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ISO 22000:2018 - (FSMS) Food & Safety Management System

ISO 22000:2018 certification covers all the processes in the food chain that impact the safety of the end product. The standard specifies the requirements for a comprehensive food safety management system, as well as incorporating the elements of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP).
ISO 22000:2018 creates a single food safety standard that harmonizes the various national standards into one easy-to-understand set of requirements that are simple to apply and recognized around the world. This internationally recognized food safety standard can be used by all organizations in the food supply chain from farming to food services, processing, transportation and storage through packaging to retail.

Our ISO 22000:2018 certification service helps you to demonstrate your commitment to food safety. Whether you hold an existing ISO 22000 certificate and wish to transition, or you are new to certification and want to understand the benefits to your business, we can support you with everything from audits to implementation and training.

ISO 20000-1:2018 - Information Technology Service Management

ISO/IEC 20000-1:2018 defines the requirements for a service provider to deliver managed services. It is the first international standard for service management and promotes the adoption of an integrated process approach to effectively deliver managed services.
IT and business service providers are under great pressure to deliver cost-effective, high-quality, safe and reliable service to their customers and their own organizations.

With growing reliance on support services and the wide range of technologies available, service providers strive to uphold high levels of customer service. ISO 20000-1 has been developed to make your business support organization or IT service providers more efficient and ensure quality, consistent, and reliable service through implementation of an Information Service Management System. 

ISO 13485:2016 - Quality Management System – Medical Devices

ISO 13485 is the medical device industry’s most widely used international standard for quality management. Issued by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), the ISO 13485 standard is an effective solution to meet the comprehensive requirements for a QMS in the medical device industry. Adopting ISO 13485 provides a practical foundation for manufacturers to address the EU Medical Device Directive (MDD),

the EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR), and other regulations, as well as demonstrating a commitment to the safety and quality of medical devices. Starting with management support and identifying the customer requirements for the QMS, you will need to start developing documentation including the Quality Policy, Quality Objectives, and Quality Manual. Together, these define the overall scope and implementation of the Quality Management System. Along with these, you will need to create the mandatory and additional processes and procedures necessary for your organization to properly create and deliver your product or service. 

ISO 22301:2012 - Business Continuity Management

ISO 22301 is the Business Continuity Management System standard. Business Continuity Management System (BCMS) has been developed to protect companies from the risks associated with downtime which can occur due to unexpected disruptions or disasters. Disruptions to your business can result in revenue loss, data risk breakdowns and failure to deliver normal client services as per service level agreements (SLAs). ISO 22301 Business Continuity Management Systems certification will guide a company on how best to plan for such eventualities.

The ISO 22301 BCM standard is designed to ensure that a robust business continuity management system has been established, and that internal staff members are fully aware of their role within the system should an incident occur. Implementing a strong BCMS will aid your organisation in quickly recovering from a disaster or disruption. The BCMS can also safeguard an organisation against the reputational damage which can occur from missed deadlines, data leakages, operational, IT outages, industrial actions, disappointed clients or direct financial losses due to the disruption. 

ISO 21001:2018 - (Educational organizations Management Systems)

ISO 21001 is an international standard developed by the International Organization for Standardization which provides management tools for organizations that offer educational products and services. It intends to help educational providers meet students requirements and needs.

ISO 21001 is based on ISO 9001 - Quality Management Systems, but it provides a specific framework for educational organizations that aim to enhance the satisfaction of their learners by improving the educational processes and ensuring conformity to learners’ requirements. The standard can be applicable to all organizations that provide a curriculum for the development of knowledge, skills and attitudes by means of different lecturing methods.

ISO 55001:2014 - Asset Management System

Assets come in all shapes and sizes, but one thing is for certain all organizations have assets. Assets can be a competitive advantage or can drain your organization’s resources. That’s why it is important to manage your assets effectively and achieving ISO 55001 certification can do just that. ISO 55001 is especially relevant in industries that are capital intensive, have significant physical assets to manage and have high fixed costs. This can include utilities, heavy and light manufacturing, distribution, construction, property management and transportation.

