Introduction of ISO:-
International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is an international, non-governmental, independent organization that marks and develops the various standards to ensure the quality, safety and efficiency of products, services and systems. ISO Certification ensures quality and safety in both products and services in international trade.
If the management systems, manufacturing process, service or documentation procedure achieves the standards decided by ISO then only it is certified with ISO certification.
There are various types of ISO certifications which are used for different industries. Industry specific standards are developed by ISO. ISO certification helps organizations in cutting the costs, improving systems and procedures and putting it in place.
If an organization bills themselves as “ISO 9001 Certified,” this means the organization has met the requirements designated under ISO 9001. ISO 9001 requires organizations to define and follow a quality management system that is both appropriate and effective while also requiring them to identify areas for improvement and take action toward those improvements.
As a result, it’s typically understood that an organization claiming ISO 9001 certification is an organization with products and services that meet quality standards.