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ISO Registration Process

International Organization for Standardisation(ISO), is an independent organization that provides standards in terms of quality, safety, and efficiency of products and services provided by businesses. In accordance with the aggressive competition among the businesses, it became a necessity to deliver high-quality goods and services in order to play a vital role in the market. ISO Certification acts as a doorway for businesses to improve their credibility as well as the overall efficiency of the business

Basic Requirements Prior to ISO Registration Procedure in India

1. Select the type of ISO Certification: Initially, the businesses need to choose the type of ISO Certification applicable to them.

Following are the types of ISO Certification available:

ISO 9001 2008 –    Quality Management

ISO 14001        –     Environmental Management

ISO 27001       –      Information security Management

ISO  22008      –      Food Safety Management and so on.

2. Select an ISO Certification Body: One needs to remember that ISO doesn’t provide the certification to the companies on its own. Certification is done by the outside parties. So, it is the responsibility of the applicants to choose a recognized and credible certification body. You should keep in view the following things whilst choosing an ISO registrar:

Evaluate various ISO Certification service providers.

Verify whether they follow CASCO Standards or not. CASCA is a committee that works on issues relating to conformity assessment.

Confirm whether it is accredited or not. Even though accreditation is not mandatory, they should meet the requirements of ISO Accreditation bodies

Steps for ISO Certification in India

Follow the below steps to get ISO Certificate in India:

Step 1 – Creation of Application: A contract should be made between the applicant and the registrar agreeing on the terms which explain the rights and obligations of both parties and includes liability issues, confidentiality, and access rights.

Step 2 – Documents Review: The ISO auditor will make a check all your quality manuals and documents relating to a variety of policies and procedures followed in the organization. This will assist the ISO auditor to recognize the gaps against the requirements stipulated in the ISO standards.

Step 3 – Make an Action Plan: After the review, the ISO auditor will make an action plan suggesting the tasks to be done by you to fulfill the gaps and prepare a list. Make sure all of your employees know about the ISO Standards in terms of work efficiency and quality standards.

Step 4 – Initial Certification Audit: It is divided into two stages:-

Stage 1: The auditor will divide the possible non-conformities in your systems and procedures into the desired quality management system into minor and major ones based on the audit done by him. The applicant must carefully assess all the recommendations and get them aligned as per the desired quality standards through modification in the techniques and processes used by the organization.

Stage 2: After the above changes, the auditor will make a final audit and check whether all the non-conformities have been eliminated or not as per ISO quality standards. When the auditor of ISO is satisfied then they will prepare the final ISO audit report and forward it to the registrar.

Step 5 – Complete Certification process: As soon as all the non-conformities are addressed and all the findings are put in the ISO audit report, the registrar will grant the ISO Certificate.

Step 6 – Surveillance Audits: It is generally conducted to make sure that the ISO quality standards are being by the organization or not. It is conducted from time to time based on the requirement

ISO Certification cost India

Cost for ISO Certification

There is no fixed cost for ISO Certification. It differs from company to company. The agency calculates the cost of ISO Certification after considering the organisations on different parameters such as:

Number of employees in the organization

How many processes are there

Level of risk involved along with the scope of services of the organisation

The complexity of the management system

Working shifts numbers etc

Time Involved in ISO Certification

It depends on the organization. Generally, the time involved for the ISO online process:

For small Organisations: 6-8 months
Medium organizations: 8-12 months
Large organizations: 12-15 months

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