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ISO refers to International Organization for Standardisation. It is an independent organisation that develops International Standards in terms of quality, safety, and efficiency of products and services provided by businesses. The aim of getting ISO certification is to advance the improvement of standardisation in the technology of an organisation. There are many different ISO Standards but we have outlined the most popular standards below:

ISO 9001:-

By far the most popular family is that of ISO 9000. A family of quality management standards. iSO 9001:2015 – sets out the requirements of a quality management system ISO 9000:2015 – covers the basic concepts and language.

ISO 14000 :-

is a family of standards relating to the environment. It includes multiple standards, similar to ISO 9000. ISO 14001:2015 is the most popular in the family, and is the only one in which an organization can be certified.

OHSAS 18001:-

Occupational Health & Safety Management It can help you put in place the policies, procedures and controls needed for your organization to achieve the best possible working conditions, aligned to internationally recognized best practice.

ISO 27000:-
This family of standards concerns information technology, with the goal of improving security and protecting company assets. Started in 2005, the two most popular standards are ISO 27001:2013 and 27002:2013. 27001 is management-based system, whereas 27002 is a technical document, focused on the individual and putting a code of conduct in place.

ISO 22000:-
This ISO standard sets worldwide rules for food security and handling i.e.Food Safety Management. ISO 2200 sets out what an organization needs to do to ensure their food is safe for public consumption. It contains guidelines that can be used at all points in the industry, no matter the size of the business.

ISO 50001:-
One of the newest standards, the energy standard ISO 50001:2011 is nevertheless becoming increasingly important. Released in 2011, the standard is meant for companies to put in place an Energy Management System (EMS) dedicated to improving energy usage and efficiency. This includes reducing an organization’s energy footprint by reducing greenhouse gas emissions as well as energy cost.

 

Advantages of ISO

  • International credibility: ISO Certification plays a vital role in helping the organisation to build credibility in overseas business.
  • Customer Satisfaction: ISO standards are intended to make organisations to serve their customers in a better way that would simultaneously increase customers’ satisfaction
  • Government Tenders: ISO Certification is quite essential to bid for Government Tenders.
  • Business Efficiency: Functional efficiency of organisations is improved by obtaining ISO Certification. SOP (Standard Operating Procedures) and work instructions can be developed with the help of ISO Certification Agency. Implementation of ISO in an organisation manages the resources efficiently.
  • Product Quality: By obtaining ISO Certification, the product quality matches up the international standards, it will reduce the risk of product order rejections that may occur due to the flawed products.
  • Marketability: ISO Certification improves the business credibility, and it helps the business marketing directly.

FAQ

1.What is ISO 9001:2015?

ISO 9001:2015 is the latest revision of the ISO 9001 international standard that specifies requirements for a quality management system (QMS).

 The 2015 revision has replaced ISO 9001:2008. Organizations that were certified to ISO 9001:2008 had until September 2018 to transition to the 2015 standard, if you did not make this deadline, your certificaiton is now invalid.

2.What are the benefits of ISO 9001?

Top reasons were given for registration:
    • Internal operational efficiency: Lower production costs because of fewer nonconforming products, less rework, lower rejection rates, streamlined processes and fewer mistakes.
    • Access to new markets: Some markets require ISO 9001 Registration, some markets favor companies with ISO 9000 Registration.
    • Customer request: Many organizations are asked by a customer to obtain registration as a requirement to continue or to start doing business with them.

3.What are the ISO 9001:2015 QMS requirements?

There are 10 sections (clauses) with supporting sections (sub clauses). The requirements to be applied to your quality management system (QMS) are covered in sections 4-10. To successfully implement ISO 9001:2015 quality standard within your organization, you must satisfy the requirements within clauses 4-10.

4.What are the Steps to ISO 9001:2015 Certification?

  1. Prepare your organization
  2. Gap Analysis
  3. Project Plan
  4. Training
  5. Documentation
  6. Use and Improve QMS
  7. Internal Audits
  8. ISO Registration

5.Where can I compare ISO 9001:2015 products and training?

Selecting the best ISO 9001:2015 Certification Package for your organization can be easy. Select ISO 9001:2015 Compare Products for a list of Products and Training. If you need additional assistance, Contact Us.