Quality Management System
More than one million certified companies in the world take advantage of the notable ISO 9001 standard as a tool for managing their organization and continually improving their performance. The standard contains internationally applicable requirements for the quality of products, services and development.
Environmental Management System
Taking responsibility for the environmental impacts of your business and managing associated risks is now a legal requirement. Without controlled measures and structured processes in place your business could potentially be subject to hefty fines or prosecution. Certify your business to the environmental management system standard, ISO 14001 today.
Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems
OHSAS 18001 Certification is an international standard which provides a framework to identify, control and decrease the risks associated with health and safety within your company. Implementing the standard will send a clear signal to your stakeholders that you view employee’s health and safety as a principal priority.
Medical Devices Quality Management System
ISO 13485 is the most accepted standard worldwide for manufacturers of medical. The standard is based on ISO 9001, but includes additional requirements specific to this business sector. In addition, important terms have been defined including: medical device, active medical device, active implanted medical device, sterile medical device, and many more.
Information Security Management System
ISO 27001 Information Security and data protection brings supreme importance to data for organisations globally. Businesses, who are safeguarding both their client and company data against potential threats. By integrating a robust information security management system your organisation can ensure that the quality, safety, service and product reliability of your organisation has been safeguarded to the highest level.
Service Management System
An increasing number of organisations are implementing a Service Management System (SMS), based around ISO 20000 (ITIL) as a solution to this business requirement. By certifying to the standard companies are able to independently demonstrate to their customers that they are meeting (and sometimes exceeding) industry best practice.
Business Continuity Management
Business disruption generally comes without warning. You may believe that your business is fairly robust, yet factors such as the environment, economics, politics or people have the ability to suddenly bring any organisation to its knees. ISO 22301 the Business Continuity Management (BCM) standard has been developed to protect companies from the risks associated with company outages which can occur due to unexpected disruptions or disasters. Disruptions to your business can result in revenue loss, data risk breakdowns and failure to deliver normal client services as per service level agreements (SLA’s).
ISO 17025 Certification
ISO/IEC 17025 establishes a global standard for instrument calibration and testing. It specifies the general requirements for the competence to carry out tests and/or calibrations. Laboratories use ISO/IEC 17025 to implement a quality system aimed at improving their ability to consistently produce valid results and is applicable to all laboratories regardless of the number of personnel or the extent of the scope of testing and/or calibration activities.
Quality Management [Customer Satisfaction]
ISO 10002 is a customer satisfaction standard that assists companies in strategically understanding and managing their customers’ complaints. Complaints Management System compliant to ISO 10002 Standard is relevant to any organization that wishes to exceed customer expectations, a basic requirement for businesses of all types and sizes, whether they’re in the private, public or voluntary sectors and is applicable to all types of organizations irrespective of size, nature or geography such as Hospital, Health Care, Trading, Manufacturing, Service Companies, Software Companies, Construction, Medical Device.
Energy Management System
Effective energy management isn’t just good for business; it is also becoming a requirement. Energy efficiency has been a hot topic for the last few years. With effective energy management principles it is possible to reduce both costs and harmful greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Hence an energy management system provides your organization with competitive advantages.
Food Safety Management System
With emerging challenges in the food industry, many organizations are adopting food safety system on a wider basis. There also is increasing public health concern about chemical contamination of food. Another important factor is that the size of the food industry and the diversity of products and processes have grown tremendously – both domestic and imported.
Quality Management System
ISO 29990 is a quality management system standard for providers of education and training services. provides a unified structure for learning service providers, including vocational institutions, and learning centres. Certification against the standard ensures that the design, development and delivery of the learning experience you provide meet the ISO requirements.
Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point
HACCP provides businesses with a cost effective system for control of food safety, from ingredients right through to production, storage and distribution to sale and service of the final consumer. The preventive approach of HACCP not only improves food safety management but also complements other quality management systems. Food safety management systems built in accordance with the principles of HACCP have a clearly defined structure.
The CE marking symbolizes that a product it is affixed to is in conformity with all relevant essential requirements of the European technical regulations (“Directives”), and that the product compliance has been established using the appropriate conformity assessment procedure(s). The ‘essential requirements’ are requirements related to product safety, public health and consumer protection.
Good Manufacturing Practise
Good manufacturing practice” or “GMP” is part of a quality system covering the manufacture and testing of active pharmaceutical ingredients, diagnostics, foods, pharmaceutical products, and medical devices. GMPs are guidelines that outline the aspects of production and testing that can impact the quality of a product. Many countries have legislated that pharmaceutical and medical device companies must follow GMP procedures and have created their own GMP guidelines that correspond with their legislation.