ISO 9001:2015 (Rs.2500/-)
Know about ISO 9001 Certification?
ISO 9001 requirements are general and designed to apply to all organizations, regardless of their type and size, or the products and services offered. The most approved first ISO standard on the world market. It can be implemented in all areas of the industry and will help improve existing management processes to enable organizations to compete locally and / or globally. It helps to meet regulatory requirements and effectively implements the system to deliver real benefits to your customers.
The global adoption of ISO 9001 is due to several factors. Many major buyers require their suppliers to hold ISO 9001 certification. In addition to the benefits offered by many stakeholders, several studies have identified significant financial benefits for ISO 9001 certified organizations. A survey was done in 2011. The British Assessment Bureau showed that 44% of their certified customers had won new business.
Undertaking to increase the customer satisfaction index through effective application of the system, including the assurance of not producing all processes of continuous improvement of the system and non-conformance of the product or services.
Currently, on the market, there are two versions of ISO 9001:
(1) ISO 9001:2008
(2) ISO 9001:2015
(1) ISO 9001:2008
This standard was published on 14 November 2008 and is working on the following main streams:
» quality management system
» Management commitment
» resource management
» Product realization
» Measures, analysis and improvement
This standard is based on the following eight management principles: -
» Customer orientation
» Add people
» Process approach
» Systemic approach to management
» Continuous Improvement
» Factual approach to decision making
» Mutually beneficial relationship with the provider
ISO 9001 is a standard that defines the requirements of a quality management system.
» Must indicate its ability to consistently deliver a product or service that meets customer requirements and related legal and regulatory requirements, and»
» Undertaking to increase the customer satisfaction index through effective application of the system, including assurance of all processes of continuous improvement of the system and non-conformance of the product or services.»
(2) ISO 9001: 2015
This standard is published on September 23, 2016. The most notable change to the standard is its new 10-segment structure. It follows the same general structure as other ISO management system standards (known as the high-level structure) and another major difference is the emphasis on risk-based thinking.
Following are the main sections: -
» Organization Reference
» The direction
» Performance Evaluation
» Continuous Improvement This standard ensures alignment and integration of the quality management system with your goals.
» Leadership this promotes greater involvement of management in the quality management system of the organization, which helps motivate employees towards declared goals and strategic objectives.
» Risk management also offers a "risk-based approach". It focuses on organizational resources, the cause of most concern in the regions.
» Performance Measurement Effective performance measurement and self-administration can lead to higher levels of innovation, employee loyalty, and customer satisfaction. Also better financial performance.
» Integration At first glance, the general high-level structure for all new and revised management system standards.
How / what is the procedure for ISO certification?
To obtain ISO certification, please fill out the form below and our team will contact you.
» Step 1 Customer request
» Step 2 Complete the application form
» Step 3: Approval of agreement
» Step 4 Step 1 Audit
» Step 5 See the first step to shut down CN
» Step 6 - Step 2 - Audit
» Phase 7 - Phase 2 CN Completion Audit
» Step 8: Issue the certificate