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ISO 9001 is designed to look at all of the important processes affecting quality, from the initial review of contracts with customers, to the delivery of the finished product or delivered service. Leadership is critical to success. There has to be a clear senior management commitment to:
- planning and objectives,
- identifying and assessing risks to the business,
- meeting customer requirements, and
- setting measurable improvement targets with supporting data.
Certification by an accredited agency evidences compliance for a common assessment by customers and prospects for your services, particularly in the Public Sector, but the trick isn't getting a certificate on the wall - it's keeping it there.
Certifications to Standards are granted by respected approvals organizations, accredited in turn by national agencies. A certificate lasts for three years and is subject, typically, to six-monthly surveillance visits by trained auditors. These qualified examiners hold many years of specialized or broad-based industry experience.
Surveillance findings form a key indicator to the effectiveness of the quality management system, especially in the theme of continual improvement.
Independent assessment enhances the objective view of your business and if your customer base includes, or targets, a mix of public and private sector businesses you won't need to find different ways of describing your approach to quality.