Towards green industry ... to a balanced and sustainable development is the heart of the project of the Ministry of Industry. To the economic growth of the manufacturing sector is consistent with the potential. And the possibility of ecosystems . Including the well-being of society, such as energy production , resource efficiency , using the 3Rs and Clean Technology development productivity (Green Productivity) design environment (Eco Design - Eco Product) to . a certified green label (Green Label or Eco-Label) study and analysis of product life cycle (LCI-LCA) to reduce pollution and reduce greenhouse gas emissions , which projects are a part of . implementation proactive environmental conservation of the Ministry of industry. Entrepreneurs can join . To make operations more environmentally friendly.
All accreditations are globally recognised and accepted
The International Accreditation Forum, Inc. (IAF) details criteria for the accreditation of bodies that provide conformity assessment services, and such accreditation facilitates trade and reduces demands for multiple conformity assessment activities cross border.
This is valid for both product- and management system certifications in line with ISO17021 and ISO17065.
Intertek has an implemented organisation based on three hubs that hold and organize global accreditations for their respective region: Bulgaria, China and the US.
A SMETA 2-pillar audit covers labour standards and health and safety as mandatory elements plus entitlement to work, subcontracting and homeworking and a shortened Environment assessment as additional elements.
According to NBTC, receiver testing is paramount to a successful digital TV switchover.NBTC shall guarantee the quality and performance of each receiver model, ensuring smooth DVB-T2 roll out at consumers’ end. Upon implementation, all receiver products such as STB, iDTV, USB dongle, tablet and mobile phone with built-in T2 demodulator shall be tested against NBTC standard and granted with NBTC logo before sale. In addition, all Digital TV receiver made and imported to Thailand shall be certified by NBTC and entitled with NBTC receiver logo.
The Thai Industrial Standards Institute (TISI) has been established as a department under the Ministry of Industry since 1 January 1969 by virtue of the Industrial Product Standards Act B.E. 2511 (1968). Its principal responsibility is to carry out national standardization activities in order to promote the development of Thai products to the acceptable quality, to increase the competitiveness of Thai industry in the world market, and to preserve the environment as well as to protect consumers by ensuring safety in lives and property
In the marketing world, big words and bold graphics are tossed around to entice customers. However, in the international trade arena where quality is paramount, one needs to be able to look beyond advertising campaigns and find a reliable means to measure merit.
No matter how one defines quality, it is always reassuring to have a benchmark that can gauge the essence of excellence. To facilitate this process, Thailand Trust Mark was created under the Royal Thai Government, through the Department of International Trade Promotion, Ministry of Commerce.
The Prime Minister's Industry Award is a prestigious award given to industrial enterprises which have demonstrated outstanding performances and best pratices in various categories.
The provision of the awards for SMEs are presented for the first time this year recognizing the key role that SMEs play in the successful progress of the thai economy going forward.