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ISO Standards are internationally agreed upon by experts. Simply, think of the formula for doing something most finely. Standards are the best practices by the experts in their field matter and they know the requirement of the organization they represent. People such as trade associations, regulators or users, buyers, customers, sellers, manufacturers, service providers. For example, Quality Management Standards to perform an activity more efficiently hence reduce failures. Environment Management Standards to help in environmental impacts reduction, waste reduction and to be further sustainable. Health and safety standards to help accidents reduction in the workplace. Energy management standards to help energy consumption reduction. Food safety standards to help food prevention from being contaminated. IT security standards to help provide security to sensitive information.
ISO Certification enables one to show off an organization’s management system, service, process, or documentation procedure are complying with all the requirements for quality assurance and standardization.
The latest version of ISO 9001 published in September 2015 (ISO 9001:2015) replaces the old version which was 2008 (ISO 9001:2008). First published in 1987. ISO reviews all standards regularly to ensure they are up-to-date and are still relevant to the needs of organizations around the world.
Any organization can follow five major steps to get complied and certified ISO Step 1: Foundation Step 2: Documentation Step 3: Implementation Step 4: Internal Audit Step 5: Certification
“The formal recognition by an independent body, generally known as an accreditation body, that a certification body operates according to international standards.”
“The provision by an independent body of written assurance (a certificate) that the product, service or system in question meets specific requirements.”
Yes, all of our certificates are accredited from Global Accreditation.
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ISO Certification is issued with 3 years of validity following with surveillance audit.
The reassessment process is very similar to the initial audit phases. One focus of renewal assessment is to focus on past performance. Another focus is to continues improvement.
Yes, a Surveillance audit provides the opportunity to focus more closely on improvement and results. To reassess if the process works or not? The surveillance audit is conducted to answer the following questions : Is the management system still operational and effective? Is compliance with the standard still being maintained? Is continual improvement being achieved? If the certification audit revealed any areas of concern, what is their status now?