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Over the past few weeks the team at IS Certification Services has been busy producing a beginner’s guide to ISO Certification. This new web page looks at the process of ISO Certification, from picking a standard to maintaining compliance. If you are new to the world of ISO then it may feel a little daunting. In response to this ISC has created an easy to follow, step by step guide. We hope you find it helpful.
Did you know that becoming an ISO accredited organisation offers many tangible benefits? Imagine having everyone within your organisation on the same page. This would deliver consistency, and consistency delivers growth. ISC is here to help you grow, delivering honest advice and support throughout your ISO journey.
To get started please click here and view our Guide to ISO Certification page. Once you have reviewed the steps listed you will be promoted to choose a standard. Depending on the size of your organisation you may wish to consider hiring an ISO Consultant.
A couple of questions you should ask an ISO Consultant are; Have you got industry experience? Do you have the relevant qualifications in place? Remember; a good ISO Consultant will add value, bringing his/her experiences to the table. An experienced ISO Consultant should help your organisation overcome any issues or questions linked to the standard(s) you have chosen. They will also reduce the risk of starting down the wrong path, or missing critical requirements of ISO standard(s).
The short answer is yes, however this will depend on you/your business. Our Guide to ISO Certification page breaks down an ISO journey into six simple steps. By following these steps, obtaining an ISO Certificate for your organisation is indeed possible. Step one will be choosing the Standard(s) you wish to implement. Step two is an ISC setup process. Step three looks at and reviews your assessment. Step four covers documents and tasks. Step five is obtaining your certificate(s). And finally step six, this is about maintaining ISO compliance.
We hope you find value in our beginner’s guide to ISO Certification? Please feel free to send us your thoughts, feedback or suggestions. If you have any questions regarding ISO Certification then we’d be delighted to help.
28 April 2022