Product by Attributes Indexed by AQL
  • BS 5760-18, Withdrawn and replaced by BS EN 62741, Reliability of systems, equipment and components. Guide to the demonstration of dependability requirements. The dependability case
  • BS 8543, 2015 Edition, Complaint handling in organizations. Specification
  • BS EN 62740, 2015 Edition, Root cause analysis (RCA)
  • BS EN 62741, 2015 Edition, Demonstration of dependability requirements. The dependability case
  • ISO/IEC 17021, Withdrawn and replaced by ISO/IEC 17021-1, Conformity assessment — Requirements for bodies providing audit and certification of management systems
  • ISO/IEC 17021-1, 1st Edition, Conformity assessment – Requirements for bodies providing audit and certification of management systems – Part 1: Requirements
  • PAS 277, 2015 Edition, Health and wellness apps. Quality criteria across the life cycle. Code of practice


For more standards like these, please see our Document Center List of Standards on Quality.

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