ISO Certification for Indian Organisation

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  • ISO Certificate is valid for 3 years subject annual surveillance audit
  • ISO certification represents Trust and Confidence for your clients
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ISO Certification at a glance

ISO certification has been largely considered as a quality management tool which provides a kind of identity to company’s quality management system. It standardises how businesses and organisations involved in commerce and industry manage information and processes. It simply means that organisation has met certain requirements.

Some Important ISO Standards

  • ISO 9001-Quality management ( Basic)
  • ISO 10012-Measurement management systems
  • ISO 14001 – Environmental management
  • OHSAS 18001 – Occupational Health & safety management
  • ISO 20000-1 – Information technology management
  • ISO 22000 – Standard for food safety
  • ISO 27001 – Information media security system
  • ISO 31000 – Risk management
  • ISO 4217 – Currency codes
  • ISO 50001 – Energy management

It must be noted that ISO itself does not provide certification to the companies. Certification is done by the external bodies. It is very important that you choose recognized and credible certification body.

ISO certificate is become an essenstial requirement to participate in government tenders and it also helps your organisation to build credibility in overseas business as well.

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Benefits of ISO Certification

Participate in Tenders
An ISO certificated company eligible to participate in Govt. tenders. Now a days ISO certification become an essential requirement in most of the tenders open.
Customer Creditability and Confidence
ISO Certification enhances customer creditability and confidence. Basically, it proves that the company is dedicated to providing quality to its customers, which is no small advantage whether the company is negotiating with a long-time customer or endeavoring to pry a potentially lucrative customer away from a competitor. This benefit manifests itself not only in increased customer retention, but also in increased customer acquisition and heightened ability to enter into new markets
Improve Marketability
Once a business becomes ISO certified, they can advertise their quality certification as well as respond to requests for quotes from firms, which make the ISO certificate a must have. Since ISO offers certifications and standards, which are globally acceptable, businesses have the opportunity of leveraging new market opportunities that they could not do business with before being ISO certified.
Improve Firm and Product Quality
A quality management system (QMS) entails quality standards. As such, one effect of incorporating a QMS should be an ameliorated level of quality for the whole firm. This translates to heightened quality standards in every process and every product. Quality can be termed as conformance to the set requirements. Thus, a well-developed, efficiently implemented ISO Quality Management System will put your business on the road to increased quality.
Increased Customer Satisfaction
Quality translates to whatever you are producing working as your clients expect. You will not only meet the set requirements, but you will meet more of clients’ implied requirements. Quality translates to reduced consumer complaints and doing more to resolve those complaints that come. An ISO certified business leverages an efficient quality management system, and per se, it can comprehend what the clients expect and provide it, increasing overall customer satisfaction.
Professional Culture Development
A business that is effectively able to implement an ISO quality management system is able to empower its employees. A QMS will provide your employees with clear and concise instructions on job descriptions and quality objectives. The tools serve as work instructions and procedures, as well as, prompt and actionable feedback on employee performance and process metrics.
International Creditability
ISO certification helps organisation to build creditability with foreign customers and consequently helps to boost your export business.

Document requirements for ISO Certification application

  1. Business Details
  2. Certificate of Incorporation/Registration Certificate ( for Organisation)
  3. Passport Size Photograph of Applicant
  4. PAN Card of Oraganisation
  5. Proof of Address of Director/Partner (/Applicant): Aadhar Card/ Voter ID
  6. Sales bill/Purchase bill ( atleast 2 copies )

Our Pricing

ISO 9001:2008

Quality Management (USAS certified)

Rs. 10000

ISO 9001:2008

Quality Management (IAF certified)

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ISO 10012

Measurement management systems

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OHSAS 18001

Occupational Health & safety

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ISO 27001

Information media security system

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ISO 20000-1

Information technology management

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ISO 22000

Standard for food safety

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ISO 50001

Energy management

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Fees varies as per certification type and certifying body you choose. Get estimated cost of certification from our consultant.

