ISO Certification

ISO Certification for Indian Organisation

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  • ISO Certificate is valid for 3 years subject annual surveillance audit
  • ISO certification represents Trust and Confidence for your clients
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ISO Certification for Indian Organisation

ISO Certification at a glance


ISO certification has been largely considered as a quality management tool which provides a kind of identity to company’s quality management system. It standardises how businesses and organisations involved in commerce and industry manage information and processes. It simply means that organisation has met certain requirements.

Some Important ISO Standards

  • ISO 9001-Quality management ( Basic)
  • ISO 10012-Measurement management systems
  • ISO 14001 – Environmental management
  • OHSAS 18001 – Occupational Health & safety management
  • ISO 20000-1 – Information technology management
  • ISO 22000 – Standard for food safety
  • ISO 27001 – Information media security system
  • ISO 31000 – Risk management
  • ISO 4217 – Currency codes
  • ISO 50001 – Energy management

It must be noted that ISO itself does not provide certification to the companies. Certification is done by the external bodies. It is very important that you choose recognized and credible certification body.

ISO certificate is become an essenstial requirement to participate in government tenders and it also helps your organisation to build credibility in overseas business as well


Document requirements for ISO Certification application

  1. Business Details
  2. Certificate of Incorporation/Registration Certificate ( for Organisation)
  3. Passport Size Photograph of Applicant
  4. PAN Card of Oraganisation
  5. Proof of Address of Director/Partner (/Applicant): Aadhar Card/ Voter ID
  6. Sales bill/Purchase bill ( atleast 2 copies )

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Our Package Inclusion for ISO Certification

First, Get Consultation from our Consultant to know the ISO policy requirements, documents and process of ISO Certification
Once you finalise, our first step is to collect all the relevant documents and business information from you.
Drafting Application & Policies Standards
Once all documents and business information, we draft your application and Policy standards as per type of ISO Certification you choose.
Filing of Application
Once all documents and formalities are completed, finally we submit the application to Certification Body.
Certification to be chosen by. here fee varies as per type of certification and Certifying Body.
Audit Guide
We guide you in case of Initial Certification Audit.
Issue Certificate
on successfully completion of Initial Certification Audit by ISO Auditor, Certificate is Issued and delivered to you.

ISO Certification process in India

  • Type of ISO Certification Choose the type of ISO certification required for your business. For example, ISO 9001 or ISO 10012 or ISO 27001
    Selected Accreditation Body It must be noted that ISO itself does not provide certification to the companies. Certification is done by the external bodies. It is very important that you choose recognised and credible accreditation body.
  • Fill-up Application Form The applicant and the registrar should agree on a contract. This contract usually defines rights and obligations of both parties and includes liability issues, confidentiality, and access rights.
  • Documents Submit and Review Once you submit all documents, the ISO auditor will review your quality manuals & documents related to various policies & procedures being followed in the organisation. Basically, this review helps ISO Auditor to identify the possible gaps against the requirements stipulated in the ISO standards.
  • Post Review Action plan ( if any gap found on review) Once the ISO Auditor reviews all documents and quality Manual, next step they communicate the existing gaps ( if any) in your organisation. Therefore, you should prepare an action plan to eliminate these gaps. Prepare the list of the required tasks to be performed to bring the desired changes in your organisation. You may be required to give training to your employees to work efficiently while adapting to new procedures. Make all the employees aware of the ISO standards in terms of work efficiency and quality standards. For that purpose your can hire ISO quality trainer’s service.
  • First Initial Certification Audit First initial certification audit is conducted in 2 stages,

    Stage 1:-
    The purpose of the Stage 1 audit, ISO Auditor
    1. Make verification that the management system conforms to the requirements of the standard.
    2. Make verification its implementation status.
    3. Make verification the scope of certification.
    4. Check legislative/regulatory compliance.
    5. Produce a report that identifies any non-compliance or opportunities for improvement and agree to corrective action plan if required.
    6. Produce an assessment plan and confirm a date for the Stage 2 audit visit.

    Stage 2:-
    The purpose of this audit is to confirm that the management system has been fully implemented and conforms to the requirements of the chosen Standard in practice. The auditor will:
    1. Undertake random samples of the processes and activities defined in the scope of certification.
    2. Document how the system complies with the standard by using objective evidence.
    3. Report any non-compliances or opportunities for improvement.
    4. Forward to Issuing Registrar.
    5. Produce a surveillance plan and agree to a date for the first annual surveillance audit.
  • Issue Certificate After all non-conformities are addressed and all the findings are put in the ISO audit report, the registrar will grant you the ISO certification.
  • Surveillance Audits Surveillance audits are undertaken periodically (typical once in a year or once in 2 years) to ensure that conformance to the chosen Standard is maintained throughout the three-year certification cycle. The frequency and duration of surveillance audit is dependent on factors including:
    # size and structure of organisation.
    # complexity and risk of activities.
    # number of management systems standards included in the scope of certification.

What are the Various types of ISO certification ( or ISO Standards) ?

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