Categories of ISO standards
- ISO 9001 (Quality Management System)
- ISO 14001 (Environmental Management System)
- OHSAS 18001:2007 (OHSAS-Occupational Health & Safety Assessment Series)
- ISO 22000 (Food Safety Management System)
- HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control point)
- ISO 16949 (Automobile Related Products)
- ISO 20000 (Information Technology Service Management)
- Halal Food (Halal Meat-Islam Base-Slaughtering Animals)
- ISO 27001 (Information Security Management System)
- Global GAP/OC (Good Agricultural Practices)/ Organic Certification)
- ISO 26000 (Social Responsibility)
- ISO 13485 (Medical Devices)
- BSCI (Business Social Compliance Initiative)
- AS 9100 (Aero Space Industry)
- ISO 17664 (Sterilizations of Medical Devices)
- Organic food certification
Benefits of ISO certification
- ISO is suitable for both small and large organizations and for better internal management.
- ISO is a global recognized standard that improves customer retention and acquisition.
- ISO increases the efficiency, profit and productivity of the business by reducing wastage.
- It provides continuous assessment and improves the marketing opportunities.
- It achieves the system that helps and supports the consulting representatives.
- ISO improves the level of customer satisfaction that showcases efficient quality.
- ISO benefits the society as well as the Government by driving efficiency in business.
- It creates a path for easy accessibility for new market opportunities globally.
- It improves the image of the company as well as the product quality.
- ISO certification develops a professional culture and better employee morale.
ISO audit is defined as a systematic approach and independent examination to determine whether quality activities comply with outlined arrangements. During an ISO audit one must verify that the entire management system is in compliance with the relevant ISO standard and also the problem within the management system should be addressed on time.