Type Of Certification ISO 9001:2015

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ISO 9001:2015 is as per year 2015 Standards

Documents Required for ISO Certification

      a. Pan card of Proprietor / Registration of firm/ Pan Card of Company
      b. Service/Sales Registration Documents
      c. Scope: Deceleration on letter head about the activity of your work with authorized signature and stamp.
      d. Invoice Issued: any two Xerox copy of Invoice Sales or Service
      e. Invoice Received: any two Xerox copy of Invoice Purchase
      f. Incorporation Certificate of Company (in case of Companies)

ISO 9001:2015 is an latest internationally recognized standard for Quality Management Systems (QMS).

It provides a framework and principles for your company to ensure that the common sense approach to running your business in a consistent manner to achieve customer satisfaction.

ISO 9001 is suitable for any organization that wants to improve its operation and is managed, regardless of size or sector. However, the best returns come from companies who are ready to take it throughout the organization rather than individual sites, departments or regions.

The ISO 9001:2015 Standard follows eight quality management principles:

      a. Customer focus
      b. Leadership
      c. Involvement of people
      d. System approach to management
      e. Continual improvement
      f. Factual approach to decision making
      g. Mutually beneficial supplier relationships

Advantage of ISO 9001:2015 Certification

      a. Creates the brand of the organization.
      b. Provides a systematic and visible to the continuous improvement of performance.
      c. Edges over competitors who do not have accreditation.
      d. Increase customer satisfaction and international recognition.
      e. Operation structure of the organization to achieve the desired results.
      f. Helps increase efficiency in the organization.
      g. Improving the coherence of higher education service and product quality levels of customer satisfaction.
      h. Improved productivity, improved customer perception and cost savings
      i. Improved communication effectiveness, morale and competitive advantage with job satisfaction increased marketing and sales opportunities

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UASL is an independent, impartial accreditation body responsible for providing accreditation of conformity assessment bodies (CABs) in the fields of
Management System Certification (ISO 9001, ISO 14001 etc.)
Product Certification (RoHS, CE Marking etc.)
Personnel Certification (LA QMS, EMS and OHS etc.)
Inspection

DAC

DAC (Dubai Accreditation Centre) is IAF Member. Dubai Accreditation Department as per the Law 2/2010 is recognized by the government as the official body in the Emirate of Dubai responsible for assessing and accrediting the competence of organizations in the field of calibration, testing, inspection and certification of management systems, products and personnel according to international standards.

EGAC

The Egyptian Accreditation Council, EGAC is established by the Presidential Decree number 3/12/1996 and re-organized by the Presidential Decree number 24/8/2006 as the sole national body for the assessment and accreditation of conformity assessment bodies in Egypt performing testing/ calibration Laboratories, inspection and certification of products & systems as well as personnel. EGAC is headed by the Minister of Trade & Industry and governed by a board of 14 members, representing all stakeholders and concerned bodies.

UKAS

ISO/IEC to organisations providing certification of management systems products, services and personnel. It is UK Based Accreditation Body.

NABCB

The National Accreditation Board for Certification Bodies (NABCB) undertakes assessment of Certification and Inspection Bodies applying for accreditation as per the Board's criteria in line with international standards and guidelines. The Board offers accreditation to the Certification bodies and Inspection Bodies

Type Of Certification ISO 14001:2015

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ISO 14001:2015 is as per year 2015 Standards

Documents Required for ISO Certification

      a. Pan card of Proprietor / Registration of firm/ Pan Card of Company
      b. Service/Sales Registration Documents
      c. Scope: Deceleration on letter head about the activity of your work with authorized signature and stamp.
      d. Invoice Issued: any two Xerox copy of Invoice Sales or Service
      e. Invoice Received: any two Xerox copy of Invoice Purchase
      f. Incorporation Certificate of Company (in case of Companies)

ISO 14001:2015 specifies requirements for Environmental Management System (EMS) for any organization that seeks to demonstrate compliance with laws and regulations, and conformity to environmental policy and stated objectives, 

ISO 14001: 2015 supports environmental protection and the prevention of pollution in the socio-economic balance.

It offers companies a framework for management of environmental activities and concerns of all types and sizes of production operations and service, including one site with large multinational companies, companies with high-risk to low risk service organizations, production, processing and service sectors, including local governments, all sectors of industry, as the public and the private sector, equipment manufacturers and their suppliers.

