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ISO 9001 Quality Management System

ISO 9001 Standard has been created to support organisations in ensuring they establish processes effectively and efficiently. This is achieved by an approach of Risk Based Thinking to meet the Scope and maintain statutory and regulatory requirements.

ISO 9001 implemented by over 1.2 million companies and organizations in over 170 countries which can be used by any organisation, regardless of its field of activity and size.

You may spend considerable time, effort and resource in the process of certification to ISO9001.

Using a non-accredited certification body may give prospective customers limited assurance of the credibility of your certification and you may find yourself suffering from internal inefficiencies because your management systems have not been identified as inappropriate. UKAS have hundreds of accredited certification bodies. You can be sure that one of these UKAS-accredited bodies will have the right people, technical expertise, management systems and track record to competently audit and certify your business. Temple can also make recommendations for you to consider.

At first glance all certification bodies appear to deliver the same service; many simply aren’t aware of the role that UKAS accreditation plays. Whatever the decision you make – look for the look for the UKAS symbols proof of accreditation.

Benefits of ISO 9001

Implementing a quality management system will help you :

  • Assess the overall context of your organization to define who is affected by your work and what they expect from you.
  • This will enable you to clearly state your objectives and identify new business opportunities.
  • Put your customers first, making sure you consistently meet their needs and enhance their satisfaction.
  • This can lead to more repeat custom, new clients and increased business for your organization.
  • Work in a more efficient way as all your processes will be aligned and understood by everyone in the business or organization. This increases productivity and efficiency, bringing internal costs down.
  • Meet the necessary statutory and regulatory requirements.
  • Expand into new markets, as some sectors and clients require ISO 9001 before doing business.
  • Identify and address the risks associated with your organization.