ISO Certification

Know about ISO

The International Organization for Standardization is a worldwide Self Governing body for setting various global standards for quality management. It comprises of representative standardization organizations from various nations.

ISO 9001 : 2015 Quality Management

This standard of ISO sets out criteria for Quality management system of organization. It can be used by any organization, large or small, regardless of its field of activity.

Checking that the system works is a vital part of ISO 9001:2015. It is recommended that an organization performs internal audits to check how its quality management system is working. An organization may decide to invite an independent certification body to verify that it is in conformity to the standard, but there is no requirement for this. Alternatively, it might invite its clients to audit the quality system for themselves. We provide ISO 9001:2015 certification.


ISO 22000 ( FSMS : Food Safety management System)

The consequences of unsafe food can be serious and ISO’s food safety management standards help organizations identify and control food safety hazards. As many of today's food products repeatedly cross national boundaries, International Standards are needed to ensure the safety of the global food supply chain.

ISO 22000:2018 sets out the requirements for a food safety management system and can be certified to. It maps out what an organization needs to do to demonstrate its ability to control food safety hazards in order to ensure that food is safe. It can be used by any organization regardless of its size or position in the food chain.

HACCP stands for Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point. This process identifies hazards that could threaten food safety, such as sources of bacteria or chemical contamination. Critical control points are the points in food production or handling during which these hazards become a factor. HACCP is the part of ISO 22000 that directly addresses these hazards and sets up procedures for monitoring the critical control points for variables like correct temperatures and acceptable levels of cleanliness. HACCP also involves keeping accurate records and verifying that the procedures in place are working.

A Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) is a production and testing practice that helps to ensure a quality product. Many countries have legislated that pharmaceutical and medical device companies must follow GMP procedures, and have created their own GMP guidelines that correspond with their legislation.

The implementation and enforcement of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) in Blood and Plasma Collection Establishments is considered a priority as a tool to minimize the risk of transmitting currently known and emerging blood-borne diseases. Basic concepts of all of these guidelines remain more or less similar to the ultimate goals of safeguarding the health of the patient as well as producing good quality medicine, medical devices or active pharmaceutical products.

In the U.S. a drug may be deemed adulterated if it has passed all of the specifications tests but is found to be manufactured in a condition which violates current good manufacturing guideline. Therefore, complying with GMP is a mandatory aspect in pharmaceutical manufacturing.

OHSAS 18001

OHSAS 18001 is the internationally recognized assessment specification for occupational health and safety management systems. It was developed by a selection of leading trade bodies, international standards and certification bodies to address a gap where no third-party certifiable international standard exists.

OHSAS 18001 has been designed to be compatible with ISO 9001 and ISO 14001, to help your organization meet their health and safety obligations in an efficient manner.

The following key areas are addressed by OHSAS 18001:

  • Planning for hazard identification, risk assessment and risk control
  • Planning for hazard identification, risk assessment and risk control
  • OHSAS management programme
  • Structure and responsibility
  • Training, awareness and competence
  • Consultation and communication
  • Operational control
  • Emergency preparedness and response
  • Performance measuring, monitoring and improvement

OHSAS 18001 can be adopted by any organization wishing to implement a formal procedure to reduce the risks associated with health and safety in the working environment for employees, customers and the general public.


In a competitive marketplace, your customers are looking for more than just keen pricing from their suppliers. Companies need to demonstrate that their businesses are managed efficiently and responsibly and that they can provide a reliable service without excessive downtime caused by work-related accidents and incidents.

Certifying your OHSAS 18001 management system enables your organization to prove that it conforms to the specification and provides the following benefits:

  • Potential reduction in the number of accidents
  • Potential reduction in downtime and associated costs
  • Demonstration of legal and regulatory compliance
  • Demonstration to stakeholders of your commitment to health and safety
  • Demonstration of an innovative and forward thinking approach
  • Increased access to new customers and business partners
  • Better management of health and safety risks, now and in the future
  • Potential reduced public liability insurance costs

The Benefits of ISO Certification

ISO certification can demonstrate your company's dedication to high standards.  Stand out from competitors, win more tenders with ISO management systems that deliver quality products, and boost customer satisfaction.  And position you for revenue growth.

What is ISO Certification?

ISO, or the International Organization for Standardization, sets global manufacturing standards to promote consistency.  And quality across global supply chains.  Companies that achieve ISO certification demonstrate they comply with these industry requirements while taking steps to enhance the processes continually.  And products they produce, thus guaranteeing consistent quality and customer satisfaction.

ISO has published over 22,000 standards across 164 countries, such as its prevalent quality management system standards (the ISO 9000 series).  As an independent organization, the ISO sets specifications to ensure safety, reliability, and efficiency in products, services, and systems.  Its specifications help to ensure safety, reliability, and efficiency without providing businesses with an official stamp of approval.   However, it provides third parties with standards they can use to verify compliance.

