ISO Certification Road Map
Our goal is to provide a clear ISO certification road map in providing a timeline based upon your organization goals without effecting your day to day operations. With your company having web-access to a road map document to keep everyone on the same page!
From the start of your ISO Certification journey to completion, we build a customized ISO certification road map with chosen management representatives from your organization that includes, responsibilities from consultant, to identify, design, and implement required ISO documentation to build management system. Road Map includes schedules for Internal Audit training, management review milestones and meetings.
ISO stands for International Organization for Standardization they develop international standards such as ISO 9001 Quality Management, ISO 14001, ISO 13485 and many more standards, but they do not issue the certification certificate.
The ISO certificate is issued by the company who performs the certification audit for the ISO standard, these companies are called a registrar or CB (Certification Body) conducts an on-site audit to determine whether or not a company is in conformance to the standard. Certification to ISO Standards can provide a wide range of benefits to your business.
Steps to ISO Certification
- Step One: Decide ISO relative standards for your industry ISO 9001 ISO 13485 ISO 14001 R2;
- Step Two: Reviewing the Standard requirements;
- Step Three: Communicating the end business Goals;
- Step Four: Establish Training Implementation Requirements;
- Step Five: Decide internally to manage or Using an ISO Consultant;
- Step Six: Select a Certification Body;
- Step Seven: Developing a Management System;
- Step Eight: The Stage 1 Audit;
- Step Nine: The Stage 2 Audit.
Develop ISO Management System
Global Management Consulting will guide your organization through the entire ISO certification process in setting proper expectations, timeline, budgetary and process. Onsite or Online meeting with your team and assist you in aligning your business vision and goals to ISO requirements. We use a systematic approach for the creation and implementation of a management system that fits your company’s processes and complies fully with the applicable standards, we guarantee each management system is delivered on-time and within budget! We assist you from the beginning of the process all the way through to certification.
ISO Compliance Certification body Audit
Global Management Consulting guides companies in the development of a Quality Management System that aligns with your internal processes and procedures, while also achieving ISO compliance. We guide your company through the ISO requirements through implementation and training in preparation of the audit.
Our consultants educate companies on expectations for ISO requirements and a layout the road map with objectives and milestones. We work with all staff members involved, to answer questions and set expectations, for buy-in from company employees. We coordinate with the ISO certification road map with designated representatives through online webinars and/or onsite consultation.
Discovery-Gathering current related QMS documentation onsite related to ISO requirements, along with providing, procedures, work instructions, forms/exhibits.
Gap Analysis current state of ISO Management System compared to ISO requirements. Update road map based upon findings for clear next steps and milestones for ISO certification. On completion of approved management system, we move to implementation.
Implementation/Training- of ISO management system with company and provide onsite or webinar training.
Internal Audit- education and training with a mock-audit for preparation with staff for Certification body Audit.
A certification body performs an audit to assess compliance with the standard and the organization’s declared management system. Upon a successful audit, the organization is granted a certificate of compliance from the trusted third-party certification body. The organization undergoes additional but lesser surveillance audits at least annually thereafter for 3 years until the certification then expires and requires a re-certification.