ISO 9001 is one of the standards within the range of ISO 9000 standards. ISO 9001 certification is suitable for all sizes and types of organizations and is well established around the world as an invaluable Quality Management System standard. It is suitable for organizations in all industry sectors and will help your organization to improve management processes to compete locally and/or globally. The process encompasses the entire organization and requires senior management buy-in, it is not just a function of the Quality Department. To achieve ISO 9001 certification your organization needs to demonstrate that it can meet the regulatory requirements and apply the system effectively to be of real benefit to your customers.
Meeting the requirements of this standard will provide quality management systems that will be of real benefit to your organization to help manage your business effectively and put in place best practice methodology. ISO 9001 Certification will give your organization the quality systems that will provide the foundation to better customer satisfaction, staff motivation and continual improvement.
A two day course containing the following:
Following are the roles for whom training is suitable.
The “Certified ISO 9001 Internal Auditor” exam covers the following competence domains:
1. What is ISO?
An ISO – International Organization for Standardization if the world's latest develops and publisher of international standards. ISO a non – governmental organization that forms a bridge between the public & private sectors. The standards ensure desirable characteristics of products and services such as Quality, Environmental, Friendliness, Safety, reliability, Efficiently & interchangeability at on economic cost.
2. What is Quality Management System (QMS)?
Quality Management System means the combination of processes used to ensure that the degree of excellence specified is achieved. A quality management system is the sum of the activities and information an organization uses to enable it to better & more consistently deliver products and services that meet and exceed the needs and expectations of its customers and beneficiaries, more cost effectively and cost efficiently today and in the future.
3. Who is Responsible for Developing the ISO 9000 Standards?
ISO Technical Committee (TC) number 176 (ISO/TC 176), and its Sub-committees, are responsible for the development of the standards. The work is conducted on the basis of "consensus" among quality and industry experts nominated by the National Standards Bodies, representing a wide range of interested parties.
4. Why Should Your Organization Obtain ISO 9001 Certification?
Recapping the article, your organization certification to ISO 9001 will help you:
5. Is ISO Certification is a one-time Phenomenon?
ISO certification is not a one-time phenomenon. Once the organization gets certified, certification shall be valid for a defined period. ISO conducts a regular surveillance of the organization on yearly basis.