ISO 9001 – Quality Management Standard

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ISO 9001 – Quality Management Standard
ISO 9001 is the internationally recognized standard for the quality management of businesses.

ISO 9001 – What is it?

  • applies to the processes that create and control the products and services an organisation supplies
  • prescribes systematic control of activities to ensure that the needs and expectations of customers are met
  • is designed and intended to apply to virtually any product or service, made by any process anywhere in the world

ISO 9001 is one of the standards in theISO 9000 family.

Power of Attorney Apostille Ukraine

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ukraine apostille power of attorneyUkraine is a country located in Eastern Europe. Ukraine borders the Russian Federation and is close to Belarus, Poland, Slovakia and Romania. Ukraine has a very large heavy-industry base and is one of the largest refiners of metallurgical products in Eastern Europe. However, the country is also well known for its production of high-technological goods and transport products, such as Antonov aircraft and various private and commercial vehicles. Ukraine is an apostille country. For documents such as a power of attorney to be accepted in Ukraine it must be apostille.

Oil and Gas Holds Safety Summit

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By Tim Monroe

October 12, 2011 – CASPER — The annual Safety Summit hosted by the Wyoming Oil and Gas Industry Safety Alliance (WOGISA) took place in Casper today. Nearly 300 oil and gas industry employees and those from allied organizations met to review progress toward reducing oilfield-related deaths and injuries.

The alliance is an outgrowth of several actions initiated by former Gov. Dave Freudenthal and adopted by Gov. Matt Mead after oilfield deaths and injuries skyrocketed as a result of increased drilling activities in western Wyoming’s oil and gas fields and the coal bed natural gas areas of the Powder River Basin.

The frequency of accidents has landed Wyoming in the top two states in workplace fatalities, according to Dr. Tim Ryan, the Wyoming state occupational epidemiologist. He said in a five-week period in August and September of this year, there were nine oilfield fatalities in Wyoming.

Ryan said there appears to be a correlation between the number of workers in the oil and gas industry and injuries and deaths. He said that between 2008 and 2009, the state lost 16,000 jobs. The losses were primarily in oil and gas, mining and construction.

During that same period, there was a significant drop in fatalities. As employment in the industry picked up in 2010, there were 34 oil and gas deaths. And, from 2001-08, the state saw 62 fatalities in the oil and gas industry (some 20 percent of the total workplace deaths statewide). Drilling rig accidents accounted for more than half the deaths. Transportation, including driving to and from the worksite, accounted for 25 deaths.

On drilling rigs, according to Ryan, more than half the fatalities resulted from being hit or crushed by a moving object. Another 20 percent came as a result of being entangled in cables or other parts of the rig, and 16 percent was the result of falls. In the transportation sector, driver fatigue (falling asleep at the wheel) accounted for 72 percent of the fatalities. Another 12 percent was caused by reckless driving; 8 percent by the driver being distracted; weather and mechanical problems accounted for about 8 percent.

Ryan said fatigue caused the accident, but not the fatality. He said 72 percent of the deaths resulted from seat belts not being used in the vehicle.

Almost all of the company representatives at the summit said their companies have seat belt usage policies. Ryan said many of the fatalities occurred because employees did not follow existing safety protocols.

New state rules for workplace safety will be published soon, according to J.D. Danni, program manager for the Wyoming Occupational Safety and Health office. He said public comment on the proposed rule changes will take place beginning Oct. 16. The state OSHA Commission will meet in Casper on Dec. 2. The rules cover only oil and gas drilling rig operations, not workover or uranium drilling operations.

Danni said the rules don’t mean anything if the company isn’t enforcing the rules and the employees are not following the rules and company policies.

The afternoon session today featured breakout sessions on defensive driving, leadership development and trenching and shoring.

Article: http://www.wyomingbusinessreport.com/article.asp?id=60293

San Francisco News

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On Tuesday, more than 375,000 pounds of ground beef was recalled at a Los Angeles company, Commercial Meat Co., due to possible E. coli contamination. And according to SFGate, that meat was distributed at Bay Area restaurants.

The Huffington Post reported that a U.S. Department of Agriculture found meat that tested positive for the bacteria during a routine inspection at the Southern California plant, prompting the recall. No illnesses have been reported.

The recall includes ground beef, ground beef patties, ground beef taco meat and ground beef chili produced between September 7 and October 6, and is stamped with the label EST. 4873, according to ABC. The meat was distributed throughout restaurants in Nevada and Northern California, including the Bay Area.

In a statement regarding the recall, the company said it recalled the meat “out of concern for the health of our customers and to uphold our commitment to provide safe, quality products.”

Article: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/10/12/contaminated-meat-san-francisco-restaurants_n_1008137.html

San Francisco Apostille Service | California Apostille

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Apostille Pros services all your Apostille, Authentication, Certification and Embassy Legalization requirements.

