ISO Standards: Certification & Training

Address compliance, risk & bribery head on with certification and/or training – protect your people and your business!

In this era of cut-throat competition, it is important for every organisation to ensure that they possess everything that will give the business the competitive advantage.

An International Standard is a document containing practical information and best practice. It often describes an agreed way of doing something or a solution to a global problem. However, a company can obtain ISO certification only when the quality standards prescribed by the international organisation of standardisation have been applied to the product or the service.

ISO stands for International Organisation for Standardisation which talks about system’s basic requirements that should be documented and followed rigorously within the scope of the company. These system can be for Quality/ Environment/ Safety or any other aspects of a company. When a company implement these systems and applies for certification through an ISO certification body, it needs to clear surveillance audit as well as certification audit. Certification body audits the company’s system and adherence for bare minimum requirements mentioned in ISO. On successfully completion of audit, company got ISO certification from certification body. This cycle is repeated every three year to check sustenance of system along with surveillance audit, every year.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF ISO CERTIFICATION AND/OR TRAINING? 

  • Get government tenders: ISO certificate is now required in a majority of government tenders.
  • Build credibility internationally: ISO certification helps your organisation helps credibility to build overseas business.
  • Better customer satisfaction: ISO standards are designed to enable an organisation to serve their customers better and hence increase customer satisfaction. ISO certification enhances customer satisfaction by meeting customer requirements.
  • Improve product quality: Since product quality matches the international level, this can reduce the risk order rejections which can occur due to the flaw in the product.
  • Improve business efficiency: ISO certification implementation enhances functional efficiency of an organisation. ISO certification agency helps you develop SOP’s & work Instructions for all your processes. ISO implementations help to manage the resources effectively, as you become able to utilise all your resources to its maximum extent.
  • Improve marketability: ISO certification helps to improve the credibility of business with a current & new client which leads to creating niche market for business.

Choose the certification and/or training in the desired management systems and stand out from your competitors with confidence.

ISO 37001 ANTI-BRIBERY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
Address bribery and corruption.
The first step of demonstrating your organisation’s commitment to implementing an effective anti-bribery management system is to commit to ISO 37001 training and/or certification.

ISO 19600 COMPLIANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
Comply with confidence.
Gain a competitive advantage and demonstrate your organisation’s commitment to the core principles of any business’s success – good governance company wide and ethical practices.

ISO 31000 RISK MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
Define and fulfil your risk oversight responsibilities.
Checkmate your business risks – guarantee peace of mind and mitigate your organisation’s risks globally.

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