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ISO Certification in India

ISO – International Standard Organisation

ISO is a non-governmental independent International organization founded in Geneva, Switzerland on 23rd of Feb 1947. ISO is first and foremost a global network of International standards bodies it develops and publishes ISO Management System Standards and other various ISO standards. You may have noticed that ISO acronym ISO doesn’t match to the name International Organization for Standardization. ISO word is in fact derived from the Greek word ISOS means equal. So whatever the country, whatever the language we are always equal. The motto of ISO is always great things happen when the world agrees.

How to get ISO certification in India? – Our effective implementation steps:

Our method/steps are easy, unique, time-bound, and result oriented.

ISO Certification
Gap Analysis:
  • Interacting and detailed study of current work flows in different departments, operating procedures, documentation and practices.
  • Identifying any shortcomings of your organization against the requirements of ISO.
  • Generating a Gap report and planning for implementation
Training:
  • Creating awareness about ISO standard and its importance.
  • A formal training session/s.
  • It includes training on internal auditing, documentation training, mock audit and trainings to conduct management review meeting.
Documentation:
  • Documentation is the manifestation for your entire organizations process, procedure and results.
  • End-to-End support on preparing documentation as per ISO requirements.
Internal Audit & MRM:
  • Internal Audit (IA) as a tool, it is a cross departmental audit to ensure zero loophole in the system of your organization.
  • MRM: Management review meeting (MRM) helps top management to guide and ensure the whole organization is up to the mark as per the standard requirements.
Final Audit and Certification:
  • Certivatic – Your certification is our responsibility!
  • With our 100% track record of success, we make sure Certification is achieved successfully.

Benefits of being ISO certified organization are

  1. Helps you meets Customer requirements
  2. Helps you identify risks and opportunities
  3. Helps you in improving your controls over the business
  4. Employee, shareholders and customersatisfaction
  5. Better credibility and dynamic image in market
  6. Develop your organization and your product quality
  7. Increase in competence, productivity and profits
  8. Engagement of employees and boost their performance
  9. Reduces costs and waste
  10. Simplifies International Trade or business
  11. Reduces risks and time
  12. Increased productivity, efficiency and competence
  13. Less Disruptions
  14. Suitable for small and big organization
  15. Gain Customer satisfaction

 

What is ISO certification in India – Core business?

ISO certification in India is all about main deliverable of the international standards. But, ISO core business is to bring around one single table international experts that tackle global challenges and find solutions together through agreement. So agreement is an absolutely key word that you have to remember why because essentially nothing moves forward ISO without consensus and ISO being an international standard body which stats here about international consensus. So it’s a big challenge but at the same time when ISO technical committees and experts are able to achieve this international consensus. It also means that the international standards that ISO publish are globally relevant. There’s a lot of examples out there of how standards are used everywhere.

ISO members that were able to get all this inputs that feed into this international consensus that as mentioned here above and so this input is coordinated by ISO members and it is also referred to as the National stakeholder engagement process managed by ISO members this principle is that the inputs to ISO certification in India are driven by this stakeholder engagement process which nationally is managed by ISO member. So it’s 1 ISO member per country and every membership of ISO comes with rights, benefits, obligations and good practices.  ISO have 162 members and ISO has published until today more than 22000 standards at a current rate of 100 standards published each month and these standards are produced and developed by 245 technical committees so these technical committees have more than 100000 experts combined and these experts meets more than seven times a day anywhere on average as per reports of 2017.

We provide ISO Certification in India and with Other Standards of ISO is ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 45001, ISO 27001, ISO 22000, ISO 22301, ISO 50001 ISO 17025, ISO 13485 are some of the typical examples.

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