ISO Registration




What is ISO Registration?

In Today’s world, where the quality of standards plays an important role in the marketing of products and establishing the brand power or products market supremacy. Now, the question arises on how to judge the quality of the products? The answer is ISO (International Organization of standardization).






ISO Certification certifies that a Manufacturing process service, management system or documentation procedure has all the requirements for standardization and quality assurance. International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is an independent, international and Non-governmental organization that develops a standard to assure the quality, safety, and efficiency of services, products, and systems. It is a non-governmental body which consists of a total of 148 countries as a member of countries and the Central secretariat of this body is located in Geneva, Switzerland.

The objective of getting you ISO registered is mainly to advance the improvement of standardization in Technology. It improves the credibility of your business as well as helps you to achieve more business. There are a variety of standards that have been set up by ISO (International organization of standardization) but the most famous and mostly used standard are ISO 9000 and ISO 14000

The ISO 9000 standard is meant for quality management. The term quality management means activities organizations do in order to improve customer satisfaction by meeting their requirements and also improving the business. On the other hand, ISO 14000 is a family standard that is related to Environmental management. The primary concern for the environment refers to the activities the organization does to minimize the harmful effects of the activities of the business for the sustenance of the environment in the future.

ISO management system will make you focus on the important areas of your business and help you to improve efficiency. The management processes will help your business to increase its profit and productivity and also enhance customer satisfaction.

ISO certification exists in many areas of Industry from social responsibility and energy management to medical devices and energy management. ISO Certification involves many standards and each certification has separate standards and criteria. Moreover, a majority of ISO standards are specific and to the point and are related to a particular product.

ISO is the main international authority to give quality assurance. It facilitates innovation and also leads to the improvement of any occupation.

Types of ISO certification Standards

  1. ISO 9000 Certification

  2. ISO 9001 Certification

  3. ISO 14001 Certification

  4. ISO 27001 Certification

  5. ISO 13485 Certification

  6. ISO 22000 Certification

Advantages of ISO Certification

Customer satisfaction: ISO standard was designed to help the organization to serve its customers better therefore, increase customer satisfaction. It enhances customer satisfaction by meeting customer requirements.

Increased product quality: ISO Certification helps to ensure the quality of products so that it can be safe at the time of human consumption. This can reduce the risk of rejections which can occur due to the flaw in products.

Improve business efficiency: ISO (International standards organization) improves the functional efficiency of an organization. ISO certification agency helps you develop Work instructions & SOPs for all your processes. It helps you to manage the resources efficiently.

Increased Credibility: This certification increases the value of your company amongst all your competitors as well as also increases your status among your clients.

Expand Marketability: ISO Certification helps to expand your marketability of business with your customers.

Steps for ISO Registration

1. ISO Certificate Application: Apply for application form online. You need to provide complete business details that include the Nature of business, Years of operations, Company address, etc.

2. ISO Audit: ISO audit is conducted on the basis of documents provided. The central company of ISO verifies all the documents and then confirms whether the company is eligible for the ISO certification or not.

3. ISO Decision: ISO Certification decision is taken by the ISO Authority which is based on the defined procedure. After that ISO Certificate is an issue for your organization.

4. ISO yearly renewal: Every year an inspection audit is done to ensure continued adherence to your quality management system to the ISO standards requirements.

Documents required for ISO Certification

  1. Nature of business

  2. Name of firm

  3. PAN card of company/partnership/LLP/Proprietor

  4. Aadhar Card of Directors/partners/proprietors

  5. Address proof of business.

  6. Commodity details

Resolve your Queries

1. What is ISO certification?

ISO certification is a series of the standard that can help your business to work effectively. It is the approval from the 3 rd party that a company runs to one of the internationally recognized management systems. This certification can be used as proof of the company's credibility and also build confidence in the potential client that you will keep your promise.

2. Why it is important?

ISO management system will make you focus on the important areas of your business and help you to improve efficiency. The management processes will help your business to increase its profit and productivity and also enhance customer satisfaction.

3. Why there is a need to implement ISO Certification?

  1. Improve customer satisfaction

  2. Improve product quality and service quality

  3. Reduce defects

  4. Improve Employee satisfaction

  5. Improves Financial performance

4. What does ISO certification cost?

The cost of ISO certification is dependent on the size of the organization. If in case you decide to implement more than one standard and that too at the same time. There will be some preferential fees available. It is a fixed fee organization that means once the formal quotation is given. They will not charge you any extra fee then what is specified.

5. What are the types of ISO standards?

  1. ISO 9000 Certification

  2. ISO 9001 Certification

  3. ISO 14001 Certification

  4. ISO 27001 Certification

  5. ISO 13485 Certification

  6. ISO 22000 Certification

6. Who will issue ISO Certification?

Many people think that ISO grants certification but this isn't true. ISO certification will be granted by any certification body (CB) or Registrar. Make sure before choosing the registrar that they are accredited and should be a member of the International Accreditation Forum (AIF) and also need to be ISO/IEC 17021:2015 Certified.

7. What is the latest version of ISO 9001?

The latest version of ISO 9001 is ISO 9001:2015 which was published by ISO in September.

8. ISO certification is valid for how many years?

On successful completion and submission of ISO documentation audit and implementation Audit. ISO certification will be issued by the certification body for 3 years. After the certificate is issued a surveillance audit is done at the end of the first and second years and the next year will be the Re-certification audit.

9. What if the organization is already certified to ISO 9001: 2008?

You will have transferred your quality management system from ISO 9001:2008 to the new ISO 9001:2015. After the end of September 2018, ISO 9001:2008 certificate will not be valid anymore.

10. We are Two people in an Organization. Can we get the ISO certification?

Yes, ISO certification can be issued irrespective of the size of an organization. Whether the industry is small scale, medium scale, large scale or a very large scale the same clauses of ISO 9001 is applied. The only difference is that for the small organization implementation can be quicker and also easier than that or large organization.





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