Frequently Asked Questions
Certification refers to the conformance or compliance to a certain characteristics of an object, person or an organization. This certification is often provided by some kind of external review, assessment or audit.
Accreditation is the process of formally obtaining the credibility from an authorized body to provide the Certificates.
ISO – International Organization for Standardization. ISO is an international standard setting body which composed of representatives from different national standards Organization
It is available in www.iso.org, or you can get your Standard copy from Certification Body by proper mode of application.
The process of ISO certification starts from application/Contract Signing with a Certification body prior to the submission of application the organization should prepare the documents, Records and conduct internal audit within the organization, Once the application is filled with all the requirement stated IAS will conduct Stage 1 and Stage 2 audits as per the audit procedure, If NC are raised during the course of audit all the identified NC’s need to be effectively closed. Once the NC are closed with the corrective actions IAS technical committee will review and grant the certificate
Annex SL is a new management system format that provides the High Level Structure to ISO Management system and helps in implementing multiple standards within one Organization easier. All standards are provided with common titles (i.e, 10 clauses)
You can use logos in your Websites, Broachers, Catalogues and Business cards as per the Logo usage rules. In case, if your certification status is ‘suspended’ or ‘withdrawn’, you should withdraw the logos from advertisement. Any violation of logo rules is subject to legal action