Our Package Inclusion for ISO Certification

First, Get Consultation from our Consultant to know the ISO policy requirements, documents and process of ISO Certification
Once you finalise, our first step is to collect all the relevant documents and business information from you.
Drafting Application & Policies Standards
Once all documents and business information, we draft your application and Policy standards as per type of ISO Certification you choose.
Filing of Application
Once all documents and formalities are completed, finally we submit the application to Certification Body.
Certification to be chosen by. here fee varies as per type of certification and Certifying Body.
Audit Guide
We guide you in case of Initial Certification Audit.
Issue Certificate
on successfully completion of Initial Certification Audit by ISO Auditor, Certificate is Issued and delivered to you.

ISO Certification process in India

  • Type of ISO Certification Choose the type of ISO certification required for your business. For example, ISO 9001 or ISO 10012 or ISO 27001
  • Selected Accreditation Body It must be noted that ISO itself does not provide certification to the companies. Certification is done by the external bodies. It is very important that you choose recognised and credible accreditation body.
  • Fill-up Application Form The applicant and the registrar should agree on a contract. This contract usually defines rights and obligations of both parties and includes liability issues, confidentiality, and access rights.
  • Documents Submit and Review Once you submit all documents, the ISO auditor will review your quality manuals & documents related to various policies & procedures being followed in the organisation. Basically, this review helps ISO Auditor to identify the possible gaps against the requirements stipulated in the ISO standards.
  • Post Review Action plan ( if any gap found on review) Once the ISO Auditor reviews all documents and quality Manual, next step they communicate the existing gaps ( if any) in your organisation. Therefore, you should prepare an action plan to eliminate these gaps. Prepare the list of the required tasks to be performed to bring the desired changes in your organisation. You may be required to give training to your employees to work efficiently while adapting to new procedures. Make all the employees aware of the ISO standards in terms of work efficiency and quality standards. For that purpose your can hire ISO quality trainer’s service.
  • First Initial Certification Audit First initial certification audit is conducted in 2 stages,

    Stage 1:-
    The purpose of the Stage 1 audit, ISO Auditor
    1. Make verification that the management system conforms to the requirements of the standard.
    2. Make verification its implementation status.
    3. Make verification the scope of certification.
    4. Check legislative/regulatory compliance.
    5. Produce a report that identifies any non-compliance or opportunities for improvement and agree to corrective action plan if required.
    6. Produce an assessment plan and confirm a date for the Stage 2 audit visit.

    Stage 2:-
    The purpose of this audit is to confirm that the management system has been fully implemented and conforms to the requirements of the chosen Standard in practice. The auditor will:
    1. Undertake random samples of the processes and activities defined in the scope of certification.
    2. Document how the system complies with the standard by using objective evidence.
    3. Report any non-compliances or opportunities for improvement.
    4. Forward to Issuing Registrar.
    5. Produce a surveillance plan and agree to a date for the first annual surveillance audit.
  • Issue Certificate After all non-conformities are addressed and all the findings are put in the ISO audit report, the registrar will grant you the ISO certification.
  • Surveillance Audits Surveillance audits are undertaken periodically (typical once in a year or once in 2 years) to ensure that conformance to the chosen Standard is maintained throughout the three-year certification cycle. The frequency and duration of surveillance audit is dependent on factors including:
    # size and structure of organisation.
    # complexity and risk of activities.
    # number of management systems standards included in the scope of certification.

What are the Various types of ISO certification ( or ISO Standards) ?

What are the various ISO Accreditation Bodies globally?


JAS-ANZ :- The Joint Accreditation System of Australia and New Zealand

UKAS :- The United Kingdom Accreditation Service

DAC :- The Dubai Accreditation Department 

ANAB :- ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board, USA

IAS :- International Accreditation Service, USA

NABCB :-National Accreditation Board for Certification Bodies, India Govt.

EGAC :- Egyptian Accreditation Council, Egypt Govt.

