What is ISO Standard?
It could be about making a product, managing a process, delivering a service or supplying materials – standards cover a huge range of activities.
Standards are the distilled wisdom of people with expertise in their subject matter and who know the needs of the organizations they represent – people such as manufacturers, sellers, buyers, customers, trade associations, users or regulators.
Benefits of ISO Standards
ISO International Standards help businesses of any size and sector reduce costs, increase productivity, and access new markets.
Quality management standards: QMS to help work more efficiently and reduce product failures.
Environmental management standards: EMS to help reduce environmental impacts, reduce waste, and be more sustainable.
Health and safety standards: OHS&MS to help reduce accidents in the workplace.
Energy management standards: EnMS to help cut energy consumption.
Food safety standards: FSMS to help prevent food from being contaminated.
IT security standards: ISMS to help keep sensitive information secure.
Most Popular ISO Standards
ISO 9001 QMS-The adoption of a quality management system is a strategic decision for an organization that can help to improve its overall performance and provide a sound basis for sustainable development initiatives.
ISO 14001 EMS-Achieving a balance between the environment, society and the economy is considered essential to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. Sustainable development as a goal is achieved by balancing the three pillars of sustainability.
ISO 45001:2018 specifies requirements for an occupational health and safety (OH&S) management system, and gives guidance for its use, to enable organizations to provide safe and healthy workplaces by preventing work-related injury and ill health, as well as by proactively improving its OH&S performance.
ISO 22000 FSMS-Specifies requirements for a food safety management system (FSMS) to enable an organization that is directly or indirectly involved in the food chain: to plan, implement, operate, maintain and update a FSMS providing products and services that are safe, in accordance with their intended use;