Different Standards of ISO Certifications for an industry
The International Organisation of Standards (ISO) has more than 21,584 standards ad it is increasing rapidly ever since 2018. The organization has 788 industrial bodies for standard and certification development. It is one of the largest publishers of standards in the world.
The standardization works with the process of conforming all the businesses and processes to a flow of standards, regulations, business techniques, production techniques, and labor ethics devised by the International Organisation of Standards (ISO).
Here are the top 6 standards of ISO certifications for Industry
1.ISO 9001- Quality Management
Quality Management is essential for any type of company to move forward in the business. ISO 9000 Standard is the standard of quality management and is used to guide companies and equip businesses with the necessary pieces of equipment to promote the quality of products and services.
ISO 9001comprises of some of the ISO's best set of standards and is followed by over a million companies around the world.
2. ISO 27000 - Information Security Management Systems
ISO 27000 standards ensure the safety of cyber information assets. The rapid growth of technology and information systems in turn aid the occurrence of cyber threats and data breaches. ISO 27001 is the most popular in this family and this standard provides the particulars of implementation of a secure information system.
ISO 27000 sets standards to protect company and employees data, Intellectual property, and information both from hackers and competitive companies. There are about around 33,290 ISO 27000 certifications issued to companies to date.
3. ISO 14000 Environmental Management
This set of standards helps companies in keeping up their environmental responsibilities by creating implementation systems in business processes. This standard can be used in any type of industry and it contains various cycles of regular audits, lifestyle analysis, and environmental challenges.
ISO 14001 is the prominent standard in this group of standards and it is used widely in 30,000 companies in 170 countries.
4. ISO 31000: 2018 - Risk Management
Businesses always bear risks. The business world is riddled with uncertainty. Major risk-bearing decisions of an industry can cause harm to the company, its employees, and sometimes the society and the environment.
ISO 31000 is not necessarily a standard but it provides stipulations to implement for managing risks. While risks in business are unavoidable, it guides the companies to conduct both internal and external audits and helps organizations achieve goals in an uncertain environment. It helps in identifying threats and opportunities.
5. ISO 50001: 2018 - Energy Management
ISO 50001: 2018, again is not necessarily a standard but it guides in efficient energy use and management. It applies the Energy Management System (EnMS) as a tool to help energy saving.
This certification aims to reduce the energy footprint of the industry which in turn leads to lower emission of greenhouse gases. This certification is not obligatory but the possession of it indicates the environmental responsibility of the company. With a steady increase from 2015, over 20,000 ISO 50001:2018 certifications have been issued to various companies around the globe.
6.ISO 22000 Food Management Systems
ISO 22000 certification aims to maintain the quality of Food Management systems. This certification is obligatory for organizations in the food industry including frozen foods, snacks, and carbonated drinks. It includes various standards including 22001 for food and drinks and 22002 for food manufacturing. 30,000 Industries like Food Packaging, Manufacturing, and restaurant services have been issues this certificate.
ISO Certification is a long process that might take from 8 to 12 months. It is essential to hire a legal consultant who is ready to take the long path down with you. We at Qzeal help business owners throughout the process of registration of ISO Registration in India.