What is ISO (International Organization for Standardization)?
International Organization for Standardization is known as ISO. It is International Standard-Setting Body. It is composed of representatives from Various National Standards Organizations. ISO is an independent body and does not interfere with any GOVT in this body. The Organization Promotes
- Worldwide Proprietary
- Commercial Standards
ISO was founded on 23 February 1947. ISO is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. One of the organizations granted General Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council. This allows ISO to participate in the Work of the United Nations. The Three Official Languages of the ISO
The Organization’s Name has different Acronyms in different languages (IOS in English and OIN in French).
About ISO (International Organization for Standardization)
- Founded in 1947.
- Non-Governmental Organization.
- Global Network of National Standards Bodies.
- I Number per Country (Membership Organization).
- ISO Membership Comes with Rights, Benefits, Obligations, and Good Practices.
ISO (International Organization for Standardization) in Figures
- 161 Members.
- 22000+ Published Standards.
- 100+ Standards Published Each Month.
- 245 Technical Committees.
- 100,000+ Experts.
- 7+ Meeting Any Day, Anywhere, on Average.
Steps in Getting ISO Certification for your Organization in Pakistan
- Learn About Various ISO Standards – The Company must clearly understand the specific standards required.
- The organization must choose the proper ISO Standard depending on the desired business objective.
- Get Associated with an Expert ISO Consultant – ISO Consultant will guide you through the ISO Certification Process. They play a Vital Role in the success of the ISO Certification.
- Prepare an Efficient Quality Manual – The Quality Manual must be prepared in alignment with the Organizational Objectives.
- Undergo Awareness Training – The employees across various departments must be aware of ISO Certification Standards.
- Awareness Training will enhance the effectiveness of the ISO Certification Standard Implementation.
- ISO Standard Implementation and Internal Audit – A Quality Management System must be implemented and checked for ISO Certification Compliance.
- Conducting an Internal Audit helps identify the non-conformities and take the required corrective actions.
- Finalize The Certification Body – Choosing the Certification Body depends on various factors- Type of ISO Standards, Scope, etc.
- Depending on the ISO Certification Body chosen, the cost of ISO Certification Varies.
- Scheduling External Audit from the Certification Body – The Certification body will conduct an audit to check the QMS system for vulnerabilities.
- Once the QMS is compliant with the ISO Certification Standard guidelines, The Certification will be issued.
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