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Production and

Topic - ISO 9000

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Ms Habiba Abbasi Group
Abhishek Hasiza

Ankush Bhatia
Ankush Soni
Ayush Bhalla
Divybhan Singh
Mohit Khandelwal
Table Contents

1. Acknowledgment 3

2. Intoduction to ISO 9000 4

• Overview

• Quality Management System Priciples

• Why use ISO 9000?

• Scope

• Rationale For QMS

• Requirement of QMS

3. Company overview 7

4. ISO implementation in Samsung 8

5. References 10

With great pleasure and profound privilege, We express our gratitude and
indebtedness along with sincere thanks to Ms Habiba Abbasi for giving us the
opportunity to work on this project.

We would also like to pay gratitude to our Project guide, Anurag Sharma (Senior
software Engineer) and Soumya Samant (Senior Software Engineer) Samsung
Electronics , who has been a sincere advisor and inspiring force behind this project.

This Project would not have been a success without the help of our group

Introduction to ISO 9000
The ISO 9000 standard was developed to assist organizations, of all types and
sizes, to implement and operate effective quality management systems.

ISO 9000 describes fundamentals of quality management systems and specifies the
terminology for quality management systems. ISO 9000 created by the
International Organization for Standardization International standardization began
with the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) in 1906. This led to the
development of the International Federation of National Standardizing
Associations (ISA) in 1926. ISO 9000 was conceived in 1987, updated in 1994,
and again in 2000.

Quality Management System (QMS)

To lead and operate an organization successfully, it is necessary to direct and
control it in a systematic and transparent manner. There are 8 quality management

principles that can be used by top management in order to lead the organization
towards improved performance:

• Customer focus
• Leadership
• Involvement of people
• Process approach
• System approach to management
• Continual improvement
• Factual approach to decision making
• Mutually beneficial supplier relationships

These 8 principles form the basis for the quality management system standards
within the ISO9000 Standards.

Why use ISO 9000 ?

Working for a company that does not have a formalized method of management
1.Creates a chaotic working environment
• Time, money, and work hours go into wasteful utilization
• Higher likelihood of errors and faults appearing in a product
2. Provides a highly organized structure of operation
• An extensive documentation of processes
• Clearly defined responsibilities
3. Offers a competitive edge for companies
• Companies with ISO certification are preferred over ones that are not
• Sometimes is the main determinant for clients
4. Required for mere survival
• Clients may require that companies convert to ISO 9000 or lose their
• Better to get certified before being forced to
5. Customer satisfaction
• A more organized procedure adapts to last minute changes better
• Confidence and trust is fostered with client
• Good relationship built with client means increased business with referred
customers as well as returning ones

The International Standard describes fundamentals of quality management systems,
Which form the subject of the ISO 9000 family, and defines related terms.
This International Standard is applicable to the following:
a) Organizations seeking advantage through the implementation of a quality
management system
b) Organizations seeking confidence from their suppliers that their product
requirements will be satisfied
c) Users of the products20000 Introduction Toolkit
d) Those concerned with a mutual understanding of the terminology used in quality
Management (e.g. suppliers, customers, regulators);
e) Those internal or external to the organization who give advice or training on the
Quality management system appropriate to that organization;
f) Developers of related standards.
Rationale for QMS

Quality management systems (QMS) can assist organizations in enhancing

customer Satisfaction.
Customers require products with characteristics that satisfy their needs and
Expectations. These needs and expectations are expressed in product specifications
and collectively referred to as customer requirements. Customer requirements may
be specified contractually by the customer of may be determined by the
organization itself.
In either case, the customer ultimately determines the acceptability of the product.
Because customer needs and expectations are changing, and because of
competitive pressures and technical advances, organizations are driven to improve
continually their products and processes.

The quality management system approach encourages organizations to analyze

customer requirements, define the processes that contribute to the achievement of a
product which is acceptable to the customer, and keep these processes under
A quality management system can provide the framework for continual
improvement to increase the probability of enhancing customer satisfaction and the
satisfaction of other interested parties. It provides confidence to the organization

and its customers that it is able to provide products that consistently fulfill

Requirements for QMS

The ISO 9000 Standards distinguishes between requirements for quality
management systems and requirements for products. Requirements for products
can be specified by customers or by the organization in anticipation of customer
requirements, or by regulation. The requirements for products and in some cases
associated processes can be contained in, for example, technical specifications,
product standards, process standards, contractual agreements and regulatory

Samsung Overview
Founder :- Byung-Chull Lee

Chairman & CEO :- Kun-Hee Lee

Vice Chairman:- Jong-Yong Yun

On March 1, 1938, founding chairman Byung-Chull Lee started a business in

Taegu, Korea with 30,000 won. At first, Mr. Lee's little business was primarily in
trade export, selling dried Korean fish, vegetables, and fruit to Manchuria and
Beijing. But in just over a decade, SAMSUNG - meaning literally "three stars" in
Korean - would have its own flour mills and confectionery machines, its own
manufacturing and sales operations, and ultimately become the roots of the modern
global corporation that still bears the same name today.

