ISO Registration

Advantages

  • Customer satisfaction
  • International credibility
  • Better internal management
  • Globally recognised standard
  • Consistent outcomes

ISO Standards

  • ISO 9001:2015 (QMS)
  • ISO 14001:2015 (EMS)
  • ISO 27001:2013 (ISMS)
  • ISO 20000-1:2018 (ITSMS)
  • ISO 22000:2018 (FSMS)

Introduction

ISO is an International Organization for Standardization that develops & publishes an international standard. ISO consists of representatives from different national standards bodies and aims at improvement in information security and protection of company assets. ISO has catalogued some internationally recognized standards like 9001, 22000, 14000 to bolster the exchange of goods at the international front. ISO certification improves the credibility of the business and helps to get more business. It must be noted that ISO is an autonomous, non-governmental global body with 164 national standards bodies as its members.

Series of the International Organization for Standardization reflect an array of standards for the Quality Management System rooted in the process model. ISO has an answer for all organizations which seek the way to enhance the quality of their goods & services and seamlessly meet the expectations of their customers. An ISO 9000 family is inclusive of renowned standards of ISO to address different aspects of quality management. There are a total of 14 quality management standards.

Details and Documents

To get certified with ISO 13845, ISO 9001, ISO 31000, ISO 50001, ISO/TS 16949, ISO 27000, and all other popular certification acknowledged by Large scale organizations throughout the world, a set of details and documents are required. These are as follows:

Documents Required for Registration

Types of ISO Registration

ISO Registration Process in India

ISO Certification: Prerequisite

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    Selection of an ISO Certification Type

    Selection of an ISO certification type, among the different types of ISO Certification that is appropriate for the business is critical. Some of the IOS types are:
    ISO 9001 2008 – Quality Management
    ISO 14001 – Environmental Management
    ISO 27001 – Information security Management
    ISO 22008 – Food Safety Management and so on.

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    Selection of an ISO Certification Body

    Selection of an authenticated & reliable ISO Certification Body is yet another important prerequisite as ISO itself does not offer any certification to the companies and it has to be done by the external bodies.

ISO Registration Process

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    Fill ISO Registration form

    Selection of an ISO certification type, among the different types of ISO Certification that is appropriate for the business is critical. Some of the IOS types are:
    ISO 9001 2008 – Quality Management
    ISO 14001 – Environmental Management
    ISO 27001 – Information security Management
    ISO 22008 – Food Safety Management and so on.

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    Verification & Submission of Documents

    The submitted document is verified and double-checked and thereafter the same are filed with the concerned ISO Registrar. Once all the documents are submitted online payment is to be made via various payment modes as available. When the ISO registration services are availed by ISO certification consultants, a checklist of documents that need to be submitted for ISO registration, are given to the companies that seek registration. The scanned copy of these documents can be sent by the companies to the ISO certification consultant.

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    ISO Audit

    ISO Audit is verification and examination of your business process records to check the authenticity. The three main types of audits are as follows:-

    • First party audit or internal audit
    • Second-party audit or supplier audit
    • Third-party audit or certification audit
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    ISO Certification

    If the audit goes well i.e. if the company successfully stands the audit, a Certificate is issued to the Company through a courier at their business address.

ISO Registration Benefits

An ISO registration promises the products’ safety and regularity while promoting the international participation and rapport. Some of the benefits of ISO Registration are:

Other benefits of ISO Registration includes the Increased Revenue, Recognition and empowered workers. An array of these advantages makes the ISO Registration- a valuable job.

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FAQs on ISO Registration

It is a kind of seal of approval from the third part body as an indication which shows your company’s credibility and also the instills confidence in your clients.

The cost mainly depends upon the number of employees in your organization along with your products and services. The cost also depends upon the accreditation body and the certification body.

Depending upon the number of employees, certification body calculates the audit mandate the requirement than multiplies it with the auditor manday rate and then adds the accreditation body fees. Some of the certification bodies also charge “file maintenance” charges, administrative charges etc. In addition to the certification you also have to bear the auditors travel and living expenses. You must ensure that arrangements for travel and living are done as per your company standards and not as demanded by auditor or the certification body.

  • PAN Card
  • Passport Size Photo
  • Aadhar Card/ Voter ID Card
  • Two copies of sale bill or purchase bill

The ISO 9001 is a quality management system which can be integrated into any business. It is focused on ensuring that the business delivers a consistent level of quality to the customers by having a well defined and regularly reviewed processes and procedures. This system fully integrates within the existing business procedures and it becomes part of the culture of the organization. Accordingly, a business will not perform a task to conform to the ISO 9001 but it will perform the task for the good of the business. There are eight main business principles covered by the system which are:

  • Customer focus
  • Leadership Involvement of people
  • Process approach
  • System approach to management
  • Continual improvement
  • Factual approach to decision making

Mutually beneficial supplier relationships.

No. it does not ensures that the certified company has an appropriate processes in place in ensure that only good quality products are/ will be delivered to the buyer. But this is not achieved 100%. A buyer may get a faulty product or service.

Yes. the ISO 9001 certification requires an organizations to have a complaint management system.

A certification body also called as registrar is an organization which issues certificate of ISO. An accreditation body is an organization which empowers the certification body to issue the certificate. Generally an accreditation body is a member of an International accreditation forum [IAF] but there are many other “independent” accreditation bodies also.

When you are ISO you will receive a certificate from the certification body bearing a unique certificate number. Using this unique number over accreditation’s body website one can verify that your business is an ISO certified entity.

The ISO audit is a basic tool to check the quality process system of an organization ensuring that the organization is following the requirements as prescribed. Once an ISO certification is granted, the ISO audit needs to be done on an annual basis.