Glossary of ISO 9001 terms
A comprehensive glossary of ISO 9001 terms
How to choose a certification body?
There are 40 accredited certification bodies. Certification body is a third party (generally a private operation) that assesses and certifies you Quality Management System. Read in this article how to choose the right certification body to work with.
List of certification bodies
A list of certification bodies in Australia
Can you Do-It-Yourself?
Some issues you need to consider when thinking about using DIY ISO 9001 kits to develop your ISO 9001 system.
Links to Australian and international organisations – find more information.
What our Clients Say
Many of our clients were involved with ISO, our decision to choose ISO Global was based on their quality product which was fully accredited. ISO Global were very thorough and always open to assisting and supporting our needs.
“From the outset, ISO Global was pragmatic in supporting Approach Solutions through the implementation of our Quality Management System. This pragmatic approach was very welcome given the small size of our startup company. We were able to implement a sustainable system that effectively supports the operational processes and business objectives of the company. As a startup, I believe we’ve implemented much more than an ISO 9001:2015 certified quality management system, but rather the foundation of a business management system built on continuous improvement and customer focus as the underlying core. ISO Global set the right expectations upfront and delivered on those expectations. Through every stage of initial consultation, development, implementation and audit, ISO Global provided excellent support leading to a successful system implementation and certification journey.”
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