ISO 55001 was published in January 2014 and establishes specific requirements for not only implementing and maintaining an asset, but also improving that asset via an Asset management system. It builds upon PAS55 which had a proven track record specifically in the utilities industries. ISO 55001 aims to apply this approach across other sectors allowing all businesses to benefit from it.
It is designed to provide structure and guidance to an Asset Management System (AMS) to manage and mitigate risk, whilst benchmarking performance across all sectors and improving financial performance in line with organizational growth strategies.

ISO 45001:2018 - Occupation Health & Safety Management System

ISO 45001:2018- Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) Management System. The occupational health and safety (OH&S) management system, otherwise known as ISO 45001, is one of the new international standards that provides a standard framework for an organization to manage the various risks and opportunities to help prevent work-related injury and ill health to workers.
The intended purpose is to enhance and provide an absolutely safe and healthy workplace. ISO 45001 is designed to enable organizations, regardless of size or industry, in designing systems to proactively prevent injury and ill health.
The requirements are designed to be embedded in an organization’s management and business processes.

ISO 45001 implements the Annex SL process and structure, making integration of multiple ISO management system standards easier, such as ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems and ISO 14001, Environmental management systems. ISO 45001: 2018 can be implemented across any sector of a working economy that enables human interaction and interfacing with one another, machines and the environment.

ISO 27001: 2013 - (ISMS) Information Security Management System

Successful businesses understand the value of timely, accurate information, good communications, and confidentiality. Information security is as much about exploiting the opportunities of our interconnected world as it is about risk management.
ISO 27001 represents the international approved standard that provides a framework for Information Security Management Systems (ISMS) to offer continued confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information as well as legal compliance required by the standard. It is an essential certification required for guarding your most vital digital assets like employee and client information, brand image, and other private information.

It is a standard that includes a process- based approach to initiating, implementing, operating, and maintaining your organization’s ISMS. The process-based approach is further used for establishing, monitoring, maintaining, and improving your ISMS. Certification to ISO 27001 allows you to prove to your clients and other stakeholders that you are managing the security of your information. 

ISO 37001:2016 - Anti-Bribery Management System

Implementing the ISO 37001 and certification through an independent third party enables you to do exactly that. The ISO 37001 standard is designed to help an organization implement and maintain a proactive anti-bribery system. The standard provides a number of requirements that represent globally recognized good practice for anti- bribery.

ISO 37001 is the international standard for anti-bribery management systems. The standard is designed to specifically assist many organizations in implementing and maintaining key measures which assist them in preventing, detecting and addressing bribery across your organization and its business activities. 

ISO 29990:2010 - Learning Service Management System

ISO 29990 is the international standard in learning services for non-formal education and vocational training. It sets the basic requirements for the service provider and in addition to this, it provides transparency which allows comparison on a worldwide basis of learning services.By international standard, it offers a single alternative backed to the huge variety of national service and management standards which now exists in the field of non-formal learning.

It also provides a standard for learning service providers which also includes corporations, vocational institutions, and life-long learning centres, around the globe. An ISO 29990 certification ensures that the design, development and delivery of the learning experience your organization provides meet the standard requirements. 
One of the important reasons your organization needs to acquire an ISO certification is so that you can identify and evaluate the learning needs of a person or group and develop suitable learning offers; define learning objectives, contents, and processes.

ISO 41001:2018 - Facility Management System

This standard was released in 2018 and is the first international standard to be published by ISO. It provides a framework that will help your organization cultivate, implement and maintain an effective global facilities management system.

It is designed specifically to help procurement and facilities teams by providing a basis to measure the competency and efficiencies of facilities management systems including the consistency and capability of the services used.
A facility management system is focused on helping your organization integrate people, locations, processes and procedures in order to increase in mind the core company objectives of achieving the improvement of stakeholders quality of life whilst keeping continual business improvement.

ISO 9001:2015 - QMS

Quality management is the process of managing all activities and functions needed to maintain a consistent level of excellence in an organization, product, or service. In every organization, quality is an essential factor that differentiates an organization from its competitors. Undertaking quality initiatives will lead to superior products or services which meet and exceed customer expectations, increase revenues and productivity for your organization.

ISO 9001 is a defined set of international standards that defines the requirements for a quality management system (QMS) in any organization. It is popularly used to demonstrate the capacity to consistently offer products and services that meet all mandatory customer and regulatory requirements.
It serves as a reliable model for managing the quality of products in an organization and often used due to its simplicity and basic framework it addresses.

