ISO 9001 – Quality Management System
ISO 9001 is an internationally – recognised standard for quality management, ensuring that organisations have proven processes in place to meet customer requirements.
ISO 14001 – Environment Management System
ISO 14001 is an internationally – recognised certificate for evaluating how well an organisation manages its environmental responsibilities.
OSHAS 18001 – Health and Safety Management System
OHSAS 18001 is a UK standard enabling businesses to measure and demonstrate their commitment to Occupational Health and Safety.
ISO 22000 – Food Safety Management
ISO 22000 is an internationally-recognised standard for food safety ensuring that organisations have in place processes for undertaking safe and hygienic practices within their organisation to minimise the risk of food related to diseases such as salmonella etc.
ISO 27001 – Information Security Management System
ISO 27001 is the new name for BS 7799 and is & an internationally-recognised certificate for evaluating how securely an organisation manages and stores its information and data.
Advantages and Benefits
- ISO certification by an accredited certification body shows commitment to quality, customers, and a willingness to work towards improving efficiency.
- It demonstrates the existence of an effective quality management system that satisfies the rigors of an independent, external audit.
- ISO certification enhances company image in the eyes of customers, employees and shareholders alike.
- It also gives a competitive edge to an organisation’s marketing.
- Some markets require ISO 9001 Registration, some markets favor companies with ISO 9000 Registration.
- Lower production costs because of fewer nonconforming products, less rework, lowered rejection rates, streamlined processes and fewer mistakes.