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Common Questions About ISO Certification
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No, once you accept the proposal you will not automatically be certified. You must complete the certification process, including stage 1 and 2. We suggest you purchase the hard-copy or digital ISO standards to get you started on this journey.
This will depend on your organisation. Do you have existing systems in place? If not, do you have a copy of the standard and a person responsible to build your systems? Would you need assistance to build your systems? If so, please reach out. After you have systems in place, you’ll need to do a gap analysis audit to look for any non-conformances.
Stage 1 – Readiness Assessment
The Stage 1 Assessment is the start of the certification cycle. It is a way for us to work together to identify any gaps or issues early so that the stage 2 Assessment is as smooth as possible and certification is achieved.
Stage 2 – Certification Assessment
The Stage 2 Assessment aims to make sure your management system is in place, and being used effectively as a tool to improve your business. Upon successful completion of your Stage 2 Assessment your organisation will be certified.
Surveillance Assessments are required to maintain your certification to ensure the management system is effectively utilised within the day to day operation of the organisation.
The Recertification Assessment will cover all elements of the standard(s) and will review the performance of your management system over the past three years. For this reason, Recertification is a longer duration than your Surveillance Assessment and your company will be invoiced accordingly. During the assessment any findings will be discussed with you and summarised at the closing meeting.
ISO certification is designed to ensure the quality, safety, and efficiency of products, services, and systems across an organisation.
Certification can be a rewarding and enriching opportunity for organisations to improve their existing systems as well as implement new ideas in their business.
The ISO standards are developed by ISO (International Organization for Standardization), an independent, non-governmental, international organization.
- Define your company’s ‘Why’ – We recommend watching Simon Sinek’s ‘Start With Why’ – TED Talk
- Quarterly strategic planning and management review workshop(s)
- Issues list: risks and opportunities, SWOT Analysis, Risk Register, and actions being taken to prevent them (who, what, when, how)
- The part of the business that the management system applies to
- One page business strategy
- Dashboard of business statistics with objectives and targets, or KPI’s
- The customer journey and clear accountabilities
- Flowcharts of critical business process flows (marketing, sales, operations, HR, finance)
- Key stakeholder analysis
- Organisational chart and position descriptions
- Training records and internal training register
- Peer process reviews (Internal Audits)
- Compliance obligations and how you access them e.g. legislation, standards, codes etc and how to find them
- Operational controls – tasks required to deliver promises to customers to ensure the team works safely to improve environmental sustainability and ensure your business conducts work in a safe manner or operates without harm to the environment
When you achieve certification you will be able to demonstrate to customers and stakeholders your commitment to quality products and services, be it for the benefit of the environment, the safety of all stakeholders or for business ethics and risk management.
Some of the most common ISO certifications are ISO 9001 (Quality Management System), ISO 14001 (Environmental Management System), ISO 45001 (Occupational Health and Safety) and ISO 27001 (Information Security Management System). Best Practice Certification certifies each of these standards.
Each standard has both unique criteria as well as common criteria between ISO standards (making the implementation of multiple systems easy) that must be met in order for organisations to be certified.
ISO 9001 is an international Quality Management System certification (QMS). It is the most common certification for businesses as it demonstrates their ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements. Find out more information on ISO 9001.
ISO 27001 is the international standard for Information Security Management Systems (ISMS). ISO 27017 is a Cloud Security standard that can compliment ISO 27001, as is ISO 27018 (Code of practice for protection of personally identifiable information).
An ISMS is a framework of policies and procedures that includes all legal, physical and technical controls involved in an organisation’s information risk management processes. Find out more information on ISO 27001.