February 24, 2014
TheSrpskaTimes

The European Union is funding the project “Support to the Introduction of a Quality Management System in BiH”, which aims to certify 100 SMEs from Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The project includes organizing a series of seminars throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina, that will provide advice to small and medium-sized enterprises in the implementation of quality management systems according to the requirements of ISO 9001:2008.

Six experienced instructors will share their knowledge through interactive and practical lectures. Consultants, candidates for consultants, promoters of the ISO 9001 for quality management from public or private agencies and finally the staff of SMEs who are interested in this area are the target group.

The project “Support to the Introduction of a Quality Management System in B&H” will last 24 months and is funded by the European Union from the IPA funds in the amount of 1.875.000 EUR.

The project is implemented by Rina Services S.p.A. from Italy in the consortium consisting of the IBF International Consulting from Belgium and Tim Know How from Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Source: ekapija.ba