ISO 9001 Quality Management System Standard (QMS)
What is an ISO 9001 Quality Management System Certification?
ISO 9001: 2015 is an international standard, designed to help you develop a system to manage an organisation’s performance and business direction using a process based approach.
ISO 9001 has been adopted by more than a million organizations worldwide. Holding an ISO 9001 certification demonstrates to your customers that your organization is committed to consistently delivering quality outcomes across all aspects of your business. ISO 9001 certified organizations come from a variety of industries and of varying sizes – from small businesses to multi nationals with large workforces.
International Organisation for Standardization (ISO):
- A non-governmental organization (NGO) established in 1947, based in Geneva, Switzerland
- Has a membership of over 160 national standards institutes from countries in all regions of the world
- Is the world’s largest developer of voluntary International Standards, based on global and market relevance
The ISO 9001 standard has been established to help businesses small and large meet and exceed their customer expectations!
System Certification Pakistan™ is headquartered in California, offering ISO 9001 certification services across America and other countries. We have a number of experienced auditors in a variety of industries to help you with ISO 9001 and other certification needs!
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Step by step ISO 9001 Certification Process
How to get ISO 9001 Quality Management Certification?
Briefly organisations need to ensure that senior management has a demonstrable commitment to the quality management system (through, for example, their active involvement and regular support of activities such as reviews) and is aware of its importance within the organisation’s environment.
AS/NZS ISO 9001 requires organisations to have documented policies that define requirements such as how they will meet applicable legal and regulatory requirements related to products and/or services.
In addition, businesses have a requirement to evaluate and define their context.
A business is required to analyse the internal and external influences on their business and what impact those influences have on the overall QMS.
AS/NZS ISO 9001 also requires organisations to provide evidence that their quality management system is effective.
The standard suggests many ways in which this effectiveness can be demonstrated, for example through documented policies and procedures, results of internal audits, corrective actions taken, or customer satisfaction measures.