Welcome to the GOB Platform, home of the GLOBALNET OVERSIGHT board in protection of communities and consumers. As a Public Trust, the GOB gives hope and strength in seeking for ways to protect consumers through the regulatory affair practices. These regulatory affair practices (RAP) refer to and includes the work that we do in matters of regulatory & legal obligations and policies & procedures to carryout the Charter. To carryout RAP these adheres to strict impartiality and competence as we strictly operate through donations, fundraising, grants, and operate byway of benchmarking ISO/IEC 17011 to carryout accreditation and recognition without truly commercial influence or giving to special pressures.
The listing that follows provides general explanation of our RAP (in alphabetical order) as these relate to carryout a Charter to protect communities and consumers, et al wherein our efforts focus and wherein we seek to carryout the Charter:
- Accountability refers to the ethics in carrying out activities by organizations, companies, enterprises small, medium or large to demonstrate responsibility in matters that relate to the pointers that follow and with purpose that ties in to our Charter through internationally recognized and generally accepted benchmark ISO/IEC 17021, which includes regulations.
- Antitrust is the opposing to business monopoly, such as trust, relating to, or being legislation or opposition to trust or combination; specifically: consists of laws to protect trade and commerce from unlawful restraints and monopolies or unfair business practices. A severe set of laws within the United States of America.
- Communities encompass biological or social unified bodies that bear common factors within society whether in one location or scattered. To this effect, communities may refer to infants, mothers, a given religious faith, tribes, a specific social group such as the elderly, gay community, it does not refer to special interest groups seeking to ultimately be favored for the purpose of profit and through lobbying through internationally recognized and generally accepted benchmark ISO/IEC 17021, which includes regulations.,
- Consumers applies to persons / individuals that purchases and uses goods or services within a free market economy and as these tie-in to consumer protection and relevant laws (with the best interest of consumers at heart); through internationally recognized and generally accepted benchmark ISO/IEC 17021, which includes activities with regulations to protect consumers.
- Energy encompass sustainable concept to its production and to the transformation of energy that will benefit mankind and its environment;; through internationally recognized and generally accepted benchmark ISO/IEC 17021, which includes energy sector regulations.
- Environment the medium wherein circumstances, objects and biotic factors and the conditions that focus on protection by awareness, raising competence on pragmatic applicable knowledge without favoring or focusing on a specific or special interest; through internationally recognized and generally accepted benchmark ISO/IEC 17020, which includes environmental regulations.
- Food covers the wide gamut of foods, artifacts, devices and others affecting within the food supply chain and encompass safe foods and even nutritional claims in which we contribute to its effect as our Charter determines; through internationally recognized and generally accepted benchmark ISO/TS 22003, which includes regulations such as 21 CFR Part 110 (GMP) and 21 CFR Part 120 (HACCP), US Standards.
- Medical as it relates to services and devices / equipment that is use within the medical and healthcare fields and wherein we participate in programs to attest on well-being; through internationally recognized and generally accepted benchmark ISO/IEC 17021 for regulatory purpose ISO 13485.
- Quality relates to goods and services with the expectations and claims that are factual, with the available information, in the pursuit to the well-being communities or consumers; through internationally recognized and generally accepted benchmark ISO/IEC 17021, which includes regulations as these relate to consumer safe goods and services.
- Safety & Health provisions that contribute and further ascertain that workers operate within reasonable and legally binding environments as these can be attested through recognition or accreditation (in that the work environment addresses safety and health standards); addresses Occupational Health & Safety, which includes regulations.
- Security addresses matters on security of information and privacy as these are set forth by law in the USA or within the country wherein a community or consumer reside; through internationally recognized and generally accepted benchmark ISO/IEC 27006, which includes regulations for privacy, security and confidentiality (such as HIPPA).
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