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ISO refers to the International Organization for Standardization. It is an independent organization that provides standards in terms of quality, safety, and efficiency of products and services provided by businesses. With the increasing competition among the business, it is important to deliver high quality of goods & services in order to sustain in the market. ISO certification helps to improve your business credibility as well as the overall efficiency of the business.

Types of ISO Certification

ISO 9000

The ISO 9000 Certification is probably ISO’s most widely known family of standards. ISO 9000 is a generic name given to a family of standards developed to provide a framework around which quality management system can effectively be implemented. 

ISO 9001

ISO 9001:2008 is used if you are seeking to establish a quality management system that provides confidence in the conformance of your product to established or specified requirements. The standard recognizes that the word “product” applies to services, processed material, hardware, and software intended for, or required by, your customer. 

ISO 13485

ISO 13485: 2003 is what is known as a “sector-specific” quality standard, similar to ISO/TC 16949: 2002 for the automotive industry or AS9100 for the aerospace industry. 

ISO 14001

An Environmental Management System (EMS) is a systematic approach to dealing with the environmental aspects of an organization. It is a “tool” that enables an organization of any size or type to control the impact of its activities, products, or services on the natural environment. 

OHSAS 18001

In April 1999, the British Standards Institute released the Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series (OHSAS) 18001. The specification is a blueprint for a worldwide, universal occupational health and safety management system. OHSAS 18001 certification provides a generalized but comprehensive outline for managing OHS issues. 


The AS9100 standard is only a few years old but is growing quickly. The AS9100 family of standards represents the first international effort to formulate a quality management system standard for the aerospace industry. 


The International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) are two important United States export control laws that affect the manufacturing, sales, and distribution of technology. The legislation seeks to control access to specific types of technology and the associated data. Its goal is to prevent the disclosure or transfer of sensitive information to a foreign national.

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At Our Startup India, we offer a range of packages to suit your needs. Start by selecting the appropriate one, fill out the required forms, or simply speak to our experts online for assistance.

Preparation of ISO application and quality document

Ourstartup India professionals will prepare the quality document and ISO application that is a contract between the registrar and the organization. 

Certification Audit

The ISO auditor does the auditing. The auditor will check whether all the non-conformities have been eliminated or not as per ISO quality standards. If the ISO auditor is satisfied, they will prepare the final ISO audit report and forward it to the registrar. 

Completing the ISO Certification

After all, non-conformities are addressed and all the findings are put in the ISO audit report, the ISO certification will be granted by the registrar. 

Pre-Requisites for ISO Certification

  • Copy of PAN Card
  • Copy of Aadhar Card or Voter Id
  • Passport Size Photograph of the applicant
  • Electricity Bill
  • Copy of Sale deed in case of owned property
  • Rent Agreement in case if the property is rented
  • Certificate of Incorporation
  • MOA &AOA


ISO certification is a seal of approval from a third party body that a company runs to one of the international standards developed and published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).The ISO are an independent, non-governmental international organization who brings together experts to share knowledge and develop international standards that support innovation and provide solutions to global challenges.
ISO certification shows your key stakeholders that you have a well-run business that has structure, is stable and ready for growth.
ISO certification costs vary dependent on the size of an organization and the level to which the company is already run with regards to processes and procedures.
Every provider is different. Here at ISO Quality Services, our certificates are valid for one year and are subject to annual re-certification audits to ensure you are still compliant. In addition, we also provide annual support visits to provide you with extra support with any areas you are struggling with. Failure to be re-certificated is therefore rare.
We believe it takes around three years for a management system to fully mature and by this point, over 90% of customers recognize the value their management system provides.
In principle, the systems are the same, it’s who certificates you and how they do it that’s different. ISO accreditation or ISO accredited certification is when a company has achieved an ISO and / or a BS standard by a certification body that is accredited by UKAS or equivalent. Every country has its own version of UKAS (i.e. for Ireland its INAB) and although they are not akin to government, they act as the governing body for certification companies.
Yes! ISO certification is suited to any business turning over £250,000 per annum.
When you start implementing a standard you will spend more time working on it, then you will once the system is embedded and matured within your system.The time it takes to maintain an ISO standard, really does depend on how much time you are willing to dedicate and how much you have in place at the starting point. However we find once a management system is fully in bed you will spend an average of 6 hours week maintaining it.
Internal operational efficiency: Lower production costs because of fewer nonconforming products, less rework, lower rejection rates, streamlined processes and fewer mistakes. Access to new markets: Some markets require ISO 9001 Registration, some markets favor companies with ISO 9000 Registration. Customer request: Many organizations are asked by a customer to obtain registration as a requirement to continue or to start doing business with them.
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