ISO Certification For Construction Companies

Construction companies know very well the importance of having the right system in place to streamline their operations. ISO Certification is a great way for members of the construction industry to build an effective management system that can cover a variety of different operations.

By getting ISO-certified, construction companies can greatly improve their activity, enhance their performance, and even improve their market positioning and become more competitive for lucrative jobs.

As a JAS-ANZ accredited Certification Body, Best Practice Certification can help your company get its ISO
Certification in 3 steps!

The 3 Steps to Getting Your ISO Certification

Best Practice Certification is here to support you in getting your ISO Certificate for your construction company in 3 simple steps:

BONUS STEP
Optional Gap Analysis

This is an optional step offered by Best Practice to evaluate your existing systems and identify any faults that you need to correct.

We perform this analysis before beginning the 3-stage certification process, to allow you time to prepare and correct any issues that could prevent you from getting certified.

STEP 1
Stage 1 Assessment

Evaluating your management system documentation, from the policies to the processes, review records, scope and context, and system implementation.

STEP 2
Stage 2 Assessment

Then, we will verify that all the documented requirements are properly implemented across the entire business through an E-Audit. One of our assessors will participate in discussions with key players from your company remotely to establish if the requirements have been properly implemented.

STEP 3
Certification

When the stage 2 assessment is complete, we will issue you a ‘Statement of Certification’ that confirms your construction company is compliant with the international ISO standard.

The certification is valid for three years, starting from the date of issue., but you will need to go through surveillance assessments at least once every 12 months to maintain it.

The 3 Steps to Getting Your ISO Certification

Best Practice Certification is here to support you in getting your ISO Certificate for your construction company in 3 simple steps:

BONUS STEP
Optional Gap Analysis

This is an optional step offered by Best Practice to evaluate your existing systems and identify any faults that you need to correct.

We perform this analysis before beginning the 3-stage certification process, to allow you time to prepare and correct any issues that could prevent you from getting certified.

STEP 1
Stage 1 Assessment

Evaluating your management system documentation, from the policies to the processes, review records, scope and context, and system implementation.

STEP 2
Stage 2 Assessment

Then, we will verify that all the documented requirements are properly implemented across the entire business through an E-Audit. One of our assessors will participate in discussions with key players from your company remotely to establish if the requirements have been properly implemented.

STEP 3
Certification

When the stage 2 assessment is complete, we will issue you a ‘Statement of Certification’ that confirms your construction company is compliant with the international ISO standard.

The certification is valid for three years, starting from the date of issue., but you will need to go through surveillance assessments at least once every 12 months to maintain it.

Which ISO Certifications Do Construction Companies Need?

While there are several ISO certificates, construction companies are encouraged to apply for the following:

ISO 9001 (Quality)

ISO 9001 Quality Management certification helps your company manage its subcontractors and suppliers and establish proper rules and procedures to ensure your operations work towards your business objectives. 

ISO 45001 (Occupational Health and Safety)

Construction sites are notoriously high-risk without the proper health and safety systems in place. The ISO 45001 certification proves your company operates following the best health and safety practices, which can keep your workers safe and enhance your performance.

ISO 14001 (Environment)

This certification helps construction companies monitor and control their environmental impact. Adopting green and environmentally-friendly practices is becoming more and more of a necessity, and this certification can empower companies to respond to public and government demand for safer practices for the environment, use natural resources more efficiently, and manage waste effectively.

Best Practice can assist your construction company in getting all three ISO Certifications to grow your company and improve its operations tremendously.

We can also assist you with accessing ISO 27001 (Information Security Management System) and the ISO 55001 (Asset Management System) certifications as well.

While not as common for construction companies, these additional certifications can help you improve operations even further by better managing all your assets and improving your digital security.

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Why Work with Best Practice?

At Best Practice Certification, we go beyond our role as an accredited body to provide construction companies with ISO certification.

Our role is to support you make meaningful and continual improvement in your operations and management system beyond the scope of getting certified. And we do this by offering all our clients expert advice and guidance that suit their specific needs.

Reach out today to find out more!

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