Samsung India is the hub for Samsung's South West Asia Regional
operations. The South West Asia Headquarters, under the leadership of Mr. J S
Shin, President & CEO, looks after the Samsung business in Nepal, Sri Lanka,
Bangladesh, Maldives and Bhutan besides India. Samsung India which commenced

its operations in India in December 1995 enjoys a sales turnover of over US$ 1Bn
in just a decade of operations in the country.

Headquartered in New Delhi, Samsung India has widespread network of sales

offices all over the country. The Samsung manufacturing complex housing
manufacturing facilities for Colour Televisions, Mobile phones, Refrigerators and
Washing Machines are located at Noida, near Delhi. Samsung 'Made in India'
products like Colour Televisions, Mobile phones and Refrigerators are being
exported to Middle East, CIS and SAARC countries from its Noida manufacturing
complex. In November 2007, Samsung commenced the manufacture of Colour
televisions and LCD televisions at its state–of-the-art manufacturing facility at
Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu. The Company is also manufacturing fully automatic
front loading washing machines at its Sriperumbudur facility. Samsung's
businesses harness the power of the digital revolution to create ground-breaking
products and services that take consumers and businesses beyond imagination.


Samsung Semiconductor, Inc., the world's leader in advanced semiconductor
memory technology, today announced that it has received QS9000 certification for
its memory and system LSI (large-scale integration) facilities from the BSI
Inspectorate (British Standards Institute). This certification is essential in the
automotive industry and is strictly adhered to by the automotive top three: Ford,
Chrysler and General Motors.

QS9000 certification is a superset of ISO9001 specifically tailored to the

automotive industry, setting the standards for the design, development, production,
delivery, installation, maintenance and reliability of products and services. The
purpose of Samsung's QS9000 certification is to empower the company to prevent
defects, maintain quality and to promote continuous enhancement of its
semiconductor components used in automotive applications.

With QS9000 certification, Samsung is now able to meet the growing needs of the
automotive industry with quality-guaranteed semiconductor devices. The company
expects a rapid sales increase in memory and system LSI devices. This is due to the
growing number of networked electronics systems being incorporated into next-
generation motor vehicles. Applications range from engine control, anti-lock

brakes, instrumentation, through global positioning systems. All these systems
contain a host of semiconductors.

The QS9000 certification was awarded to Samsung during a recent ceremony at the
corporate marketing office in Seoul, Korea. Samsung Electronics Memory Division
President, Hwang Chang-Gyu, received the award on behalf of the company.

Samsung has lead the industry in quality management system standards for the
semiconductor industry since 1993 when the company first received ISO9001
certification of its plants in Korea. To date, Samsung continues to satisfy consumer
requirements through its broad range of quality management system achievements:
ISO9000, TL9000 and QS9000. The company's focus is to provide the industry's
most complete portfolio of zero-defect semiconductor components.

According to industry analyst firm, Dataquest, the demand for semiconductors

utilized in automotive applications is forecast to grow 10 to 15 percent annually.
Samsung plans to continue its leadership role in this market sector by offering an
extensive portfolio of DRAM, SRAM and Flash memory components and LCD

Samsung's Quality Certificate Milestones:

-- 1993 Receives ISO9001 for semiconductor plants in Korea

-- 1995 Receives ISO9001 for TFT-LCD plants

-- 1999 Receives ISO 9002 for semiconductor plants in

Austin, Texas; and Suzhou, China

-- 1999 Receives QS9000 for System LSI plant in Korea

-- 2001 Receives TL9000 certification of all semiconductor

and TFT LCD plants in Korea

-- 2002 Receives QS9000 certification for memory business,

assembly and test plants in Korea About Samsung Semiconductor, Inc.

Samsung Semiconductor, Inc. is a wholly owned US subsidiary of Samsung

Electronics Co., Ltd. Headquartered in Seoul, Korea, Samsung Electronics is a

mainstay of the global electronics industry. It is the world's leader in DRAM
memory, SRAM memory, and TFT-LCD display products for industrial, mobile
and desktop computing applications. Samsung Electronics is one of the world's
largest semiconductor companies overall with a full line of semiconductor products
including Flash memory, microprocessor and custom ASIC components.

1. WWW.samsungindia.com

2. Samsung India , Noida

3. WWW.google.com

4. WWW.googlescholar.com

5. WWW.ISO.org

6. Refence Cards: Anurag Sharma (Senior Software Engineer)

Soumya Samant (Senior Software Engineer)