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    Why is ISO important?

    The International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) is a multi-national organisation that puts forth internationally recognised standards that provide structured frameworks for doing business efficiently and effectively. ISO is an independent, non-governmental organisation, consisting of 164 member countries. ISO was initiated with the idea of answering a fundamental question: “What is the best way to do business?”

    The ISO certification mark confirms that your business conforms with certified international practices to ensure that your organisation is a reliable and trustworthy service provider, attracting prospective clients and stakeholders.

    Customers, regulators, and governments rely on ISO standards to help develop better regulations for businesses in their country. By trusting globally recognised experts to deliver globally agreed-upon standards and template frameworks, you can be assured that ISO standards are worth conforming to.

    “Trusted standards mean that industry doesn’t need to reinvent the wheel, that innovations will be compatible and work with existing technology, and that products and services will be trusted too. Governments use standards as trusted solutions to complement regulation, and they give peace of mind to consumers who know they are not putting themselves or their families at risk.”

    Previous Acting ISO Secretary-General, Kevin McKinley

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    ISO Certifications are a means to qualify businesses. This ensures that a certified organisation has a robust Business Management System comprising of Policies, Objectives, Plans, Processes, Procedures, Risk Assessments, Consistent Forms, Templates, and Standardisation. The purpose of standardisation is to streamline production in various industries, ensuring the quality, consistency, and safety of products and services, while supporting global collaboration and compatibility.

    There are many benefits of standardisation for businesses. Customer satisfaction is a key element to success for any business. By conforming with various ISO standards, you will ensure that your products and services are delivered at optimal levels of quality. ISO certification is seen as a stamp of approval. By implementing this standards, productivity is streamlined and made more effective, costs are cut, and errors are reduced.

    ISO implementation will aid both short- and long-term business strategies to help a business run smoothly, no matter the size or industry of the business. ISO Management Systems gives every business a competitive advantage over a competitor that does not conform with or implement such a framework in their business. By implementing a Management System that conforms with international standards, you will ensure customer satisfaction through quality products and services.

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    What is the ISO Consultation Process?

    ISO Implementation Process Flowchart

    ISO Index

    ISO 9001 2

    ISO 9001

    Quality Management Systems

    ISO 14001 1

    ISO 14001

    Environmental Management Systems

    ISO 45001 1

    ISO 45001

    Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems

    ISO 27001 1

    ISO 27001

    Information Security Management Systems

    ISO 31000

    ISO 31000

    Risk Management Systems

    ISO 22000

    ISO 22000

    Food Safety Management Systems

    ISO 20000 1

    ISO 20000-1

    Information Technology Management Systems

    ISO 50001 1

    ISO 50001

    Energy Management

    ISO 55001 1

    ISO 55001

    Asset Management Systems

    ISO 37001

    ISO 37001

    Anti-Bribery Management Systems

    ISO 44001

    ISO 44001

    Collaborative Business Relationship Management Systems

    ISO 17021

    ISO 17021

    Conformity Assessment for Bodies Management Systems Providing Certification

    ISO 22301

    ISO 22301

    Business Continuity Management Systems

    ISO 17025

    ISO 17025

    Testing and Calibration of Laboratories Management Systems

    ISO 3834

    ISO 3834

    Quality Requirements for Fusion Welding of Metallic Materials Management Systems

    ISO 17065

    ISO 17065

    Conformity Assessment Requirements for bodies Certifying Products, Processes and Services Management Systems

    ISO 19011

    ISO 19011

    Guidelines for Auditing Management Systems

    ISO 13485

    ISO 13485

    Management Systems for Medical Devices

    ISO 30405

    ISO 30405

    Human Resource Management Systems

    ISO 14064

    ISO 14064

    Management Systems for Greenhouse Gases Specification

    ISO 18788

    ISO 18788

    Management Systems for Private Security Operations

    ISO 26001

    ISO 26000

    Guidance on Social Responsibility Management Systems


    SANS 1752

    Strategic Facilities Management Systems


    SANS 10330

    HACCP – Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points Management Systems


    SANS 16001

    Wellness and Disease Management Systems

    ISO TS 1649 1

    IATF 16949

    Technical Specification (TS) for Automotive Industry Management Systems


    CPS 234

    Prudential Standard Information Security Management Systems



    Payment Card Data Security Standard Management Systems