Five Key Phases:

      Phase 1: Establishing the environmental goals (policy).
      Phase 2: Planning the elements of the EMS.
      Phase 3: Implementing the EMS.
      Phase 4: Checking for any problems and correcting them.
      Phase 5: Evaluating the effectiveness of the EMS and improving it, and launching into a new cycle of improvement.

Benefits of ISO 14001

Reduce costs of waste management, energy savings and greater compliance with the materials is generally lower for less accidents competitive best use of the resource framework for continuous improvement of its environmental performance to improve corporate image, the authorities regulators, customers and environmental responsibility of citizens.

Ensure commitment to maintain and develop the environment to reduce the events that can be harmful in the long run for the job and responsibility for natural resources and energy and helps to get the necessary consent of the sharing of solutions for the & environment and improve business and public relations sector.

Evaluate system performance monitoring and management of defects in the proper management.

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UASL is an independent, impartial accreditation body responsible for providing accreditation of conformity assessment bodies (CABs) in the fields of
Management System Certification (ISO 9001, ISO 14001 etc.)
Product Certification (RoHS, CE Marking etc.)
Personnel Certification (LA QMS, EMS and OHS etc.)
Inspection

DAC

DAC (Dubai Accreditation Centre) is IAF Member. Dubai Accreditation Department as per the Law 2/2010 is recognized by the government as the official body in the Emirate of Dubai responsible for assessing and accrediting the competence of organizations in the field of calibration, testing, inspection and certification of management systems, products and personnel according to international standards.

EGAC

The Egyptian Accreditation Council, EGAC is established by the Presidential Decree number 3/12/1996 and re-organized by the Presidential Decree number 24/8/2006 as the sole national body for the assessment and accreditation of conformity assessment bodies in Egypt performing testing/ calibration Laboratories, inspection and certification of products & systems as well as personnel. EGAC is headed by the Minister of Trade & Industry and governed by a board of 14 members, representing all stakeholders and concerned bodies.

UKAS

ISO/IEC to organisations providing certification of management systems products, services and personnel. It is UK Based Accreditation Body.

NABCB

The National Accreditation Board for Certification Bodies (NABCB) undertakes assessment of Certification and Inspection Bodies applying for accreditation as per the Board's criteria in line with international standards and guidelines. The Board offers accreditation to the Certification bodies and Inspection Bodies

Type Of Certification ISO 13485:2003

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ISO 13485:2003 is as per year 2003 Standards

ISO 13485 is an internationally recognized standard for Quality Management Systems (QMS) for Medical devices 

It represents the requirements of a comprehensive management system for the design and manufacture of medical devices.

Documents Required for ISO Certification

      a. Pan card of Proprietor / Registration of firm/ Pan Card of Company
      b. Service/Sales Registration Documents
      c. Scope: Deceleration on letter head about the activity of your work with authorized signature and stamp.
      d. Invoice Issued: any two Xerox copy of Invoice Sales or Service
      e. Invoice Received: any two Xerox copy of Invoice Purchase
      f. Incorporation Certificate of Company (in case of Companies)

 

Objective of ISO 13485

Its Objective was to facilitate harmonised medical device regulatory requirements for quality management systems.

ISO 13485 is a standalone standard. It is largely based on the structure of ISO 9001, but

Includes particular requirements for medical devices

  1. risk analysis,
  2. sterile manufacturing and
  3. traceability

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UK-UASL Certificate

UASL is an independent, impartial accreditation body responsible for providing accreditation of conformity assessment bodies (CABs) in the fields of
Management System Certification (ISO 9001, ISO 14001 etc.)
Product Certification (RoHS, CE Marking etc.)
Personnel Certification (LA QMS, EMS and OHS etc.)
Inspection

DAC

DAC (Dubai Accreditation Centre) is IAF Member. Dubai Accreditation Department as per the Law 2/2010 is recognized by the government as the official body in the Emirate of Dubai responsible for assessing and accrediting the competence of organizations in the field of calibration, testing, inspection and certification of management systems, products and personnel according to international standards.

EGAC

The Egyptian Accreditation Council, EGAC is established by the Presidential Decree number 3/12/1996 and re-organized by the Presidential Decree number 24/8/2006 as the sole national body for the assessment and accreditation of conformity assessment bodies in Egypt performing testing/ calibration Laboratories, inspection and certification of products & systems as well as personnel. EGAC is headed by the Minister of Trade & Industry and governed by a board of 14 members, representing all stakeholders and concerned bodies.

UKAS

ISO/IEC to organisations providing certification of management systems products, services and personnel. It is UK Based Accreditation Body.

