What does ISO 15489 mean?
Information and documentation—Records management
ISO 15489 Information and documentation—Records management is an international standard for the management of business records, consisting of two (2) parts: Part 1: Concepts and principles and Part 2: Guidelines.
What is a record ISO?
ISO recording refers to the ability to create isolated recordings of your camera inputs. Typically in a live video production you’ll record your main program output for distribution. ISO recording means you can individually record each camera which gives you a lot more freedom in post production.
What is legal and ethical compliance?
Legal compliance refers to acting in accordance with the laws of a particular organization, company etc. while ethical responsibility is the choice to comply with the code of ethics of the particular organization, company etc.
What are the differences between legal and ethical obligations?
Legal standards are those standards that are set forth in governmental laws. Ethical standards are based on the human principles of right and wrong. The differences between them are these: Legal standards are based on written law, while ethical standards are based on human rights and wrongs.
What does ISO stand for in clothing?
ISO is an acronym that stands for the International Organization for Standardization. The term comes from a Greek word ISOS, meaning equal. The International Organization for Standardization is a group of people from many industries who work to create world-wide uniform industrial standards.
What is the difference between a document and a record in ISO?
A document can be a procedure, specification, drawing, work instruction and the record is also a document with the difference that it provides evidence of compliance with established requirements and effectiveness of the operation of QMS.