ISO 9001 is an internationally recognized standard for quality management systems. The standard is generic in nature and caters to both the manufacturing and service industries.
Organizations that are certified to this standard reflect evidence of a business operation that is supported by a fundamental and robust quality management system platform.
It provides practical tools for companies and organizations looking to identify and control their environmental impact and constantly improve their environmental performance.
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ISO 45001 is an internationally recognized standard for occupational health and safety. It exists to help all kinds of organizations put in place demonstrably sound occupational health and safety performance.
The ISO 22000 family of International Standards addresses food safety management. The consequences of unsafe food can be serious and ISO’s food safety management standards help organizations identify and control food safety hazards.
Why get certified?
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 27001 is a specification for an information security management system (ISMS). An ISMS is a framework of policies and procedures that includes all legal, physical, and technical controls involved in an organization’s information risk management processes. Information may be printed or written on paper, stored electronically, transmitted by post or email, shown on films, or spoken in conversation.
ISO 50001 Energy Management System certification, provides a framework for establishing energy management best practices to help organizations to improve their energy efficiency plus make a return on investment by implementing ISO 50001.
Who needs to be certified?
ISO 50001 provides a framework of requirements that help organizations: develop a policy for more efficient use of energy. fix targets and objectives to meet the policy. use data to better understand and make decisions concerning energy use and consumption.
ISO 13485 Medical devices — Quality management systems — Requirements for regulatory purposes is an International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standard published for the first time in 1996; it represents the requirements for a comprehensive quality management system for the design and manufacture of medical.
Who needs to be certified?
ISO 13485, Medical Devices – Quality Management Systems – requirements for regulatory purposes, is an internationally recognized standard for organizations involved in the medical device industry. Companies are using compliance to this standard to obtain the certification of their Quality Management Systems.
With increasing globalization, many companies rely on a supply chain that is on the other side of the world to ship parts, components, or finished products. When something goes wrong in that supply chain, those companies often experience serious financial losses and customer problems. This growing phenomenon has resulted in the development of an international security management system for the supply chain with the publication of ISO 28000.
ISO 28000 offers organizations whose business relates to the logistics industry, a framework to identify each aspect that is critical to the security assurance of their supply chains. These include financing, manufacturing, and information management. Facilities for packing, storing, and transferring goods on their way to locations via various modes of transportation are also included in this standard.
ISO 28000 is suitable for all sizes and types of organizations involved in purchasing, manufacturing, service, storage, transportation, and/or sales processes wishing to implement and maintain a secure management system for their supply chain.
Developed in response to the need by the transportation and logistics industries for a commonly applicable security management system, ISO 28000 is increasingly becoming the standard for companies in many other industries needing to assess security risks, implement controls, and better manage potential security threats and issues related to the supply chain. Stakeholders, especially customers, also benefit from improvements to quality and safety that the ISO 28000 management system provides.
What Certification Does
Provides a consistent approach by service providers within the supply chain Manages risk by aiding in assessment, implementation of controls, and mitigating management of potential threats to security and effects from the supply chain Integrates easily via a plan-do-check-act based management system modeled on the successful ISO 14001 standard Enhances security risk assessment, asset protection, and inventory management Assures supply continuity for sustainable business development and reduction of time to delivery Reduces losses of theft during exportation, importation, and transport Complies with other official trade and supply chain processes, including AEO and C-TPAT Manages security as a process that results in the ability to measure and improve it Focuses resources and efforts on high-risk concerns through security risk assessment Gives management the ability to benchmark its security management efforts utilizing international standards Benefits Improves stakeholder confidence by demonstrating a more robust and secure supply chain management
Enhances customer satisfaction by demonstrating the ability to meet their specific requirements Makes the organization a supplier of choice by demonstrating the organization’s capability to manage security issues within the supply chain Demonstrates systematic security supply chain management Develops business cooperation along the supply chain Shortens Customs clearance time and reduced secondary inspections.
ISO 26000 is the designation of the future International Standard giving guidance on social responsibility (SR). It is intended for use by organizations of all types, in both public and private sectors, in developed and developing countries. It will assist them in their efforts to operate in the socially responsible manner that society increasingly demands. ISO 26000 contains guidance, not requirements, and therefore will not be for use as a certification standard like ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015
EN ISO 20471 is an international standard that imposes requirements on visible workwear for employees in high-risk areas. Today, in more and more industries, employees need to wear safety workwear with retro-reflective bands and fluorescent material to keep visibility intact. This applies to industries where a large part of the work takes place near airports, dual carriageways, traffic, cranes, and other motorized vehicles, as well as work that takes place in the dark.
GMP refers to the Good Manufacturing Practice Regulations.
GMP certification is granted to manufacturing or service systems of organizations to certify that they engage with good manufacturing practices in their manufacturing or service processes, according to a Standard Code of Practice related to their business.
HACCP is an internationally recognized, science-based, food safety system that is used to help ensure the manufacture of safe food products.
HACCP is designed to prevent, reduce or eliminate potential biological, chemical, and physical food safety hazards, including those caused by cross-contamination.
Good Hygiene Practices (GHP) is a system for ensuring that products are consistently produced and controlled according to quality standards. It is designed to minimize the risks involved in any production process that can not be eliminated though testing the final product.