ZIMBABWE STANDARD FOR MANNED SECURITY (SE 011)

This draft is now available for public comment.  Your views and technical comments on it would be appreciated.  If you have no specific comments to make but find it generally acceptable it would be helpful if you would notify us accordingly.  Suggestions entailing revisions of the text should indicate the preferred wording using the attached template.  The relevant clause number should be quoted against any comment.

All comments should be sent to the Committee Secretary Mrs. L.K Masveure at the address shown below.
Standards Association of Zimbabwe
P O Box 2259
Harare
E-mail: lmasveure@saz.org.zw
Website:  www.saz.org.zw

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ZWS 1051: Code of Practice for Good Agricultural Practice for Free Range Poultry Production

This draft is now available for public comment. Your views and technical comments on it would be appreciated.  If you have no specific comments to make but find it generally acceptable it would be helpful if you would notify us accordingly. Suggestions entailing revisions of the text should indicate the preferred wording using the attached template.  The relevant clause number should be quoted against any comment.

LATEST DATE FOR RECEIPT OF COMMENTS: 2020-07-29

All comments should be sent to the Committee Secretary Mrs. L.K. Masveure at the address shown below.
Standards Association of Zimbabwe
P O Box 2259
Harare
E-mail: lmasveure@saz.org.zw

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ADOPTION OF THE AFRICAN STANDARD FOR GOOD FINANCIAL GRANT PRACTICE (GFGP) – REQUIREMENTS (ARS 1651:2018)

The Standards Association of Zimbabwe has a project to adopt the African Standard for Good Financial Grant Practice (GFGP) – Requirements (ARS 1651:2018)

  1. Objective:

To adopt the African Standard for Good Financial Grant Practice (GFGP) – Requirements (ARS 1651:2018)

  1. Scope of the project:

Standardization of requirements to be met by grantees in order to demonstrate good financial grant practice (GFGP).

  1. Justification of the project:

To increase the visibility of SAZ in the grant funding community, enable local organizations to purchase copies of the GFGP standard locally and help elevate the GFGP standard New Work Item Proposal to the ISO level.

  1. Timeline: Expected date of publication Month: September Year: 2020

Invitation to participate

Those who wish to take part in this committee to adopt this African standard, please contact Mr. Kudzai Nelson Dzapasi by 2020-06-21 on

Standards Association of Zimbabwe
Northridge Park
No. 1 Northend Close
Borrowdale
Harare
Tel: 0242 882017/9, Cell 0774 838 836
Email: kdzapasi@saz.org.zw

SAZ ON COVID 19

MESSAGE TO OUR VALUED CLIENTS AND STAKEHOLDERS ON SAZ PRECAUTIONARY

MEASURES TAKEN FOR COVID-19

The Standards Association of Zimbabwe (SAZ) would like to assure all our stakeholders that we are closely following developments on the COVID-19 and that we have put mitigation measures in place based on the recommendations announced by His Excellency President ED Mnangagwa, the Ministry of Health and Child Care, and the World Health Organisation in order to minimize the spread of COVID-19. SAZ will endeavor to keep you up to date on new developments.

LABORATORY SERVICES

Laboratory services will remain functional. All lab samples should be clearly labelled for testing. Drop in places will be indicated. Due to adjusted working patterns some delays must be anticipated, nonetheless we will endeavor to minimize the delays. Please note that we also have the capacity to provide tests for sanitizers.

STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT & INFORMATION

All physical Technical Committee meetings have been suspended till further notice. This suspension does not stop ongoing Technical Committee activities. TC members should continue gathering organizational views and send their comments to the respective secretariat as planned through ISOlutions or emails.Urgent TC resolutions can be done electronically through respective chairs and Technical Secretaries through the same channels. SAZ will remain available for assistance via email.

TRAINING

We will continue providing training services to limited numbers. On-site training at client premises will be conducted on a case by case basis. Preventive measures will be put in place at all times. In order to assist organisations to manage healthy and safety issues, SAZ is encouraging organisations to train and implement the ZWS 992 HIV and Wellness Management System and ISO 45001, Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSAS) standards.

CERTIFICATION

Certification audits will be conducted on a case by case basis. Certificates will be issued where certification processes have been completed in-line with the guidance received from the International Accreditation Forum (IAF) (www.iaf.nu).and the SAZ requirements.

SAZ VISITORS

Clients are expected to use hand sanitizers provided and regularly wash their hands with soap and water. This is mandatory. All clients are to report to reception and once cleared, meetings should be held in designated boardrooms taking into account social distancing. In view of the adjusted working patterns you could experience some delays, we therefore request your patience and tolerance. SAZ is committed and to delivering quality services and to supporting His Excellency President ED Mnangagwa, Ministry of Health and Child Care and the World Heath Organisation calls to slow down the spread of COVID-19. We will be open for business and are taking all necessary measures to assure quality service provision. We will continue with our current working hours with adjusted working patterns.

CONTACT DETAILS
Website: www.saz.org.zw
0242 882017/9, 885511/2
0772402466 (Marketing)
0772432290 (Technical Services)
0772426530 (Certification)

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