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About ISO Certification

In a global marketplace, checks and balances need to be in place to maintain consistency and quality across industries and nations throughout the globe. International standards help to keep a level playing field, and one such organization is ISO (International Organization for Standardization)

What is ISO?

ISO (International Organization for Standardization) is a Worldwide autonomous body an independent, non-governmental, international organization that develops standards to ensure the quality, safety, and efficiency of products, services, and systems.

Established in 1947, it comprises representative standardization organizations from various nations. Since its inception, more than 19500 international standards are published by ISO. No sector is left untouched rather every industry, technology, food safety, agriculture, and healthcare is covered by ISO.

So how do they ensure uniform and unprejudiced implementation of ISO standards across all the Accreditation bodies that are its members? That’s where IAF comes in.

What is IAF?

IAF stands for International Accreditation Forum.
It is beyond any doubt that the ISO certification process gives an authentic recognition to an organization as regards quality management and efficiency. As a matter of fact, every kind of recognition is considered authentic or genuine only if it is accredited by a globally recognized autonomous body. The task of accreditation of the business organizations worldwide is carried out by some highly acclaimed institutions called accreditation bodies. IAF is one such accreditation body.

The IAF member bodies are required to conduct regular audits of the certified entities to ensure that they consistently conform to globally accepted quality standards.

There exist services that provide accreditation services, IAS is one of them.

What is IAS?

The International Accreditation Service (IAS) provides objective evidence that an organization operates at the highest level of ethical, legal, and technical standards. IAS is a nonprofit, public-benefit corporation that has been providing accreditation services since 1975.

How does ISO Certification help in the Business expansion?

ISO standards are so widely used in business that for many people, the ISO name is linked to its management standards such as ISO 9001 and ISO 14001.

What is less well known is that ISO management systems offer the same benefits to smaller businesses as they do to multinationals. By bringing a methodical and harmonized approach, complex concepts such as quality management are defined in a way that is easy to grasp and implement. But more than this ISO Standards have proven potential to save money through more efficient use of resources, such as energy.

Not just that, having ISO certification play a vital role as it ensures global market buyer a top-notch international quality product with 0% defect before making an order.

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