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Procedure for ISO Certification
The process of certification differs according to the companies and the standards being applied for. However, there are roughly 4 main stages of the ISO certification process:
1. Write Documentation:
A written quality manual, written procedures and filing a form are one of the first few things you have to compose. These documents need to meet the requirements of the ISO quality standard and meet your own company’s vision. The documents must mention what you do, how you do and provide proof for the same.
The whole staff needs to undergo training according to their role in the organization.
3. Practicing your quality system:
You have to implement and along the way, make changes in your daily operations. Records need to be kept in accordance with the new quality management system. This practice should make you and your staff ready for the registration audit. Auditors can remark on problems as ‘non-conformance’s’. If the non-conformance is major then your organization will not be certified to the ISO standard. If the non-conformance’s are minor then, they may or may not prevent your certification depending on the degree of nonconformity.
The number of auditors needed and the amount of time required to carry out the auditing process differs based on the size and operation of the company. The auditors will examine your records and may talk with your staff so make sure your records are properly kept and your staff is well-trained.