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ISO 9001(Quality Management System)

ISO 9001 is the internationally recognized standard for Quality Management Systems (QMS). It is the most widely used QMS standard in the world, with over 1.1 million certificates issued to organizations in 178 countries. ISO 9001 provides a framework and set of principles that ensure a common-sense approach to the management of your organization to consistently satisfy customers and other stakeholders. In simple terms, it provides the basis for effective processes and effective people to deliver an effective product or service, time after time. ISO 9001:2015 is compatible with other management systems, such as ISO 14001, ISO 45001, ISO 22000, ISO 27001etc, making it more effective and efficient to integrate management systems. Some of the common benefits of ISO 9001 System and Certification are enhanced Customer Satisfaction, Product Improvement, Process Improvement, Operational Efficiency, Internal Auditing by own staff, Risk Reduction, Training and competence of staff, Brand Reputation etc.

ISO 14001(Environmental Management System)

ISO 14001 is the international standard for environmental management systems (EMS) and the most widely used EMS standard in the world, with over 360,000 ISO 14001 certificates issued globally. ISO 14001 is the principal management system standard which specifies the requirements for the formulation and maintenance of an EMS. This helps to control your environmental aspects, reduce impacts and ensure legal compliance. Nearly any business can benefit from achieving certification to ISO 14001 standards. The certification is broad enough to offer significant benefits to organizations in any industry or sector, while still providing a specific framework for implementing relevant sustainable practices.

ISO 45001(Occupational Safety Management System)

ISO 45001 is the international standard for occupational health and safety, issued to protect employees and visitors from work-related accidents and diseases. ISO 45001 certification helps to mitigate any factors that can cause employees and businesses irreparable harm. ISO 45001 was designed to take care of other existing occupational health and safety standards, such as OHSAS 18001, ILO’s labor standards, conventions and safety guidelines. Especially geared toward senior management, ISO 45001 has the ultimate goal of helping businesses provide a healthy and safe working environment for their employees and everyone else who visits the workplace. This goal can be achieved by controlling factors that could potentially lead to injury, illness and — in extreme situations — even death. As a result, ISO 45001 is concerned with mitigating any factors that are harmful or that pose a danger to workers’ physical and/or mental well-being. Thousands of workers lose their lives each day due to preventable instances of adverse workplace conditions. In fact, according to the ISO and ILO (International Labor Organization) more than 2.7 million deaths occur globally due to occupational accidents, in addition to 374 million non-fatal injuries each year.

AS 9100 (Aerospace Quality Management System)

The standard for organizations that design, develop, or provide aviation, space, and defense products and services including parts, components and assemblies. AS9100 standardizes quality management system requirements for aerospace organizations. It can be used at all levels of the supply chain by organizations around the world, to improve quality, cost, and delivery performance. This is accomplished through the reduction or elimination of organization-unique requirements, effective implementation of the quality management system, and wider application of good practices.

AS9110(Aerospace Quality Management System – Maintenance)

AS9110 is the standard for repair stations and is based on AS9100 but adds specific requirements that are critical for the maintenance of commercial, private, and military aircrafts. This standard is intended for use by organizations whose primary business is providing maintenance or continuing airworthiness management services for civil or military aviation articles and products and by original equipment manufacturers with maintenance, repair, and overhaul operations that are operated autonomously, or that are substantially different from their production operations.

ISO 50001(Energy Management System)

ISO 50001 is the international standard for Energy Management providing the most robust framework for optimizing energy efficiency in public and private sector organizations. ISO 50001 certification demonstrates an organization’s commitment to continual improvement in energy management, allowing them to lead by example within their respective industries and ensure related legislative and regulatory requirements are met.

ISO 22000 (Food Safety Management System)

ISO 22000 sets out the requirements for a food safety management system (FSMS) and can be certified to it. It maps out what an organization needs to do to demonstrate its ability to control food safety hazards in order to ensure that food is safe. It can be used by any organization regardless of its size or position in the food chain. The global food industry is constantly developing and there is a need for a generic standard as ISO 22000 to fit the entire food chain from primary production to consumer. ISO 22000 has the advantage over the many private standards as it covers the whole organization. ISO 22000 contributes to ensure food safety hazards throughout the whole food chain from farm-to-fork. This becomes essential as hazards occur at any stage of the food chain. ISO 22000 accommodates communication along the food chain and within the organization. Communication is substantial to secure that all relevant food safety hazards are identified and adequately controlled at each step within the food chain. This implies communication between organizations both upstream and downstream in the food chain. The aim of ISO 22000 is to harmonize on a global level the requirements for food safety management for organizations within the food chain. It is particularly intended for application by organizations that seek a more focused, coherent and integrated food safety management system than is normally required by law. It requires the organization to meet any applicable food safety related statutory and regulatory requirements through its food safety management system.


Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) is an internationally recognized method of identifying and managing food safety related risk and, when central to an active food safety program, can provide your customers, the public, and regulatory agencies assurance that a food safety program is well managed. HACCP is a management system in which food safety is addressed through the analysis and control of biological, chemical, and physical hazards from raw material production, procurement and handling, to manufacturing, distribution and consumption of the finished product. Today, many of the world’s best manufacturers and vendors use the system as a basis for their food safety management programs. A food safety program, however, does not just stop with HACCP. To be effective, prerequisite programs such as pest control, traceability & recall, hygiene and sanitation need to be developed and implemented. Additionally, the issue of ensuring that suppliers and distributors also have a food safety program needs to be addressed through development of ingredient specifications and a vendor assurance system.