Distributors looking to be ISO-certified must implement a quality management system that adheres to ISO standards.  It includes a process approach, continuous improvement, and management relationships.  They should also regularly conduct internal and external audits, verifying their business practices and procedures.  And pass annual surveillance audits that ensure their certification status is preserved.

ISO certification may be optional for distribution companies.  Still, it can help save costs and increase customer satisfaction.  And demonstrate quality commitment.  As well as contribute to improving their bottom line, an essential aspect of any successful enterprise.

There are various paths to ISO certification.  But the most prevalent one involves hiring an independent auditing agency to review company processes, products, and documents for compliance with the required criteria.  Costs will depend upon company size and scope.  Most businesses opt for ISO 9001 certification, the cornerstone of most other ISO standards.

Why is ISO Certification Important?

Many companies strive for ISO certification.  It is because it demonstrates their adherence to international standards, efficient business processes, and risk management.  Furthermore, ISO certification can help achieve sustainability, establish credibility globally and boost sales.

ISO is an international organization that develops international standards and specifications for products and services.  Their most prominent standard, the ISO 9001 family of quality management systems, includes best practices organizations can implement to enhance overall quality.  Other ISO standards address food safety, occupational health & safety, laboratory operations, risk management, and environmental management.

Businesses of all sizes benefit from ISO certification processes, microscopic and midsized ones that may need help to keep pace with the competition.  ISO processes encourage employees to focus on improving product and service quality.  It results in customer satisfaction and loyalty.

ISO certification can also help organizations save money by cutting waste and inefficiency, with savings going to investing in new technology and equipment, hiring additional workers, or creating a positive culture.  Furthermore, its emphasis on continuous improvement encourages employees to seek innovative ways to enhance their work performance for customers while improving the experience for all concerned.

ISO certification can give a company an edge in the marketplace as customers become more conscious of quality.  Those independently verified as meeting high standards prefer doing business with those.

ISO certification can also help businesses form stronger relationships with suppliers and partners, including suppliers that rely on them for goods and services to their customers.  ISO requires companies to abide by quality guidelines while communicating clearly with their providers to avoid disputes or issues from occurring.  In addition, companies must implement disaster recovery plans with ISO to maintain integrity during natural or artificial disasters affecting them and keep customers satisfied.  This plan is beneficial when these suppliers are vital in meeting customer demand for goods and services.

How to Become ISO Certified

Companies seeking ISO certification should first adopt an effective quality management system.  This plan must be documented and implemented across the organization.  So that all employees understand their expected duties.  And how to perform their jobs well while incorporating best practices.  In some instances, equipment or software updates may also be necessary to meet requirements.  Businesses seeking ISO certification should consult a consultant or company that assists in this process.

Once the company's quality management system is in place, it must submit it for external review by an accredited third-party certification body.  Businesses should take great care in selecting a certification body that adheres to CASCO standards when choosing their provider.

Companies should recognize that it may take an external auditor some time to assess.  And certify their quality management systems.  The company should ensure its processes are completed as intended during this time.  And conduct internal follow-up audits to remain compliant with ISO standards.  It may be wise for them to offer incentives to all key staff involved with implementing new processes to help keep them within compliance.  And prevent any risky practices from occurring again.

The benefits of ISO certification for manufacturing businesses can be substantial.  And it will give them an edge over their competition.  Customers will be confident that ISO-certified businesses have quality standards that they commit to maintaining.  Furthermore, this can improve customer satisfaction which often serves as a critical indicator for measuring the success of businesses.

If you want more information on becoming ISO certified or need help implementing a quality management system, please contact us now.

What are the Benefits of ISO Certification?

At any business level - from startups and entrepreneurs looking for growth opportunities to established companies looking for investors - ISO certification can provide tangible evidence that your management systems meet a set of standards.  It's making your operations more cost-efficient.  And capable of supporting growth.

Consistency is the most significant advantage of ISO certification.  Pleasing customers who appreciate the consistency and saving money through reduced waste and inefficiencies.  For example, producing multiple versions of one product, but each version varies slightly, will cost more in materials and labor in the long run.  ISO certification helps minimize variance and ensure consistent products.

Your company will also reap the benefit of being better prepared.  To handle unexpected situations that may arise.  It's with an emergency recovery plan so operations can continue uninterrupted even during a crisis.  ISO certification provides valuable assistance in developing and putting these plans into effect.  So your business will be better suited to face whatever obstacles lie.

An ISO 9001 QMS will enhance your ability to utilize evidence, an essential aspect of good decision-making.  With proper training, an ISO 9001 QMS can also assist with pinpointing areas of process where improvements need to be made and prioritizing those enhancements for greater efficiency and cost savings.

At its core, an ISO 9001 Quality Management System will help your company create a more positive work culture for employees.  When employees receive clear expectations about how their job should be accomplished, they feel empowered to do it well, leading to greater employee productivity and satisfaction.

Are you interested in ISO Certification for your organization?  Discuss this with your team to identify the ideal path forward.  Contact us today to start the ISO certification process.

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