Quick guide for achieving
Your organization should have a clear idea of your objectives and what benefits it will gain by achieving ISO Certification. You have to be prepared to incorporate the Management Systems into every area of the business.
All staff must be aware of what is expected of them and where their areas of responsibility lie, in order to achieve
You will need to:
Define who your customers are for each department, for example:
– For the sales and marketing department, it will be the end users.
– For the IT department, it will be internal departments.
Management of Documentation On
You will need to communicate to all of your staff, the importance of keeping records and using the correct documentation.
On-going support and training
Staff should be suitably trained to ensure they are capable of carrying out their job function. You must keep records of past experience, education, and training to identify their capabilities.
Internal Auditing and Manual of
Regular Internal Auditing of your own system is required. Persons within your organization who are independent of the function being audited may carry these out.
You must have a procedure for how audits are to be planned, conducted and recorded.
will provide maximum benefit to your organization if it approaches
implementation in a practical way. This will ensure that the Management Systems that are adopted, work to improve the business and are not just a set of procedures that your employees will find hard to manage.
By adopting an approach that starts out to implement more efficient working practices and focuses on the business objectives of the organization, you will achieve a system that will help and support your staff, and improve your levels of customer satisfaction.
Whether you use an external assessor or allocate an internal resource to carry out the initial assessments, you will need to ensure that they have buy-in from senior management, so that all areas of the organization are aware of the importance of the process.
is not just suitable for large organizations but also small businesses that will benefit from adopting efficient Management Systems that will save time and cost, improve efficiency and ultimately improve customer relationships.
Some of the benefits to your organization:
- Provides senior management with an efficient management process
- Sets out areas of responsibility across the organization
- Mandatory if you want to tender for some public sector work
- Communicates a positive message to staff and customers
- Identifies and encourages more efficient and time-saving processes
- Highlights deficiencies
- Reduces your costs
- Provides continuous assessment and improvement
- Marketing opportunities
Some of the benefits to your customers:
- Improved quality and service
- Delivery on time
- Right-first-time attitude
- Fewer returned products and complaints
- Independent audit demonstrates the commitment to quality
We provide complete consultancy services up-to providing Certification.
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