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ISO 9001 : Quality Management System (QMS)

ISO 9001, the standard for Quality Management System (QMS), sets out to establish document and maintain an effective and economic quality system. The ISO 9001 enables client to demonstrate their commitment to quality and customer satisfaction as well as continuously improve their quality systems, integrate the realities of a changing world. ISO 9001:2015 is based on seven quality management principles.

  1. Customer focused organization
  2. Leadership
  3. Involvement of people
  4. Process approach
  5. Continual improvement
  6. Factual approach to decision making
  7. Mutually beneficial supplier relationship

Emphasizing a customer-focused and result-oriented process approach management model and a continual improvement philosophy, the initiative has revolutionized the fundamental concept of the ISO 9000 standards.


  • Increase efficiency – implement processes and procedures which are based on a quality focus.
  • Increase revenue – win more contracts and tenders, whilst streamlining your processes and identifying opportunities for cost savings.
  • Greater employee morale – by ensuring that all employees are working to one agenda which can reduce errors and increase productivity.
  • International recognition – recognized in approximately 188 countries, ISO 9001 can help you to access international trade.
  • Factual approach to decision making – ensure the business decisions you make are beneficial long term by basing them of facts.
  • Better supplier relationships – business has credibility through the reputation of ISO 9001, providing suppliers with greater confidence in what you do.
  • Improve record keeping – as with any management system, ISO 9001 ensures you document your processes from start to finish. Helping you to handle customer complaints and improve process efficiency.
  • Improve customer satisfaction – ensure you have a feedback system in place which will help you to understand your customers’ needs, identify areas for improvement and reduce wasted resources.
  • Continuous improvement – using non-conformity reporting and trend analysis, you can spot areas for improvement and stay ahead of the competition.

ISO 14001 : Environmental Management System (EMS)

ISO 14001 is the internationally recognized standard for an Environmental Management System (EMS). It provides guidance on how to manage the environmental aspects of activities, products and services more effectively, taking into consideration environmental improve its ability to efficiently identify, minimize, prevent and manage environmental impacts as they arise, therefore reducing risk. ISO 14001 can be established in any organization, regardless of its size or sector. It is becoming more and more imperative that environmental progress is important to business bottom line and essential healthy economy and prosperous society.


  • Identify cost savings, particularly in your resource, waste and energy management.
  • Improve efficiency and reduce environmental impact across your product life cycle.
  • Improve your corporate image and credibility, so helping you win new customers.
  • Quantify, monitor and control the ongoing environmental impact of your operations.
  • Ensure your organization understands and complies with environmental legislation, so reducing the likelihood of fines and prosecutions.

ISO 45001 : Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems (OH&SMS)

ISO 45001 was officially published at March 2018, Occupational Health and Safely Management Systems (ISO 45001) is an international standard enables organizations to manage both their operational risks and improve their performance. The technical specification of ISO 45001 takes a structured approach to Occupational Health and Safety Management (OH&SMS). ISO 45001 corresponds to the structure of ISO 14001 and is designed to be compatible with ISO 9001. Certification against ISO 45001 is aimed at the way a company has control over, and knowledge of provide a healthy and safe workplace for workers and other interested parties, all relevant risks resulting from normal operations and abnormal situations. It aims at reducing and preventing ill health, work related injury and deaths.

As endorsed by the ISO, ISO 45001:2018 will replace OHSAS 18001:2007 with a 3-years' time.


  • Establish controls to ensure legal compliance – ISO 45001 can help you to establish operational controls which take into account the risks and opportunities, as well as legal and other requirements.
  • Increase health and safety awareness – the OH&S management system helps organizations to increase employee awareness of Occupational Health and Safety risks, ensuring workers take an active role in health and safety matters.
  • Enhance your reputation – achieving certification to this standard is a recognition that you have achieved an international benchmark, getting you noticed by customers who are concerned about their social responsibilities.
  • Reduce absenteeism – by better managing H&S risks in the workplace you will be able to protect employees, reduce absenteeism and turnover rates.
  • Reduce insurance premiums – by demonstrating that you have an effective occupational health and safety management system in place, many businesses can go on to benefit from reduced insurance premiums.
  • Improve management of H&S compliance issues – ISO 45001 helps to improve your ability to respond to regulatory compliance issues, reduce the overall costs of incidents and downtime.
  • Better manage health and safety risks – the standard will help you to determine hazards and the health and safety risks associated with your activities; seeking to either eliminate them or put controls in place to minimize their effects.