ISO STANDARDS

What is ISO?

ISO is the International Organisation of Standardisation, a governing body that develops and publish International Standards.

As the world’s leading Management System Standards, ISO aims to help organisations to establish the framework(s) required to achieve optimal business performance. ISO standards cross over multiple aspects of business operations the primary of which currently include:

  • Quality – ISO 9001
  • Environmental – ISO 14001
  • Energy – ISO 50001
  • Occupational Health & Safety – ISO 45001
  • Information Security – ISO 27001
  • Integrated Managment Systems

 

ISO Standards help organisations to achieve excellence, consistency, standardisation, and continuous improvement in all aspects and elements of their day-to-day operations and across all individual lines of business, departments, or locations.

In addition to the significant financial benefits ISO adoptees stand to gain from such as reduced costs and inefficiencies, increased sales and profits, and year-on-year growth in market share and bottom line, ISO Standards provide a level of systematic strength, durability, and reliability that enables organisations to successfully scale and continuously improve at a speed that suits both the nature and objectives of their business…..

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Nearly 20,000 standards have been established covering everything from consumer products and services, construction, engineering, business, information technology, human services to energy and water utilities, the environment and much more. Use of the standards ensures that products and services are safe, reliable and consistently perform the way they were intended to.

What are the benefits of ISO International Standards?

ISO standards enable products from different markets to be directly compared, they facilitate companies in entering new markets and assist in the development of global trade on a fair basis. They also enable companies to access new markets and tender for public contracts. The standards help businesses increase productivity while minimising errors and waste. They also serve to safeguard consumers and the end-users of products and services, ensuring that certified products confirm to the minimum standards set internationally.