What is ISO Certification?

ISO(International  Organization for Standardization), ISO is an independent body and no any interfere of any govt in this body, 162 members in this body, stabilization year is 23 Feb 1947 & Headquarters: Geneva, Switzerland.

Work of ISO Certification:

ISO International Standards ensure that products and services are safe, reliable and of good quality. For business, they strategic tools that reduce costs by minimizing waste and errors and increasing productivity.

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Types of ISO Certification!

There are many types of iso certification:

  1. ISO 9001:2015(QMS)
  2. ISO 1400:2015(EMS)
  3. ISO 45001:2018(OHSMS)
  4. ISO 22000:2018(FSMS)
  5. ISO 27001:2013(ISMS)
  6. HACCP

1 ISO 9001:2015

The ISO 9001:2015 standard is designed as a framework to help guide an organization towards continual improvement and an increase in customer satisfaction… ISO 9001:2015 has become the most widely used and implemented quality management system in the world. The motto behind this standard is to provide Implementation for quality management, which can be used by companies around the world in any industry and organizational size

Benefits ISO 9001:2015 Certification:

  • Sustainable quality assurance
  • Increases satisfaction among customers and employees
  • Reduces new employee on-boarding time and ensures staff competencies
  • Encourage operations and reduces waste and increases business savings
  • Improves business performance and manages business risk
  • Increases customer confidence and international acceptance
  • Improves profitability through process improvement and higher return on assets
  • Provider an advantage over competitors who are not certified
  • Attracts investment, enhance brand reputation and removes barriers to trade

2 . ISO 14001:2015

The ISO 14001:2015 standard identifies requirements for an internationally recognized environmental management system. This Standard helps to meet out a framework that an organization can identify impacts on the environment, define controls & aspects to prevent and reduce pollution and ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements.

Benefits of ISO 1400:2015 Certification

  • Promote sustainable development
  • Improves waste and energy management
  • Reduces risk of non-compliance with legislation and subsequent costs or prosecution
  • Improves your brand image and demonstrates your organization’s commitment to the environment
  • Demonstrates a commitment to compliance with legal and other requirements
  • Increases your access to new customers and business partners
  • Improves managing your environmental risks. Now and in the future
  • Reduces insurance premiums, waste handling costs, and other related fees
  • Attracts investment, enhances brand reputation and removes barriers to trade
  • Provides an advantage over competitors who are not accredited s

3 . ISO 45001:2018

ISO 45001:2018 is the newest Occupational Health and Safety Management System standard, aligned with Quality Management and Environment Management, It has replaced OHSAS 18001 Organizations strive to ensure safety at their at their workplace and personnel are now implementing this system. When an organization implements ISO 45001:2018, they are able to align their processes with other standards that have been implemented. ISO 45001:2018 is designed to pool top management and personnel at all levels are actively participating in safety aspects

Benefits of ISO 45001:2018 Certification

  • Ensuring an organizational focus on legal & regulatory compliance
  • Reduce injury and therefore the associated costs to the individual and the organization
  • Increase operational due to decreed employee injuries and time- off
  • Reduce insurance premiums (due to reduction in claims)
  • Promote internally and externally the organization commitment to a safe work environment

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