ISO 9001: Quality Management Systems Certification

Did you know that the ISO 9001 standard has been around for over 30 years? ISO (International Organisation for Standardisation) develops many standards but the 9001 is the most popular and the oldest! Want to know more about ISO 9001!

 

ISO 9001 have been adopted by more than Million organisations and many 9001 Certificates have been issued worldwide. ISO 9001 certified organisations come from a variety of industries and of varying sizes- From a sole proprietor to multi nationals with large workforces.

 

ISO 9001 is a quality standard recognised all over the world. It is aimed at improving your customer satisfaction levels. The standard defines a proper set of procedures that determine whether all customer requirements are being met. Also, referred to as quality assurance the ISO 9001 standard is achieved by modifying and controlling business processes which directly affect the quality of the offered products and services.

The Process

STEP 1

Pre-Assesment

We review your existing management systems in relation to requirements of the relevant standards for certification.

STEP 2

Stage 1 Audit

A review of your management system(s) documentation is undertaken as the first step in the certification process.

STEP 3

Certification Audit

The Certification Audit is conducted on site to verify that you have implemented the management system across your organisation.

STEP 4

Years 2 & 3: Certification Maintenance

We will conduct an annual Surveillance Audit to check the ongoing implementation of management systems across your organisation.

The Benefits

With the ISO 9001 standard, you can

Meet the demands of your customers:Customer satisfaction is ISO 9001’s primary purpose. The processes are developed to maintain or exceed customer satisfaction.

Retain customers:Customers can be retained since they are satisfied due to products that deliver better performances.

Increase revenues:Compared to companies which are not certified, an ISO 9001 certified company earns greater revenues due to an increase in both production and efficiency.Customers are also retained because they are satisfied, which brings more business.

Avoid Internal Discrepancies:The Quality Management System strives to implement the best industrial practices that ensure significant growth and high quality products. It does not only help you achieve greater efficiency by minimizing unnecessary stages in the production process but also help you standardize the operations as per industrial benchmarks.Hence there are few internal discrepancies that translate into greater reliability and durability.

Gain international recognition:ISO 9001 is recognised as the global quality management standard

Decrease issues related to product performance:Since ISO improves overall quality, there are fewer damaged and non-functional products.