ISO 50001:2018 - Energy Management System

ISO 50001:2018 is a revised international standard for Energy Management that provides the most robust structure for optimising energy efficiency in both privateand public sector organizations.The certification establishes anorganization’s commitment to a perpetual improvement in energy management, enabling them to lead by example within their respective industries and ensure related legislative and regulatory requirements are met.

ISO 50001 is an ideal tool for enabling your organisation to establish the systems andprocesses necessary for achieving improvedenergy efficiency, financial savings and reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, through systematic management of energy.
It is particularly beneficial for organizations with significant energy expenditure.

ISO 14001:2015 - (EMS) Environmental Management System

ISO 14001 is an international set of standard that specifies the requirements to plan,implement, establish, operate, monitor, review, maintain, and continually improve an environmental management system. Also, it helps organizations to adequately prepare, respond and manage the consequences ofenvironmental degradation and legal liabilities stemming as a result of it.

The core purpose of ISO 14001 is to create parity in the environmental protection and prevention of pollution with social and economic needs. By implementing this standard, organizations can improve their overall environmental performance. It is also required of organizations to establish environmental policy, objectives, and processes to achieve the stated goal as dictated by the standards.

ISO ISO 45005:2020 - Occupational Health & Safety COVID-19

COVID-19 has fundamentally shifted the way people live and work. As organizations start to rebuild, capturing the lessons learned as the phases of the pandemic progress is crucial. Whilst economic considerations are important, the fundamental principle of protecting human life underpins all economic recovery.

Organizations must adapt quickly, adopt new working practices and meet new regulations as they embark on a revised course for their "next to normal". ISO/PAS 45005 gives guidance on embedding best practices and will help to manage the risks arising from COVID-19 with reference to workrelated health, safety and wellbeing. 

ISO 19650:2103 - Building Information Modelling

ISO 19650 is a set of international standards for building information modeling (BIM). When BIM is employed, it outlines the collaborative methods for successful information management throughout the asset delivery and operating phases

The release of ISO 19650 provides an opportunity for multinational organizations working on projects to reduce unnecessary processes and enhance predictability in terms of cost and time by using a standard approach to information management. 

ISO 21401:2018 - Tourism Services

This ISO 21401 standard is in line with the United Nations' 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Growth, which was accepted by all UN Member States in 2015, and will address concerns such as human rights, health and safety, environmental protection, and local economic development.

ISO 21401 defines a sustainability management system, which includes the essential areas of sustainability that should be handled by accommodations establishments. Its application enables lodging facilities to make strategic decisions based on data and information about the good and negative effects of environmental, social, and economic elements. 

ISO 44001:2017 - Business Relationship Management System

ISO 44001 improves your organization's performance and competitiveness. Collaborative business relationship management systems can provide a variety of advantages to boost competitiveness and performance. In November 2006, ISO 44001 was created as PAS 11000 Collaborative business connections. It was designated as a British Standard, BS 11000, in 2010, and it has since expanded into an international standard to assist businesses in developing effective competitive business partnerships based on a collaborative approach.

Organizations will continue to profit from ISO 44001 modifications, and many are already implementing some of the new criteria. It will allow you to verify that your whole business is working toward the same common goals, resulting in greater cooperation and operational performance. 

ISO 27017:2015 - IT Security Control (Cloud Services)

The ISO 27001 series tackles some of these issues, but a new standard, ISO/IEC 27017 Information technology — Security approaches, goes a step further and provides further assurance to potential cloud clients. Cloud standards are technological standards that address cloud provider rules and guidelines directed at cloud service providers.

ISO/IEC 27017 is unusual and particularly useful in that it gives information and assistance to both the CSP and the cloud service client. In addition to assuring the safety of services, ISO/IEC 27017 attempts to educate consumers on what they should expect from their cloud host. 

ISO 20121:2012 - Event Sustainability Management System

ISO 20121 is the internationally acknowledged best-practice standard for event sustainability management. It has been demonstrated to give a solid foundation for assisting an organization in tailoring its strategy and operations to produce a balanced approach to economic activity, environmental responsibility, and social growth.