AIAO-BAR :- American International Accreditation Organization

Six Core principle of ISO Certification

Document Control
Issuing a document with a reference and version number to ensure that the right document, is in the right place, at the right time.
Record Control
A record is a completed document (see above). Record control is an efficient method of finding individual records. It can also refer to how you file, remove, archive and destroy individual records.
Internal Review
An in-depth review of your management system, to ensure you are on track for your end of year validation audit. This also ensures the company satisfies internal audit requirements laid out in the standard.
A non-conformance is when something happens within the business that wasn’t planned. This could be: Internal E.g Out of date process / procedure, human error etc. External E.g Customer complaints, supplier issues etc.
Corrective Action
A plan created by management to rectify a non-conformance (see above), and to prevent it from recurring.
Preventative Action
An action to clarify and address potential risks to the business, with a view to reduce future non-conformances.
ISO Certification for Indian Organisation
    • Our ISO Consultants possess deep exposure in ISO certification works for last many years. We help you to get ISO Certification smoothly.
    • Yes. We do serve our clients PAN India from our Branch Offices and Associate Consultants in Major Cities.
    • It must be noted that ISO itself does not provide certification to the companies. Certification is done by the external bodies. It is very important that you choose recognised and credible certification body.

      When choosing a certification body, you should:

      # Evaluate several certification bodies.
      # Check if the certification body uses the relevant CASCO standard
      # Check if it is accredited. Accreditation is not compulsory, and non-accreditation does not necessarily mean it is not reputable, but it does provide independent confirmation of competence. To find an accredited certification body, contact the national accreditation body in your country or visit the International Accreditation Forum.
    • Cost for getting ISO certification is not fixed and varies from organisation to organisation. The ISO certification agency calculates the cost of ISO certification separately for each organization after considering them on different parameters such as :

      Number of employees
      Number of Processes
      Level of risk associated with the scope of services of the organisation
      Complexity of the management system
      The number of working shifts etc.
    • No, You don't need to be physically present for the process of your application. We process on your behalf.
    • ISO Stands for "International Organization for Standardization".
      ISO is an independent, non-governmental international organization with a membership of 161 national standards bodies.
      Through its members, it brings together experts to share knowledge and develop voluntary, consensus-based, market relevant International Standards that support innovation and provide solutions to global challenges.
      ISO head quarter at Geneva, Switzerland.
    • IAF stands for “International Accreditation Forum” which continuously monitors and improvises the international standards and it also educates accredited bodies about Standards. IAF ISO certifications are accepted worldwide.
    • ISO certificate valid for 3 years subject to Surveillance Audit.
    • Yes.When you receive a certificate, a unique certificate number is mentioned on the certificate. This Unique certificate number you can check this on Website of the accreditations’ website.
    • Cost of ISO certification depends on various factors like Type of ISO Certification your looking for your organisation, selection of Certifying body from which you want to be ISO certified, Nature of business, Size of the organisation, level of Compliance, etc
    • You may say YES or NO both.
      Of course price is the main criteria, if you do not care about other important factors like, Choosing Certifying Body, their Accreditation, Reputation, experience, etc.
      Getting a Certificate from a Reputed certifying Body is obviously cost to you more, but gives you overall more gross business value. Sometimes Customer check your certificate along with the certifying Body and prefer to deals with Reputed ISO certificate holding organisations, which additionally ensure them feel secured and helps to build more confidence on your organisation.
    • Some of the key benefits of ISO 9001 certification for your organisation includes,
      • Suitable for both small and large organisations.
      • Better internal management of the Organisation.
      • Less wastage of Money and resources.
      • Increase in efficiency, productivity and profitability.
      • It works as Marketability to improved customer retention and acquisition.
      • Consistent outcomes, measured and monitored.
      • Globally recognised standard.
      • Compatible with other ISO standards.

      An ISO 9001 certificate works as customer confidence tool and serve as a prerequisite for some of your customers and a “nice to have” for others, when they are considering suppliers. It gives your customers confidence that you are working to standards and procedures that will provide them with a high standard of customer service.
      In fact, some of your customers generally prefer to do business with ISO certified companies because it gives them assurance that your management systems are constantly assessed and approved by the External Agencies ( herein ISO Auditors)
    • ISO/IEC 27000:2018 provides the overview of information security management systems (ISMS). It also provides terms and definitions commonly used in the ISMS family of standards. This document is applicable to all types and sizes of organisation (e.g. commercial enterprises, government agencies, not-for-profit organisations).

