What is ISO Certification
ISO certification is a seal of approval from a third party body that a company runs to one of the international standards developed and published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
The ISO are an independent, non-governmental international organization who brings together experts to share knowledge and develop international standards that support innovation and provide solutions to global challenges. Functional performance of enterprises is progressed through acquiring ISO Certification. Standard Operating Procedure and planning commands may be evolved through ISO Certification. Implementation of ISO in an corporation manages the assets efficiently.
Why would I want ISO certification?
ISO certification shows your key stakeholders
that you have a well-run business that has structure, is stable and ready for
Each ISO standard has its own benefits, for example:
- ISO 9001 helps put your customers first
- ISO 27001 protects your systems, data and reputation
- ISO 14001 reduces your environmental impact
- ISO 45001 helps you protect your people
- ISO 22301 protects your business from disruption
Common benefits across all ISO standards
- Increased efficiency
- Reduced costs
- Improved customer
- More engaged employees
- Reduced risks
- Reduced insurance
- Helps with tendering
By maintaining an ISO certification you are proving your organizations commitment to achieving your objectives and increasing the credibility and customer confidence in your product or service.