Instead of an ad hoc approach, the successful deployment of an event sustainability management system would provide continuous performance improvement and methodical management of concerns. Organizations that embrace ISO 20121 must demonstrate that they are limiting possible negative impacts on the environment, communities, and local economies while increasing positive benefits and leaving a legacy to be proud of. 

ISO 17025:2017 - Testing & Calibration Laboratories

ISO/IEC 17025, General standards for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories, is the worldwide standard for testing and calibration laboratories that seek to show their ability to give consistent findings. In 2017, ISO and the Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) published a new version of the standard to update its substance and best serve the laboratories that use it. ISO/IEC 17025 was developed by laboratory experts from around the world, in collaborative efforts with 18 liaison organizations such as the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC) and numerous laboratory-representing associations.

ISO/IEC 17025 enables laboratories to show competence and deliver credible findings, fostering trust in their work both domestically and globally. It also aids in the facilitation of collaboration between laboratories as well as other entities by promoting greater acceptance of results across borders. Test reports and certifications can be accepted from one jurisdiction to the next without further testing, which promotes international trade. 

ISO 27701:2019 - GDPR Complacence Guide

ISO/IEC 27001 objectives for leadership, planning, support, operation, performance assessment, and growth must be examined and expanded as necessary to provide privacy protection. Risks to information and the processing of PII, in particular, must now be examined and addressed accordingly. The key requirements of ISO/IEC 27701 include: Scope, References to norms, Terms and conditions, Specific ISO/IEC 27001 aandn ISO/IEC 27002 criteria for PIMS, Additional information and recommendation for PII controllers.

Guidance is provided to assist you identify and keep the documents you need to establish compliance with the agreed-upon PII processing you do. Also, thorough guidance on PII sharing, transfer, and disclosure is provided to handle jurisdictional transfers, third-party and subcontractor responsibilities, and the management of legally enforceable PII disclosures.  

ISO 27018:2019 - IT Security Control (PII)

The security of private information has never been more important. Many national and international organizations, including the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), the United States government, and the European Union, are working to solve this issue. The international standard ISO/IEC 27018 is one project they have in common. ISO/IEC 27018 is a best practice guide for safeguarding personally identifiable information in public cloud services. It is designed as a supplement to the widely used and recognized ISO/IEC 27002 code of practice for information security measures.
ISO/IEC 27018, an extension of ISO/IEC 27001 and ISO/IEC 27002, gives recommendations to companies concerned about how their cloud providers operate. are entrusted with personally identifiable information (PII).

ISO/IEC 27018 assures that a cloud service provider has adequate PII handling processes in place. It can also aid in the creation of more robust cloud service agreements. The standard specifies how CSPs can educate their employees about PII, as well as the documentation methods that must be observed and the principles that must be followed. ISO/IEC 27018 strives to provide true transparency for cloud service customers, so that they have a clear knowledge of what the cloud service provider is doing in terms of personal data security and protection.  

ISO 31000:2018 - Risk Management

ISO 31000 is the international standard for risk management. By providing comprehensive principles and guidelines, this standard helps organizations with their risk analysis and risk assessments. Whether you work in a public, private, or community enterprise, you can benefit from ISO 31000, because it applies to most business activities including planning, management operations, and communication processes.

By implementing the principles and guidelines of ISO 31000 in your organization, you’ll be able to improve operational efficiency, governance, and stakeholder confidence, while minimizing losses.
This international standard also helps you to boost health and safety performance, establish a strong foundation for decision making and encourage proactive management in all areas. 

ISO 29001:2020 - Learning Services Management System

The ISO 29001:2010 quality management system specifies criteria for the design, development, manufacture, installation, and servicing of petroleum, petrochemical, and natural gas products. This standard is intended to assist these companies in ensuring that they satisfy all customer and stakeholder criteria. The ISO 29001:2010 standard is based on ISO 29001 and adds supplemental standards focusing on defect avoidance as well as the elimination of deviation and waste from service providers.

ISO 29001 establishes the technical specifications for a quality management system in the oil and gas business, where an organization must demonstrate its capacity to consistently supply goods and services that fulfill customer and relevant statutory and regulatory criteria. Its goal is to promote customer happiness through the successful use of the system, which includes mechanisms for continuous system improvement and assurance of adherence to customer and relevant legislative and regulatory requirements. 

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