      The terms and definitions provided in this document
      - cover commonly used terms and definitions in the ISMS family of standards;
      - do not cover all terms and definitions applied within the ISMS family of standards; and
      - do not limit the ISMS family of standards in defining new terms for use.
    • ISO/IEC 27005:2011 provides guidelines for information security risk management.

      It supports the general concepts specified in ISO/IEC 27001 and is designed to assist the satisfactory implementation of information security based on a risk management approach.

      Knowledge of the concepts, models, processes and terminologies described in ISO/IEC 27001 and ISO/IEC 27002 is important for a complete understanding of ISO/IEC 27005:2011.

      ISO/IEC 27005:2011 is applicable to all types of organisations (e.g. commercial enterprises, government agencies, non-profit organisations) which intend to manage risks that could compromise the organisation's information security.
    • ISO/IEC 27002:2013 gives guidelines for organisational information security standards and information security management practices including the selection, implementation and management of controls taking into consideration the organisation's information security risk environment(s).

      It is designed to be used by organisations that intend to:
      1) select controls within the process of implementing an Information Security Management System based on ISO/IEC 27001;
      2) implement commonly accepted information security controls;
      3) develop their own information security management guidelines.
    • Yes.
      There are 2 Types of Audit in case of ISO Certification.

      First one, “Initial Certification Audit”, Before issue of ISO Certificate, ISO Auditor ensure that management system conforms to the requirements of the chosen standard in practice, legislative/regulatory compliance in order or find out there are opportunities for improvement and agree to corrective action plan if required.

      Surveillance Audits, are undertaken periodically after issue of certificate (typically once in a year or once in 2 years) to ensure that conformance to the chosen Standard is maintained by the organisation throughout the three-year certification cycle. The frequency and duration of surveillance audit is dependent on factors like, size and structure of organisation, complexity and risk of activities or number of management systems standards included in the scope of certification.
    • Here are some other things you should consider when choosing which to work with:

      1) Reputation :- If you want to use your certificate for marketing purposes, you probably don’t want to get the certificate from a body that is known to give them away with no criteria whatsoever. You should choose a certification body with a solid – if not perfect – reputation.
      2) Accreditation :- Actually, anyone can give you a piece of paper saying that you are ISO 27001 certified; but not anyone is accredited (i.e. licensed) to do so – therefore, you need to check whether that certification body has accreditation, that is, if they have the license from the local government body in your country. For example, in the United Kingdom this body is UKAS; in United States it is ANAB.
      3) Specialisation:- If you are a bank, it is actually not a very good idea to have a certification body that has until now certified only manufacturing companies. This auditor may have a lot of experience in business continuity, but if he has audited only manufacturing companies by now, you will lose too much time explaining to him how the bank works – as a result, he will be learning much from you than you will from him.
      4) Experience :- Even if you might wish to choose an auditor with low experience to get by easily, it is actually in your best interest to have an experienced auditor because you might miss some valuable insight. So, do not be afraid to ask which auditor will audit you; ask for his CV and/or a list of companies he has audited.
      5) Integrated audit :- You may be starting only with ISO 27001, but if you also plan to implement ISO 22301, ISO 9001 and other standards, you can actually ask your certification body to do a so-called integrated audit. This means you won’t have to go through separate audits for each and every system (and pay the full fee for each of them), but you can do one audit for all these systems together – not only will you save time (an integrated audit takes less time than several separate audits), but also – yes, you will pay less.
      6) Flexibility :- If the certification body has to fly in the auditor from another continent (because they don’t have anyone locally), it will be very difficult for you to change the date of the audit (e.g. you didn’t finish your project, or some problem has happened) since all the travel arrangements have been made already.
      7) Language :- Even though the certification body might provide a translator if necessary, still the audit will go much smoother if the auditor speaks your language. He will read your documents much more easily, and you will be able to develop a better relationship with him if there is no language barrier.

      Think about the total value,
      So there it is – like with any other supplier, you will have to do your homework and choose the best one for you. And remember, you have to think about the total cost of the service you’re receiving and the price of lost opportunity – low-cost provider might take too much of your time, and provide little value in return.
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