NABCB

The National Accreditation Board for Certification Bodies (NABCB) undertakes assessment of Certification and Inspection Bodies applying for accreditation as per the Board's criteria in line with international standards and guidelines. The Board offers accreditation to the Certification bodies and Inspection Bodies

Type Of Certification ISO TS 16949:2009

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ISO 16949:2009 is as per year 2009 Standards

ISO/TS 16949:2009  is an internationally recognized standard for Quality Management Systems (QMS) for automotive production and relevant service part organizations

Documents Required for ISO Certification

      a. Pan card of Proprietor / Registration of firm/ Pan Card of Company
      b. Service/Sales Registration Documents
      c. Scope: Deceleration on letter head about the activity of your work with authorized signature and stamp.
      d. Invoice Issued: any two Xerox copy of Invoice Sales or Service
      e. Invoice Received: any two Xerox copy of Invoice Purchase
      f. Incorporation Certificate of Company (in case of Companies)

Focus:

Design and development, production and, when relevant, installation and service of automotive-related products.

Applicablility

  • Applicable to sites of the organization where customer-specified parts, for production and/or service, are manufactured.
  • Supporting functions(such as design centres, corporate headquarters and distribution centres) cannot obtain stand-alone certification,
  • can be applied throughout the automotive supply chain.

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UASL is an independent, impartial accreditation body responsible for providing accreditation of conformity assessment bodies (CABs) in the fields of
Management System Certification (ISO 9001, ISO 14001 etc.)
Product Certification (RoHS, CE Marking etc.)
Personnel Certification (LA QMS, EMS and OHS etc.)
Inspection

DAC

DAC (Dubai Accreditation Centre) is IAF Member. Dubai Accreditation Department as per the Law 2/2010 is recognized by the government as the official body in the Emirate of Dubai responsible for assessing and accrediting the competence of organizations in the field of calibration, testing, inspection and certification of management systems, products and personnel according to international standards.

EGAC

The Egyptian Accreditation Council, EGAC is established by the Presidential Decree number 3/12/1996 and re-organized by the Presidential Decree number 24/8/2006 as the sole national body for the assessment and accreditation of conformity assessment bodies in Egypt performing testing/ calibration Laboratories, inspection and certification of products & systems as well as personnel. EGAC is headed by the Minister of Trade & Industry and governed by a board of 14 members, representing all stakeholders and concerned bodies.

UKAS

ISO/IEC to organisations providing certification of management systems products, services and personnel. It is UK Based Accreditation Body.

NABCB

The National Accreditation Board for Certification Bodies (NABCB) undertakes assessment of Certification and Inspection Bodies applying for accreditation as per the Board's criteria in line with international standards and guidelines. The Board offers accreditation to the Certification bodies and Inspection Bodies

Type Of Certification OHSAS 18001:2007

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OHSAS 18001 is as per year 2007 Standards

Documents Required for ISO Certification

      a. Pan card of Proprietor / Registration of firm/ Pan Card of Company
      b. Service/Sales Registration Documents
      c. Scope: Deceleration on letter head about the activity of your work with authorized signature and stamp.
      d. Invoice Issued: any two Xerox copy of Invoice Sales or Service
      e. Invoice Received: any two Xerox copy of Invoice Purchase
      f. Incorporation Certificate of Company (in case of Companies)

OHSAS 18001 is an internationally recognized standard for Occupational Health and Safety

Structure of OHSAS 18001

OHSAS 18001 is structured in the same way as the ISO 14001 environmental management system, and is roughly the same elements. It has been specially developed to be compatible with the ISO 9001 quality system and ISO 14001 to allow companies to develop and register integrated quality systems, environmental and occupational health.

Benefits of OHSAS 18001 Certification:

  1. Reduce the number of personal injuries, workplace hazards through prevention and control.
  2. Ensure staff well-trained and enthusiastic to meet the growing expectations of employees.
  3. Reduce physical damage caused by accidents and production interruptions.
  4. Serve the possibility of an integrated management system, such as quality, environment and health and safety.
  5. Ensure that appropriate legislation is addressed and acted upon.
  6. Meeting the increasing importance of Public Safety's image.

 

Integrated ISO 9001, ISO 14001 & OHSAS 18001 System

  • There are several common elements between the three systems, such as management review, document control, corrective action and the need for qualified personnel.
  • These can be integrated into a single, common or a combination of the foregoing.
  • Review of communication systems are available and can be the best method for some companies.
  • Integrated systems not only help an organization internally, reducing duplication and provide a centralized control system of records, but can also offer financial benefits for your company audit by a third party.

