ISO Certification – what is it?
The ISO (International Organization for Standardization) is an independent, non-governmental, international organisation that develops standards to ensure the quality, safety, and efficiency of products, services, and systems. As technology continues to rapidly develop, new standards are drafted and implemented by people at all levels within the global industry going through standardisation.
What ISO Standards are there?
There are multiple ISO Standards, but specifically Forrest Health and Safety can aid Organisations to achieve ISO Certification in the following areas:
1. ISO 45001: Occupational Health and Safety standard to help reduce accidents in the workplace.
2. ISO 9001: Quality management standard to help work more efficiently and reduce product/ service failures.
3. ISO 14001: Environmental management standard to help reduce environmental impacts, reduce waste and be more sustainable.
Why do you need ISO Certification? An Organisation’s clients and customers can demand their supply chain has ISO Certified management systems in place.
The Organisation may need to improve the way it functions, to have better processes, and knowledge to deliver. This supports and enables business growth.
The Organisation may also need an ISO Certification to win job or contract tenders, and by having ISO Certified systems it enables this with relevant frameworks, resulting in business opportunities.
How can we help
In the early stages, Certification to an ISO standard may appear daunting. We offer advice and trusted experts providing hassle-free support and commitment helping Organisations to get started, develop, and implement their management system, and to gain ISO Certification.