ISO 9001: 2008 Quality Management Systems
Improving business and gaining competitive advantage through quality.
What is ISO 9001 Certification?
ISO 9001 is an international standard related to quality management, applicable to any organisation from all types of business sectors and activities.
ISO 9001 Certification is based on eight quality management principles, which are all fundamental to good business practices:
- Customer focus ISO 9001 requirements
- Involvement of people ISO 9001 Accreditation
- Process approach
- System approach to management
- Continual improvement ISO 9001 Training
- Fact based decision-making
- Mutually beneficial supplier relationships
ISO 9001 Certification Benefits
ISO 9001 Certification: Why Choose Bureau Veritas?
Bureau Veritas Certification is a worldwide leader with over 80,000 certified companies in more than 100 countries.
Bureau Veritas Certification is recognized by more than 35 national and international accreditation bodies across the world to deliver ISO 9001 certification.
We operate in more than 100 countries. This global presence means that our clients can receive the double advantage of international expertise combined with a genuine depth of local knowledge.
Mark of global recognition
The Bureau Veritas Certification Mark is a globally recognized symbol of your organization's ongoing commitment to excellence, sustainability and reliability.
ISO 9001 FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
Why should my organization implement ISO 9001?
Customers are the lifeblood of any business! To keep customers – and to keep them satisfied – your product or service must meet their requirements.
ISO 9001 Certification provides a framework for taking a systematic approach to managing your business processes to meet those requirements.
Bureau Veritas Certification offers the value of an independent third party specialist, who can assess your management system and provide certification to the standard.
What are the main differences between ISO 9001:2000 and the 2008 revision?
In 2000, major changes were put in place and continue to remain important and valid. Hence, the proposed changes to this revision are more a clarification of points already in the standard rather than the inclusion of new requirements.
Changes have also been made to be consistent with the current ISO 14001 revision (2004) in order to make the combination easier and more efficient.
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