 

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UASL is an independent, impartial accreditation body responsible for providing accreditation of conformity assessment bodies (CABs) in the fields of
Management System Certification (ISO 9001, ISO 14001 etc.)
Product Certification (RoHS, CE Marking etc.)
Personnel Certification (LA QMS, EMS and OHS etc.)
Inspection

DAC

DAC (Dubai Accreditation Centre) is IAF Member. Dubai Accreditation Department as per the Law 2/2010 is recognized by the government as the official body in the Emirate of Dubai responsible for assessing and accrediting the competence of organizations in the field of calibration, testing, inspection and certification of management systems, products and personnel according to international standards.

EGAC

The Egyptian Accreditation Council, EGAC is established by the Presidential Decree number 3/12/1996 and re-organized by the Presidential Decree number 24/8/2006 as the sole national body for the assessment and accreditation of conformity assessment bodies in Egypt performing testing/ calibration Laboratories, inspection and certification of products & systems as well as personnel. EGAC is headed by the Minister of Trade & Industry and governed by a board of 14 members, representing all stakeholders and concerned bodies.

UKAS

ISO/IEC to organisations providing certification of management systems products, services and personnel. It is UK Based Accreditation Body.

NABCB

The National Accreditation Board for Certification Bodies (NABCB) undertakes assessment of Certification and Inspection Bodies applying for accreditation as per the Board's criteria in line with international standards and guidelines. The Board offers accreditation to the Certification bodies and Inspection Bodies

Type Of Certification ISO 22000:2005 FSMS

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ISO 22000:2005 is as per year 2005 Standards

Documents Required for ISO Certification

      a. Pan card of Proprietor / Registration of firm/ Pan Card of Company
      b. Service/Sales Registration Documents
      c. Scope: Deceleration on letter head about the activity of your work with authorized signature and stamp.
      d. Invoice Issued: any two Xerox copy of Invoice Sales or Service
      e. Invoice Received: any two Xerox copy of Invoice Purchase
      f. Incorporation Certificate of Company (in case of Companies)

ISO 22000:2005 is applcable for Food Safety management System (FSMS)

ISO 22000:2005 specifies requirements for a food safety management system where an organization in the food chain needs to demonstrate its ability to control food safety hazards in order to ensure that food is safe at the time of human consumption.It is applicable to all organizations, regardless of size, which are involved in any aspect of the food chain and want to implement systems that consistently provide safe products. The means of meeting any requirements of ISO 22000:2005 can be accomplished through the use of internal and/or external resources.

Benefits of ISO 22000

ISO 22000 specifies the systematic structure of a process-oriented management system for information security. It also specifies the requirements for such a system. This comprehensive approach offers many decisive advantages:

      a. Demonstrate an organisation’s commitment to food safety
      b. Ensure control, at all stages of the food supply chain, are in place to prevent food safety hazards
      c. Embed and improve the internal processes needed to provide consistently safe food
      d. Provide a framework for management commitment, supplier and customer communication and continuous improvement of the food safety system
      e. Provide confidence to customers and other stakeholders that you have the ability to control food safety hazards and provide safe products
      f. Provide a means of continual improvement that ensures the food safety management system is reviewed and updated, so that all activities related to food safety remain safe and effective

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UK-UASL Certificate

UASL is an independent, impartial accreditation body responsible for providing accreditation of conformity assessment bodies (CABs) in the fields of
Management System Certification (ISO 9001, ISO 14001 etc.)
Product Certification (RoHS, CE Marking etc.)
Personnel Certification (LA QMS, EMS and OHS etc.)
Inspection

DAC

DAC (Dubai Accreditation Centre) is IAF Member. Dubai Accreditation Department as per the Law 2/2010 is recognized by the government as the official body in the Emirate of Dubai responsible for assessing and accrediting the competence of organizations in the field of calibration, testing, inspection and certification of management systems, products and personnel according to international standards.

EGAC

The Egyptian Accreditation Council, EGAC is established by the Presidential Decree number 3/12/1996 and re-organized by the Presidential Decree number 24/8/2006 as the sole national body for the assessment and accreditation of conformity assessment bodies in Egypt performing testing/ calibration Laboratories, inspection and certification of products & systems as well as personnel. EGAC is headed by the Minister of Trade & Industry and governed by a board of 14 members, representing all stakeholders and concerned bodies.