ISO 22301(Business Continuity Management System)

ISO 22301 specifies requirements to plan, establish, implement, operate, monitor, review, maintain and continually improve a documented management system to protect against, reduce the likelihood of occurrence, prepare for, respond to, and recover from disruptive incidents when they arise. The requirements specified in ISO 22301 are generic and intended to be applicable to all organizations, or parts thereof, regardless of type, size and nature of the organization. The extent of application of these requirements depends on the organization’s operating environment and complexity.

ISO 20000-1(IT Service Management System)

This standard specifies requirements for an organization to establish, implement, maintain and continually improve the service management system (SMS). The requirements specified include the planning, design, transition, delivery and improvement of services to meet the service requirements and deliver value. This can be used by: a) a customer seeking services and requiring assurance regarding the quality of those services; b) a customer requiring a consistent approach to the service lifecycle by all its service providers, including those in a supply chain; c) an organization to demonstrate its capability for the planning, design, transition, delivery and improvement of services. d) an organization to monitor, measure and review its SMS and the services. e) an organization to improve the planning, design, transition, delivery and improvement of services through effective implementation and operation of an SMS.

ISO 27001(Information Security Management System)

ISO 27001 is the international standard that provides a framework for Information Security Management Systems (ISMS) to provide continued confidentiality, integrity and availability of information as well as legal compliance. ISO 27001 certification is essential for protecting your most vital assets like employee and client information, brand image and other private information. The ISO standard includes a process-based approach to initiating, implementing, operating and maintaining your ISMS. ISO 27001 implementation is an ideal solution to customer and legal requirements and potential security threats ISO 27001 standard is also compatible with other management systems standards, such as ISO 9001, Achieving accredited ISO 27001 certification shows that your organization is dedicated to the best practices of information security. Additionally, ISO 27001 certification provides you with an expert evaluation of whether your organization’s information is adequately protected.

ISO 13485 – Medical Device Quality Management System

ISO 13485 is the medical industry’s optimal medical device standard, which ensures that all medical devices meet the proper regulatory compliance laws and customer needs. Certification to this standard is a valuable credential put in place to keep professionals and customers safe in clinics, hospitals and other medical settings. ISO 13485 is based on the ISO 9001 process model approach and is a management systems standard specifically developed for the manufacture of medical devices. Its primary objective is to facilitate harmonized medical device regulatory requirements. The standard contains specific requirements for manufacture, installation and servicing of medical devices and calls for: Implementation of a Quality Management System with several enhancements Risk Management approach to product development and product realization Validation of processes Compliance with statutory and regulatory requirements Effective product traceability and recall systems This standard allows companies to reduce safety and legal risks while creating more economical work environments. As an internationally recognised standard of quality and safety for medical device manufacturing, having ISO 13485 certification helps companies get recognised as more reputable, trustworthy providers. The most recent version of ISO 13485 is reviewed every five years and revised according to the new requirements and needs of the industry. ISO 13485 has seen a 33.1% increase in worldwide certificates in 2020, showing the growth and importance of accredited certification.

FSSC 22000 (Food Safety System Certification)

Food Safety System Certification (FSSC) 22000 is an internationally accepted certification scheme based on a combination of ISO 22000 sector specific Prerequisite Programs (PRP) and FSSC additional requirements. FSSC 22000 has been developed in respond to customer demands for a recognizable standard against which a food safety management system can be audited and certified. FSSC 22000 was given Global Recognition by the GFSI (Global Food Safety Initiative), as well as other food safety schemes such as BRC or IFS. The certification scheme is owned by the Foundation for Food Safety Certification. FSSC 22000 has been developed for the certification of food safety systems, which guarantee the safety of products during primary production of animal products, manufacture of perishable animal and/or vegetable products, products with a long shelf life and (other) food ingredients like additives, vitamins and bio-cultures, animal food and feed production and food packaging manufacturing, and recently included catering, retail/wholesale and transport and storage services.

GMP-Good Manufacturing Practices

GMP, an acronym that stands for Good Manufacturing Practices, establishes the operational conditions and requirements necessary to ensure hygiene throughout the food /cosmetic chain and for the production thereof. GMP consists of guidelines that define management and handling actions, with the purpose of ensuring favorable conditions for the production of safe food/cosmetics. They are also useful for the design and operation of establishments and for the development of processes and products related to food/cosmetics. GMP includes many basic operational conditions and procedures that are required to be met by the food /cosmetics company.

ISO 55001- Asset Management System

Assets come in all shapes and sizes, but one thing is for certain all organizations have assets. Assets can be a competitive advantage or can drain your organization’s resources. That’s why it is important to manage your assets effectively and achieving ISO 55001 certification can do just that. ISO 55001 is especially relevant in industries that are capital intensive, have significant physical assets to manage and have high fixed costs. This can include utilities, heavy and light manufacturing, distribution, construction, property management and transportation. ISO 55001 establishes specific requirements for not only implementing and maintaining an asset, but also improving that asset via an Asset management system. It builds upon PAS55 which had a proven track record specifically in the utilities industries. ISO 55001 aims to apply this approach across other sectors allowing all businesses to benefit from it. It is designed to provide structure and guidance to an Asset Management System (AMS) to manage and mitigate risk, whilst benchmarking performance across all sectors and improving financial performance in line with organizational growth strategies.

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