Quality In Unity
IQM had collaborated with SIRIM, Department of Standards Malaysia (DSM), MAMPU, NPC, and other NGO's like the COSTAM (Confederation of Scientific and Technological Associations in Malaysia) which had 32 other organizations as members.
Quality Of High Standards
IQM sits on the Malaysian Standards and Accreditation Council (MASAC), the policy council of DSM, and several national organizations at SIRIM to draft the various ISO standards.
Quality In Practices
IQM (and MRCA, its other registration arm) work closely with MAMPU to register quality consultants and practitioners, quality auditors (much like IRCA in UK) to ensure certain measures of control for our quality practices in the country.
MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT 2017/2019
Dr. Wong Wei Khiang
Roles of IQM for the next Decade 2017~2027
For the next decade IQM has the responsibility to move forwards together with its members to face the new global challenges, such as the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPA-TPP) on “free-trade” (Malaysia signed the CPA-TPP on 4th March 2018) and provide a platform for the members to advance their professional career and business opportunity to a more diversified quality fields. Beside the traditional Quality Management System (QMS ie ISO 9001:2015), food quality HACCP, and quality control activities, there are other areas of quality activities in the following fields, such as Healthcare Industry, Energy Industry and Green Environmental Industry, and other international best practices in quality.
It is necessary to note that Palm Oil & Rubber, Healthcare and Agriculture are parts of the 12 National Key Economics Areas (NKEA) identified in the recent Malaysian Government’s Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) (2010~2020).
All IQM members shall participate actively and do not miss the chance to share this economic pie and business opportunities, especially the latest Transformasi Nasional 2050 (TN50).