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What are the Benefits of ISO Certification for an
Organization?
  • Here, in this blog you will get to know about
    benefits and the importance of ISO Certification
    for an organization.

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  • Chiefly, ISO certification certifies that
    management system, manufacturing process,
    services, or documentation procedure has
    fulfilled all the requirements for quality
    assurance and standardization. ISO stands for
    International organization for standardization is
    an independent, non-governmental, international
    organization which helps to ensure the quality,
    safety and efficiency of products, services and
    systems.
  • Moreover, ISO certifications present in many
    areas of industry, such as from energy management
    and social concerns to medical devices and energy
    management. ISO standards helps to ensure
    consistency. Each certification will have
    separate standards and criteria and it is
    classified numerically. For instance, the ISO
    certification for Mead Metals is ISO 90012008.

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Benefits of ISO certification
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  • Each and every organisation should choose to work
    in accordance with the ISO 9001 standards.
    The ISO certification can be obtained by an
    independent body such as a certification body.
    There are commonly eight major benefits in
    choosing a certified ISO 9001 quality management
    system.
  • You will have an objective proof that your
    organisation sticks with the quality standards
    and then you have checked it with an independent
    body. This commitment increases confidence in
    your organisation.
  • You can achieve higher operating efficiency.
    Organisations which consider quality management
    to be an integral part of their business
    operations usually achieve a higher operating
    efficiency.

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  • An ISO 9001 certified quality management system
    increases the quality of your services and
    creates awareness among the staffs.
  • In addition, ISO 9001 certified organisation
    ensures clear processes in tasks and
    responsibilities throughout the entire
    organisation. This increases the involvement of
    staff, which improves the working atmosphere and
    reduces the pressure of work.
  • You can easily detect and identify problems,
    which means that you can quickly take steps to
    avoid the same mistakes in the future.
  • You can make it clear to your staff, your
    partners, your clients and the outside world that
    customer satisfaction is at the core of your
    business.

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  • ISO 9001 certified systems will gives you a
    positive company image, raising you to higher
    level.
  • It is also possible in your commercial interest,
    seeing that more clients demand that their
    suppliers work in accordance with the ISO 9001
    Certification.

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What Does ISO 9001 Certification Mean? 
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  • If an organization posts themselves as ISO 9001
    certified, this means that the organization
    meets the requirements designated under ISO 9001.
    ISO 9001 obliges an organization to define and
    follow a quality management system that is both
    appropriate and effective while requiring them to
    identify areas for improvement and take action
    for those improvements.
  • As a result, it is important to know that an
    organization claiming ISO 9001 certification is
    an organization with products and services that
    meet quality management standards.

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How can we use ISO 9001 certification?
  • In essence, we can use ISO 9001 certification to
    control the processes we use to make our
    products. In our case, thats our reports. This
    is the place where the misunderstandings occurs. 
    Moreover, A QMS is not exactly about putting a
    badge on a product.  In fact, this is not
    permitted. ISO 9001 is about the system that
    produces the product then how is it managed and
    controlled? How is it reviewed and improved?
  • The process comes with PDCA cycle
    (Plan-do-check-Act).Every product created, will
    be report of some type and format, goes through
    the same life cycle process. This ends with a
    final review and approval, by someone other than
    the author, before sending it to the client.

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WHO SETS THE ISO 9001 REQUIREMENTS?
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  • The International Organization for
    Standardization (ISO) sets the standards for ISO
    certification. The standards were last updated in
    2015, so you can see them written as ISO
    90012015. Consequently 164 countries, including
    the United States are also ISO members. A
    majority of member countries must vote to approve
    the standards before they can be updated and
    released.
  • ISO standards are worried with helping companies
    formulate and follow a quality management system.
    A quality management system is a set of
    documents, policies, processes, and steps that
    allow you to better serve your customers.

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An Overview of the ISO 9001 Certification Process
  • Consequently, ISO 9001 certification helps
    companies to win business with Tier 1 suppliers,
    as well as put them on their way to becoming Tier
    1 suppliers themselves. Whether done completely
    internally, or with the help of outside
    consultants, ISO certification in Tirupur is
    possible for every business to attain development
    in the necessary management procedures.
  • Usually, ISO 9001 contains ten sections.  A
    certification body will assess whether an
    organization implements the requirements found
    before certifying the program. A program that
    satisfied the requirements of ISO 9001 will have
    documented procedures for the control of
    documents and records, internal auditing,
    nonconforming product, and corrective actions,
    etc.

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  • THE FIRST STEP
  • Since, ISO 9001 is based on a process approach to
    quality control and management, the first step in
    implementation requires that an organization
    identify its key processes. These will be
    processes will affect the quality of the final
    product in some way, and will include the quality
    management process itself, as well as resource
    management, training, awareness , product
    service, product management, customer
    relationship management, procurement, design and
    development, production, internal auditing, and
    management review.

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  • CREATE A PLAN
  • The next step is to create an organizational
    plan for each one of them. If any of them have
    not yet been developed, then that becomes the
    first step. If all of the processes exist already
    within an organization, it should be analysed to
    document the work flows, and then have plans
    written as to how each process is to be
    maintained, monitored, measured, analyzed,
    controlled, and continuously improved. This
    should be implemented based on this written
    assessment and plan.

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  • DEVELOP OBJECTIVES
  • The next phase of implementing ISO 9001
    Certification is to develop the quality policy
    and objectives that serves as the guiding policy
    for each of the processes identified and
    implemented. The quality policy should benefits
    the eight quality management principles such as
    Customer Focus, Leadership, a Process Approach, A
    System Approach to Management, Involvement of
    People, Continual Improvement, a realistic
    Approach in Decision Making, and Mutually
    Beneficial Supplier Relationships.
  • However, the Quality Policy should also define
    the roles and responsibilities of key positions
    within the organization, states the objectives of
    the program based on market and also the benefits
    on customer needs, stress the importance of
    meeting customer requirements, highlights the
    methods used to communicate with the employees,
    and describe the inter-relationships and
    functional bonds between key processes
    identified.

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  • THE FINAL STEP
  • The final step in ISO 9001 certification involves
    ensuring that all of the required documentation
    is in place and that all required policies,
    procedures, and records are written and
    maintained, and controlled as recognized in the
    Quality Policy. Specifically, ISO 9001 requires
    an organization to have written policies which
    addresses the document control, records control,
    internal audits, and corrective actions. Most of
    the organizations will have many result of the
    key process identification and implementation
    analysis performed earlier.
  • As a result, the final audit is typically
    presented to management, who prepare for
    non-conformities to come into compliance with ISO
    9001. Once these faults have been corrected and
    re-audited, the certification body will issue a
    certificate of compliance, which is valid for
    three years.

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Conclusion
  • Thus, ISO Certification will provides the maximum
    benefits to your organisation if so it is
    approached in a practical way. ISO 9001 plans to
    provide a practical Quality Management System for
    improving and monitoring all areas of business.
    Getting ISO certification for business has its
    own benefits and it can boost your business
    sales. An ISO 9001 Certification is an important
    one for businessmen to gain the trust of the
    customers and it is given to improve the quality
    of the business.
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