ISO 9001 Certification
ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System Certification.
ISO 9001 CertificationQuality Management System Certification
ISO 9001 is an international quality management standard. It is rapidly becoming the most popular quality standard in the world. Thousands of organizations in over 100 countries have adopted it, and many more are in the process of doing so. Why? Because it controls quality. It saves money. Customers expect it. And competitors use it.
ISO 9001 applies to all types of organizations. It doesn’t matter what size they are or what they do. It can help both product and service oriented organizations achieve standards of quality that are recognized and respected throughout the world.
ISO is the International Organization for Standardization. It is located in Switzerland and was established in 1947 to develop common international standards in many areas. Its members come from over 150 national standards bodies. ISO’s purpose is to facilitate international trade by providing a single set of standards that people everywhere would recognize and respect.
Who can use ISO 9001?
Any type of organization can take advantage from the adoption of the requirements of ISO 9001 based on eight management principles :
- customer-focused organization
- involvement of people
- approach to the process
- systematic approach to the management
- decision-making based on real approach
- relationships with suppliers with mutually beneficial
- continuous improvement
What are the benefits of ISO 9001 registration?Customer satisfaction
with the delivery of products consistently meet customer requirementsReducing operating costs
with the continuous improvement in the processes and outcomes of operational efficiencyImproved stakeholder relationships
including staff, customers and suppliersLegal compliance
by understanding how the requirements of the regulations and legislation that has a certain influence on the organization and your customersThe increase in the risk management control
with consistency continuously and the presence of a product traceability and servicesThe achievement of public trust in business
evidenced by the independent third-party verification against recognized standardsAbility to win more business
particularly compliance with procurement specifications require certification as a requirement for the supply of goods and services
How to register ISO 9001 certification?
The process of registration follows three simple steps:
The applicant filed an application for registration by completing the QMS questionnaire
Assessment to ISO 9001 conducted by ITCC International – where an organization must be able to demonstrate that quality management does have a really run at least a period of three months in accordance entire sequence (cycle) of the internal audit
Registration is granted by ITCC International, following the next stage should be done by the client. The annual program of audit visits supervision (surveillance) should be fully implemented and the process of re-certification after three years of entry into force of the ISO 9001 certification.
Audit Certification Process
Initial Certification Audit
The audit process (assessment) in order to obtain the ISO 9001 certificate consists of two stages Initial Certification Audit as follows:
- confirm that the quality manual in accordance with the requirements of ISO 9001
- obtain confirmation of the current status of the implementation of ISO 9001
- get confirmation of the business scope of certification
- check compliance with legislation
- submit audit reports to identify any discrepancies findings or potential discrepancies and approve any plan of corrective action when necessary
- make the audit plan and phase II confirmed date audit visit
- taking samples of the audit processes and activities as mentioned in the scope of the audit
- documented how the existing system complies with the standards
- publish the findings of the audit report discrepancies or potential nonconformity
- make plans of surveillance audit visit and provide confirmation of the date of the first surveillance audit