Information assets - anything of value to the organization. There are many types of assets, including (a) information; (b) software such as a computer program; (c) physical assets, such as computer; (d) services; (e) personnel and their qualifications, skills and experience; (f) intangible assets, such as reputation and image. The organization identifies information assets, their owners, location of assets, parameters, and specifies requirements for their properties that can be satisfied.

The basic subject of the quality system is Process. A process is a set of interrelated or interacting activities that transform inputs into outputs. There must not be any process in the organization for which no one is responsible. Each process must have related and related processes input and output to the process, links to suppliers (if relevant) of the owner, process operator, measurable output parameters to evaluate process performance, ...

The basic subject of the environmental management system are Environmental aspects, which determine the values ​​of their impact on the environment. The environmental aspects relate to the activities and processes of the organization that may have a positive or negative impact on the environment (e.g. waste water discharge, emissions, etc.)