UKAS

ISO/IEC to organisations providing certification of management systems products, services and personnel. It is UK Based Accreditation Body.

NABCB

The National Accreditation Board for Certification Bodies (NABCB) undertakes assessment of Certification and Inspection Bodies applying for accreditation as per the Board's criteria in line with international standards and guidelines. The Board offers accreditation to the Certification bodies and Inspection Bodies

Type Of Certification ISO 9001:2008

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ISO 9001:2008 is as per year 2008 Standards

ISO 9001:2008 is an internationally recognized standard for Quality Management Systems (QMS).

It provides a framework and principles for your company to ensure that the common sense approach to running your business in a consistent manner to achieve customer satisfaction.

ISO 9001 is suitable for any organization that wants to improve its operation and is managed, regardless of size or sector. However, the best returns come from companies who are ready to take it throughout the organization rather than individual sites, departments or regions.

The ISO 9001:2008 Standard follows eight quality management principles:

  • Customer focus
  • Leadership
  • Involvement of people
  • System approach to management
  • Continual improvement
  • Factual approach to decision making
  • Mutually beneficial supplier relationships

Advantage of ISO 9001:2008 Certification

  • Creates the brand of the organization.
  • Provides a systematic and visible to the continuous improvement of performance.
  • Edges over competitors who do not have accreditation.
  • Increase customer satisfaction and international recognition.
  • Operation structure of the organization to achieve the desired results.
  • Helps increase efficiency in the organization.
  • Improving the coherence of higher education service and product quality levels of customer satisfaction.
  • Improved productivity, improved customer perception and cost savings
  • Improved communication effectiveness, morale and competitive advantage with job satisfaction increased marketing and sales opportunities

 

Need Help From Experts ?

JAS-ANZ

JAS-ANZ is the government-appointed accreditation body for Australia and New Zealand responsible for providing accreditation of conformity assessment bodies (CABs) in the fields of certification and inspection.

UK-UASL Certificate

UASL is an independent, impartial accreditation body responsible for providing accreditation of conformity assessment bodies (CABs) in the fields of
Management System Certification (ISO 9001, ISO 14001 etc.)
Product Certification (RoHS, CE Marking etc.)
Personnel Certification (LA QMS, EMS and OHS etc.)
Inspection

DAC

DAC (Dubai Accreditation Centre) is IAF Member. Dubai Accreditation Department as per the Law 2/2010 is recognized by the government as the official body in the Emirate of Dubai responsible for assessing and accrediting the competence of organizations in the field of calibration, testing, inspection and certification of management systems, products and personnel according to international standards.

EGAC

The Egyptian Accreditation Council, EGAC is established by the Presidential Decree number 3/12/1996 and re-organized by the Presidential Decree number 24/8/2006 as the sole national body for the assessment and accreditation of conformity assessment bodies in Egypt performing testing/ calibration Laboratories, inspection and certification of products & systems as well as personnel. EGAC is headed by the Minister of Trade & Industry and governed by a board of 14 members, representing all stakeholders and concerned bodies.

UKAS

ISO/IEC to organisations providing certification of management systems products, services and personnel. It is UK Based Accreditation Body.

NABCB

The National Accreditation Board for Certification Bodies (NABCB) undertakes assessment of Certification and Inspection Bodies applying for accreditation as per the Board's criteria in line with international standards and guidelines. The Board offers accreditation to the Certification bodies and Inspection Bodies

Type Of Certification ISO 22001:2011

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ISO 22000:2011 is as per year 2011 Standards

Documents Required for ISO Certification

      a. Pan card of Proprietor / Registration of firm/ Pan Card of Company
      b. Service/Sales Registration Documents
      c. Scope: Deceleration on letter head about the activity of your work with authorized signature and stamp.
      d. Invoice Issued: any two Xerox copy of Invoice Sales or Service
      e. Invoice Received: any two Xerox copy of Invoice Purchase
      f. Incorporation Certificate of Company (in case of Companies)

Our Prices for ISO 20001:2011

      a. UK-UASL will cost Rs 22000
      b. JAS-ANZ will cost Rs 30000
      c. UKAS will cost Rs 100000

ISO 20001:2011 is applcable for Information Technology Management System

ISO 20001:2011 is Applicable on those Industries who are dealing Information Technology Services and depending on Information Technology Services Suppliers to carry out it’s Business Activities, or simply wishes to Improve IT Services Management Systems.

It is an organizational approach to information Technology Mamagement.

