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ISO Registration in Jaipur

 

ISO certification certifies that a management structure, manufacturing process, service, or documentation procedure has all the requirements for standardization and quality promise. ISO (International Organization for Standardization) is an independent, non-governmental, international organization that develops standards to ensure the quality, safety, and efficiency of products, services, and systems. thelegalbank is provided a complete International Organization for Standardization (ISO) certificate registration and protection solution. Our cloud Paas platform www.thelegalbank.com provides complete filing and registration process for the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
ISO confirmations exist in numerous territories of industry, from vitality the board and social duty to restorative gadgets and vitality the executives. ISO guidelines are set up to guarantee consistency. Every affirmation has separate guidelines and criteria and is grouped numerically. For example, the ISO accreditation we at present hold at Mead Metals is ISO 9001:2008.

Characteristics

Reasons Why You Need ISO 9001 Certification

  1. Meet Customer Requirements
  2. Get More income and Business from New Customers
  3. Improve Company and Product Quality
  4. Increase Customer Satisfaction with your Products
  5. Describe, Understand, and Communicate Your Company Processes
  6. Grow a Professional Culture and Better Employee Morale
  7. Improve the Consistency of Your Operations
  8. Focus Management and Employees
  9. Improve capability, Reduce Waste, and Save Money
  10. Achieve International Quality Recognition

The cost involved in the ISO Certification Process:

The cost of getting ISO certification is not fixed and varies from organization to organization. The ISO certification agency calculates the cost of ISO certification separately for each organization after considering them on different parameters such as:

  • Number of employees
  • Number of Processes
  • Level of risk associated with the scope of services of the organization
  • The complexity of the management system
  • The number of working shifts etc.

The time involved in the ISO Certification Process:

Time is taken in completing the whole process of ISO certification also varies from organization to organization. The fair idea can be given by the ISO certification agency after assessing the size of the company.
Generally, the time required to complete the process of ISO certification is approximate:

  • Number of employees
  • Number of Processes
  • Level of risk associated with the scope of services of the organization
  • The complexity of the management system
  • The number of working shifts etc.

 

Documents

  1. Mandatory Documents

    Did you konw that recently released ISO 9001:2015 requires you to keep five documented details (procedures) and retain 22 documented information (records)?Have a look at these.

    1. Scope of the Quality Management System

      Scope of the QMS including the products and services covereand the justification of the requirements that cannot be applied.

    2. Operation of Processes

      Information to support the operations of processes

    3. Quality Policy

      Quality policy to be available as documented information

    4. Quality Objectives

      Maintain documented information on the quality objectives

    5. Control of Production and service Provision

      Information that defines characteristics of products and services, activities to be performed, and the results to be achieved.

  2. Mandatory Records

    1. Operation of Processes

      Information necessary to have confidence that processes are being carried out as planned.

    2. Monitoring and Measurements Resources

      Information as evidence of fitness for the purpose of monitoring and measurement resources.

    3. Measurements Traceability

      When such standards exist, the basis used for calibration or verification shall be retained as documented information

    4. Competence

      Information as evidence of competence.

    5. Operational Planning and Control

      Information necessary to have confidence that the processes have been carried out as planned and conform to requirements.

    6. Requirements Review

      Information describing the results of the review of requirements related to products and services.

    7. Design and Development Planning

      Information needed to demonstrate that design and development requirements have been met.

    8. Design and Development Inputs

      The organization shall retain documented information on design and development inputs.

    9. Design and Development Controls

      Documented information of these activities is retained.

    10. Design and Development 

      Information resulting from the design and development process.

    11. Design and Development Changes

      Information on design and development changes, results of reviews, authorization of changes and the actions taken to prevent adverse impacts.

    12. Externally Provided Products and Services

      Information of the results of the evaluation, selection, monitoring of performance, and re-evaluation of external providers.

    13. Control of Production and Service Provisions

      Information that defines the characteristics of the products to be produced, the services to be provided, or the activities to be performed; and the results to be achieved.

    14. Traceablity

      Information necessary to enable traceability.

