ISO Registration

What is ISO?

ISO stands for International Standard Organization. ISO, international organisations for standardization is an independent, non-governmental organizations that facilitates world trade by providing common standards between nations.

The Organizations looking for ISO certification, ISO registration or ISO certificates including ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, ISO 20000, ISO 27001, ISO 50001, etc. certification in India can contact Taxwala.

ISO Registration Documents

Copy of PAN
Passport Size Photo
Copy of Aadhar Card or Voting Card
2 Purchase Bills
2 Sales Bills
Electricity Bill
List of Employees with designation
Other Registration Certificates, if any.
ISO Registration Process

 

Process for ISO Registration

Application: As usual, the first step is to Apply for ISO certification. We need to provide complete business information including the nature business, company address, years of operation etc.

Audit: On successful submission of application along with necessary documents, an ISO Audit will be conducted by certifying body.

Certification: The decision of certification will be taken on the basis of authenticity of documents provided by applicant. Afterwards, ISO Certificate will be granted.

Surveillance: Also called Surveillance Audit, is an audit needs to be conducted every year to ensure continued adherence to the organizational quality management system to the requirements of ISO standards.

Benefits of ISO Registration:

For Businesses:
ISO standards help businesses to:

Cut costs, through improved systems and processes
Increase customer satisfaction, through improved safety, quality and processes
Access new markets, through ensuring the compatibility of products and services
Reduce their impact on the environment.
For Consumers:
ISO has sets of standards touching almost all aspects of daily life.

When products and services conform to International Standards consumers can have confidence that they are safe, reliable and of good quality. For example, ISO’s standards on road safety, toy safety and secure medical packaging are just a selection of those that help make the world a safer place.

 

For Government:
ISO standards draw on international expertise and experience and are therefore a vital resource for governments when developing public policy. National governments can use ISO standards to support public policy, which has a number of benefits, including:

Getting expert opinion – By integrating an ISO standard into national regulation, governments can benefit from the opinion of experts without having to call on their services directly.

Opening up world trade – ISO international standards are adopted by many governments, so integrating them into national regulation ensures that requirements for imports and exports are the same the world over, therefore facilitating the movement of goods, services and technologies from country to country.