The certification company offers you a variety of certification options in a wide variety of areas of impact for your company – and with system. Below you will find a list of the most common and widely used certifications as well as their definition and areas of application.
The ISO 9001: 2015 follows a process-oriented approach and is based on the practice in companies and service companies. The focus is increasingly on the systematic handling of risks and opportunities that influence the achievement of goals in the processes. The top management level is more involved in the quality management process and is responsible for the effectiveness and performance of the quality management system.
The Goals of ISO 9001
This is the certified and continuous assurance that all production or service-related processes within a company are carried out in accordance with environmental regulations and legal requirements.
It is a fact that the different environmental influences of companies sometimes affect whole ecosystems and also that natural, in particular fossil, raw materials will not be unrestrictedly available.
With regard to the status as a company on the world market and the associated customer expectations and needs, it is important here to optimize the company processes in the environmental area and also to monitor them sustainably.
The Goals of ISO 14001
This management system ensures a systematization of security activities as well as a systematic improvement of legal security and the general conditions. Awareness of occupational safety risks is strengthened and legal requirements regarding occupational safety are demonstrably fulfilled. An open information policy on occupational safety and health issues is being pursued. Processes are systematically investigated, measures are defined, implemented and assessed.
The Goals of ISO 45001
ISO 22000 is a management system that is implemented and used to detect existing and potential risks in food production. In doing so, corresponding dangers are defined, precautionary measures taken, results assessed and also continuously improved in the application.
Today, the topic of the food industry is a global issue that, through food-borne diseases, not only impacts on human life, but also on the economies of countries and institutions. Every year, countless people are affected globally by the effects of food poisoning and the diseases that cause it, almost all of which involve compensation payments from manufacturing companies, which also causes companies to lose their reputation and reputation.
Ensuring the quality and safety of food is an unavoidable condition for the sustainability of farms from farm to fork in the food chain. For this reason, risk management has become an immediate condition for all those establishments that supply restaurants, caterers, packing service and so on. This also applies to suppliers of chemicals, accessories or service providers in the transport and logistics sector.
Therefore, security plays a crucial role here and is increasingly valued by consumers in particular. Companies with appropriate security measures are thus specifically preferred.
With ISO 22000, a company can provide such coverage by means of various and effective food safety systems. This management system is valid for all companies in the food supply chain and complies with the provisions of ISO 9001 and ISO 14001.
The Goals of ISO 22000
ISO 27001 is the international standard for an effective information security management system and forms the basis for the protection of confidential data. With ISO 27001, companies have a systematic guide to plan, implement, monitor and improve their own information systems to support business processes.
The Goals of ISO 27001
It is the first global energy management system published according to regional and national standards such as EN 16001. The ISO 50001 energy management system contains forced services and procedures that are required to determine the respective energy requirement as well as the measurement and recording of consumption values. By creating an essential and systematic energy awareness, it aims to reduce the costs and environmental impact, such as As greenhouse gas emissions, significantly reduce. The standard of the ISO 50001 energy management system can be used by companies of all types and sizes, without any influence from geographic, cultural or social factors.
The standard is generally designed for independent use. However, if desired, it can also be used or integrated with other management systems upon consultation.
The Goals of ISO 50001
DIN ISO 13485 is the ISO standard that sets out the requirements for a process-oriented management system for product safety and the fulfillment of specific requirements for medical devices.
The Goals of ISO 13485
The ISO 10002 standard, published in 2004 by the ISO (International Organization for Standardization), aims to systematically manage customer complaints and to ensure and maintain customer satisfaction. The transformation of dissatisfaction and complaints using various systematic and administrative means plays a crucial role. The standard thus offers a completely new perspective on a customer complaint that at first glance appears to be negative and deliberately conveys new procedural principles for the general handling of such as well as for increasing customer satisfaction. The application is possible as a company both individually and as part of the ISO 9001 system.
The Goals of ISO 10002