Most Common Documents for Apostille:

I mailed my power of attorney to be apostille for Russia, they processed the documents as soon as they received it and I received the apostille the following morning by FedEx. What more can you say? 24 Hour Service!

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  • Background Checks
  • Bank Statements
  • Birth, Marriage, Death Certificate
  • Diploma / Transcripts
  • Divorce Decree
  • Police Records
  • Articles of Incorporation
  • Certificate of Good Standing
  • Power of Attorney
  • And Much More…

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San Francisco Apostille Service

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San Francisco Apostille, Attestation, Authentication, Certification & Embassy Legalization…

Apostille Pros help individuals, corporations, law firms and agencies from all over the state of California with apostille and legalization of documents. Cities around San Francisco – Alameda, Albany, Berkeley, Dublin, Emeryville, Fremont, Hayward, Livermore, Newark, Oakland, Piedmont, Pleasanton, San Leandro and Union City.

For more information, you can visit Apostille Pros.

What is an Apostille? Apostille is a French word for “certification.” It is an agreement among Hague country members to simplify the acceptance of official documents in the list of participating countries. The Hague Convention was formed in 1961.

Type of Documents that require Apostille or Authentication: Adoption Documents, Agreements, Articles of Incorporation, Certificate of Good Standing, FBI Background Check, FDA , Free Sale Certificate, Identity Document / Passports, Power of Attorney, School Diploma / Transcripts, University Degrees, Vital Records (Birth, Death, Marriage).

Police Record Apostille

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A criminal record is a record of a person’s criminal history, generally used by potential employers, lenders etc. to assess his or her trustworthiness. The information included in a criminal record varies between countries and even between jurisdictions within a country. In some countries the record is limited to actual convictions (where the individual has pleaded guilty or been declared guilty by a qualified court) while in others it also includes arrests, charges dismissed, charges pending and even charges of which the individual has been acquitted. Some consulates will ask for police record for citizenship purposes. Basically, what you would have to do is go to the police station and get fingerprinted or they would just do a record check base on name and social security. Afterward, you would have to get the police record apostille.

Estonia and Apostille

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Estonia is a state in the Baltic region of Northern Europe. It is bordered to the north by the Gulf of Finland. Sea lies Sweden in the west and Finland in the north. The territory of Estonia is influenced by a temperate seasonal climate. The Estonians are a Finnic people, and the official language, Estonian, is closely related to Finnish. Estonia is an apostille country. Documents that need to be use in Estonia would just need an apostille certificate. Such documents are birth certificate, marriage certificate, death certificate, diploma, degree, power of attorney, corporate documents or notarized documents.

Irvine Apostille

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Irvine Apostille, Attestation, Authentication, Certification & Embassy Legalization…

Apostille Pros help individuals, corporations, law firms, and agencies from all over the state of California with apostille and legalization of documents. Orange County cities: Aliso Viejo, Anaheim, Brea, Buena Park, Costa Mesa, Cypress, Dana Point, Fountain Valley, Fullerton, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, Irvine, La Habra, La Palma, Laguna Beach, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Laguna Woods, Lake Forest, Los Alamitos, Mission Viejo, Newport Beach, Orange, Placentia, Rancho Santa Margarita, San Clemente, San Juan Capistrano, Santa Ana, Seal Beach, Stanton, Tustin, Villa Park, Westminster, Yorba Linda. For more information, you can visit Apostille Pros.

What is an Apostille? Apostille is a French word for “certification.” It is an agreement among Hague country members to simplify the acceptance of official documents in the list of participating countries. The Hague Convention was formed in 1961.

Type of Documents that require Apostille or Authentication: Adoption Documents, Agreements, Articles of Incorporation, Certificate of Good Standing, FBI Background Check, FDA , Free Sale Certificate, Identity Document / Passports, Power of Attorney, School Diploma / Transcripts, University Degrees, Vital Records (Birth, Death, Marriage). PDF

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Corporation Documents

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Corporations – Domestic

Incorporation
Domestication
and Incorporation
Incorporation – exempt
Change of Agent/Office
Change of Agent/Office – exempt
Blanket Change of Office/Name
Resignation of Agent w/appointment
Resignation of Agent w/out appointment (per co.)
Designation
Amendment
Retirement
Restated Certificate of Incorporation – amends
Restated Certificate of Inc – not amending
Merger

Conversion:
Corp. to other domestic entity

Correction to:
Incorporation
Domestication
Change of Agent
Blanket Change of Office/Name
Resignation of Agent w/appointment
Resignation of Agent w/out appointment
Designation/Revocation/Renewal
Amendment/Retirement/Restated
Merger/Ownership
Conversion of corporation to other domestic entity
Conversion of other entity to corporation
Dissolution
Short Form Dissolution
Transfer and Domestic Continuance

Dissolution:
274 & 276 – Before Beginning Business, Non-stock