Implementation of ISO 20001 by setting up of internal processes gives confidence to customers that you have taken necessary precautions to protect sensitive information against unauthorized access and changes.

Benefits of ISO 20001

ISO 20001 specifies the systematic structure of a process-oriented management system for information security. It also specifies the requirements for such a system. This comprehensive approach offers many decisive advantages:

  • a. Achieve international best practice standards of IT service management
  • b. Develop IT services that are driven by and support business objectives
  • c. Integrate people, processes and technology to support business goals
  • d. Put in place controls to measure and maintain consistent levels of service ISO/IEC 2000 is compatible with ITIL to support continual improvement
  • e. Establish an on-going culture of continual improvement and learning within an organization, providing a target to achieve and maintain. This leads to continual improvement in the quality of IT services provided and increased business and customer confidence in the service provider and their ability to deliver.
  • f. Ensure that organizations focus on the implementation of a set of integrated processes and solutions that are appropriate, suitable and effective in meeting the needs of the business processes, the customers and the users they serve.

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UASL is an independent, impartial accreditation body responsible for providing accreditation of conformity assessment bodies (CABs) in the fields of
Management System Certification (ISO 9001, ISO 14001 etc.)
Product Certification (RoHS, CE Marking etc.)
Personnel Certification (LA QMS, EMS and OHS etc.)
Inspection

DAC

DAC (Dubai Accreditation Centre) is IAF Member. Dubai Accreditation Department as per the Law 2/2010 is recognized by the government as the official body in the Emirate of Dubai responsible for assessing and accrediting the competence of organizations in the field of calibration, testing, inspection and certification of management systems, products and personnel according to international standards.

EGAC

The Egyptian Accreditation Council, EGAC is established by the Presidential Decree number 3/12/1996 and re-organized by the Presidential Decree number 24/8/2006 as the sole national body for the assessment and accreditation of conformity assessment bodies in Egypt performing testing/ calibration Laboratories, inspection and certification of products & systems as well as personnel. EGAC is headed by the Minister of Trade & Industry and governed by a board of 14 members, representing all stakeholders and concerned bodies.

UKAS

ISO/IEC to organisations providing certification of management systems products, services and personnel. It is UK Based Accreditation Body.

NABCB

The National Accreditation Board for Certification Bodies (NABCB) undertakes assessment of Certification and Inspection Bodies applying for accreditation as per the Board's criteria in line with international standards and guidelines. The Board offers accreditation to the Certification bodies and Inspection Bodies

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Yes. ISO 9001 certification requires organizations to have a complaint management system..
A certification body [also called a registrar] is a organization which issues certificate. An accreditation body is an organization which authorises the certifcation body to issue the certificate. Normally an accreditation body is an member of International accreditation forum [IAF] but there are many “independent” accreditation bodies also.

 

An ISO standard is a documented agreement containing technical specifications or other precise criteria to be used consistently as rules, guidelines, or definitions of characteristics to ensure that materials, products, processes and services are fit for their purpose. It is a living agreement that can have a profound influence on things that deserve to be taken seriously - such as the safety, reliability and efficiency of machinery and tools, means of transport, toys, medical devices, and so on..
All strategic decisions are referred to the ISO members, who meet for an annual General Assembly. The proposals put to the members are developed by the ISO Council, drawn from the membership as a whole, which resembles the board of directors of a business organization. Council meets twice a year and its membership is rotated to ensure that it is representative of ISO's membership. Operations are managed by a Secretary-General, which is a permanent appointment. The Secretary-General reports to a President who is a prominent figure in standardization or in business, elected for two years. For more information, see our section on structure and governance..
When the large majority of products or services in a particular business or industry sector conform to International Standards, a state of industry-wide standardization can be said to exist. This is achieved through consensus agreements between national delegations representing all the economic stakeholders concerned - suppliers, users and, often, governments. They agree on specifications and criteria to be applied consistently in the classification of materials, the manufacture of products and the provision of services. In this way, International Standards provide a reference framework, or a common technological language, between suppliers and their customers - which facilitates trade and t.
Facts and figures about our membership, the sectors we work in and the standards we publish can be found in ISO in figures and the ISO Annual Report..
The first step to verify a genuine certificate is to ask the company to give you a copy of certificate. Next you can ask the company which issued the certificate. We also provide certificate verification service. This is a chargeable service..
No. ISO 9000 / 9001 or quality management system certification ensures that certified company has appropriate processes in place in ensure that only good quality products are delivered to the buyer. But this is not achieved 100%. A buyer can get a faulty product or service..