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THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE YOU REGISTER- ISO CERTIFICATION

ISO certified means that a company has proven that it follows the standards developed by the International Organization of Standardization.

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INTRODUCTION

ISO certified means that a company has proven that it follows the standards developed by the International Organization of Standardization. ISO certification ensures that an organization runs its business using international standards for products, services and processes.This means the organization is committed to total quality management; a customer focus, a continually improving process approach implemented throughout the organization and a strong management commitment to all these facets of the ISO.

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ADVANTAGES

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DOCUMENTS REQUIRED

Procedure of ISO Certification

Step - 1 : Filling of ISO application.

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Step - 2 : Review by auditor.

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Step - 3 : Communication of Feedback.

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Step - 4 : Certification Audit.

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Step - 5 : Issuance of ISO certification.

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ISO certified means that a company has proven that it follows the standards developed by the International Organization of Standardization. ISO certification ensures that an organization runs its business using international standards for products, services and processes.This means the organization is committed to total quality management; a customer focus, a continually improving process approach implemented throughout the organization and a strong management commitment to all these facets of the ISO.


The three main management system topics within ISO are Quality, Environmental, Health and Safety. Other topics include: laboratory, business continuity, security management, risk management and food safety. Depending on your specific industry ther are different standards.Some ISO standards and the applicable industries are given below:- 1. ISO 9001:-(Quality Management Systems) This is the basic international standard of fundamentals for a Quality Management System. It can be used by any organization of any size and is the foundation for other industry standards. 2. TL 9000:-(Quality System Requirements) Same as ISO 9001 but with a focus on specific standards used in the telecommunications industry. 3.ISO 27001:-(Requirement for imlementing ISMS) It specifies requirements for implementing information security controls and against which organizations can become certified. It can apply to any type of business.

 

ISO Certification costs vary dependent on the size of an organisation, risk and other factors.


An audit is the process by which a company shows evidence of working to the required system and this is a compulsory element of the ISO systems. A qualified auditor will attend your premises in order to assess your management system against the ISO Standard that you are certified to, and will request to see evidence resulting from the companies processes and procedures to ensure the system is being used and maintained on a regular basis.

ISO 9001 is a quality management system that can be integrated into any business. It is focused on ensuring the business delivers a consistent level of quality to its customers by having well defined and regularly reviewed processes and procedures. The system fully integrates within the existing business procedures and becomes part of the culture within the organisation. Eventually a business will not perform a task to conform to the ISO 9001, it will perform the task for the good of the business. The system covers eight main business principles which are:
1.Customer focus
2.Leadership
3.Involvement of people
4.Process approach
5.System approach to management
6.Continual improvement
7.Factual approach to decision making
8.Mutually beneficial supplier relationships

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