What is ISO certification?

ISO certification aims to confirm that a management system, production process, service or documented procedure has all the requirements for standardization and quality assurance.
ISO certification exists in many industry sectors, from quality management, food safety, occupational health and safety, social responsibility to medical devices and risk management. ISO standards are in place to ensure consistency. Each certification has its own standards and criteria and is classified by number.

Benefits of ISO certification

Being ISO certified bring enterprise the assurance that:
Your management system is continuously evaluated and approved follow the globally recognized standards.

Enterprise can provide better quality, service and efficiency. By building trust and enhancing your reputation, ISO certification can often open up new business avenues.

How to get ISO certification?

ISO (International Organization for Standardization) is an independent, non-governmental international organization that specializing in develops standards to ensure the quality, safety and effectiveness of products, services and systems.
ISO does not perform certification for enterprise. To be certified, you need to contact a third party to be reviewed and determined if your processes, products and services meet the criteria according to ISO. The cost of getting certified varies depending on the scale of your company.

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