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Why is Certification Important?

Today, there are now members from over 165 countries, and have published more than 23500 standards providing specifications, guidelines, and assurance for nearly every type of business and technology.

Although compliance with ISO standards is voluntary, as is ISO certification, the organisation and, its standards are so highly regarded today that certain ISO certifications have become expected, a ‘must have” and many organisations will not work with uncertificated organisations.

Although there are more than 23,500 ISO standards for different industries today, there are a few that are more commonly encountered. These include:

  • ISO9001: Focuses on the concept that quality is customer driven; if the customer is happy then the product or service delivered has been of satisfactory quality.
  • ISO14001: Enables the holder to understand how they impact on the environment, take steps to improve this, and assess their compliance with applicable legislation.
  • ISO27001: Assist organisations identify and control information security threats.
  • ISO45001: Helps organisations to provide safe and healthy workplaces, and thereby prevent work-related injury and ill health.

In all four cases, continual improvement is at the heart of the standard, which is designed to encourage holders to improve everything that they do.

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We decided our company would benefit from gaining various ISO certifications, but being a relatively new company with no experience of this we knew there would be a lot of work to do and that we required the services of an external consultant. We were provided with a list of companies by the certification body...

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Why is Certification Important?

Today, there are now members from over 165 countries, and have published more than 23500 standards providing specifications, guidelines, and assurance for nearly every type...

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  ISO was established in 1947 is the world's largest developer of voluntary international standards –  with over 23,500 developed to date! They facilitate world...

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