    15. Property belonging to customers or external Providers

      When the property of a customer or external provider is lost, damaged or otherwise found to be unsuitable for use, the organization shall report this to the customer or external provider and retain documented information on what has occurred.

    16. Control of Changes

      Information describing the results of the review of changes, the persons authorizing the change, and any necessary actions arising from the review.

    17. Release of Products And Services

      Information on the release of products and services including evidence of conformity with the acceptance criteria; and traceability to the person(s) authorizing the release.

    18. Control of nonconfirming outputs

      Information on the nonconformity; actions taken; concessions obtained; the authority deciding the action in respect of the nonconformity.

    19. Monitoring,measurements,analysis,and evalutions - General

      Results of monitoring and measurement activities.

    20. Internal Audit

      Information as evidence of the implementation of the audit programme and the audit results

    21. Management Review

      Information as evidence of the results of management reviews.

    22. Nonconfirmity and Corrective Actions

      Information as evidence of the nature of the nonconformity, actions taken, and the results of any corrective action.

       

Procedure

  1. Prerequisite to ISO Certification Process in India:

     choose the type of ISO certification need for your occupation.There are various types of ISO certification available

    such as: 

    ISO 9001 2008 – Quality Management
    ISO 14001 – Environmental Management
    ISO 27001 – Information security Management
    ISO 22008 – Food Safety Management and so on.

    1. Choosing an ISO Certification frame

      • Evaluate several ISO Certification service providers.
      • Check if they are following the CASCO standards. CASCO is the ISO committee that works on issues relating to conformity assessment.
      • Check whether it is accredited or not. Accreditation is not compulsory but they must meet the requirements of ISO Accreditation bodies.
  2. Process for ISO Certification in India:

    1. Create an application /contract

    2. 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.

    3. Quality Documents Review
    4. The ISO auditor will view all your quality manuals & documents related to various policies & procedures being followed in the organization. A review of existing work will help the ISO auditor to identify the possible gaps against the requirements stipulated in the ISO standards.
    5. Make an Action Plan
    6. After the ISO evaluator imparts the current gap in your association, you ought to set up an activity intend to wipe out these gaps. Set up the rundown of the expected undertakings to be performed to acquire the ideal changes your association. You might be required to offer preparing to your representatives to work proficiently while adjusting to new methods. Make every one of the representatives mindful of the ISO norms as far as work effectiveness and quality standards.
    7. Initial Certification Audit
    8. The underlying accreditation review is separated into two classifications Stage 1 and Stage 2.
      Stage 1:
    9. The ISO examiner will audit the progressions made by you in the association. They will at that point attempt to distinguish the conceivable non-congruities in your frameworks and methods to the ideal quality management system. They will divide these non-conformities into minor and major non-conformities. The applicant must carefully assess all these non-conformities and get it aligned as per the desired quality standards through modification in the techniques and processes used by the organization.
      Stage 2:
      After all the required changes are done in the organization, the ISO auditor does the final auditing. The auditor will examine whether all the non-conformities have been removed or not as per ISO quality standards. If the ISO auditor is satisfied, they will prepare the final ISO audit report and forward it to the registrar.
    10. Completing the ISO Certification
    11. 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.
    12. Surveillance Audits
    13. Surveillance audit is primarily conducted to ensure that ISO quality standards are being continued by the organization. It is conducted from time to time.

 

Advantages

The following are just some of the benefits of getting ISO-9001 certification:

  • Greater Efficiency and Consistency

    Improving the efficiency and consistency of your management processes makes it easy to provide high-quality service to your customers. It improves your ability to communicate internally and allows different departments within your company to work together to meet the needs and expectations of customers.

  • Increased Control

    ISO-9001 certification requires a high level of documentation that allows businesses to have a greater understanding of its processes. This gives them more control and reduces the uncertainty that many of today’s companies struggle with when attempting to improve their customer satisfaction rates.

  • Establish a Results-Oriented Approch 

    The ISO-9001 certification is a results-oriented approach to providing the products and services that meet the expectations of your customers. It allows you to identify those areas within your processes that must be improved to increase customer satisfaction levels. ISO-9001 certification focuses on your organization’s objectives and priorities while reducing any risks in product liability that can exist in manufacturing and other industries.

 

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