ISO Certification

Rs 5,000/- (all inclusive)

  • Choosing the right standard
  • Preparation of quality document and ISO application
  • Certification Audit
  • Get ISO Certification

Documents Requirements

  • Copy of PAN Card
  • Passport size photograph
  • Copy of Aadhaar Card/ Voter identity card
  • Two copies of sales bill/purchase bill


Knowledge Portal

What is ISO Certification ?

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.

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.

Advantages of ISO Certification

Frequently Asked Questions

1.What is ISO registration?

It is a seal of approval from a third part body and it is an indication that shows your company’s credibility and also instills confidence in your clients.

2.What is ISO 9001?

ISO 9001 is a Quality Management System that ensures a consistent level of quality to its customers. This is done by defining and reviewing the process and procedure. This can be applied to any business model. 8 main points covered under this are:
Customer focus
Involvement of people
Process approach
Systematic approach management
Continual improvement
Factual approach to decision making
Mutually beneficial supplier relationships

3.What is ISO 14001?

ISO set an environmental management system that can be an integral part of any business. The main focus of this standard is to reduce the costs, reuse the resources or recycle (if it’s not possible). This would make the business more efficient and make it eco-friendly.
Though it is not possible to be 100% eco-friendly, yet it encourages the business to either reduce the raw materials used or maintain the current levels of usage. In layman’s term, it sets standards to be met while not disturbing the day-to-day business operations.

4.Why should I get an ISO certification?

ISO certification is like a statement to your company’s stakeholders, creditors, employees, and others that your established business operates in a specific framework. And your company uses this framework to achieve all your objectives, be it customer satisfaction, production objectives or environmental objectives. It being an external certification, it keeps the credibility of the certification as well.
There are many requests from many public sector tenders, where the ISO certification is a pre-requisite before allotment. In that case, it’d improve your chances of getting that tender.

5.Which ISO standard do I need?

• ISO 9001 quality management is one of the top standards to consider. This is the core standard that most of the other well-known standards are based on.
• ISO 14001 is the standard that is used by companies that are involved in a lot of waste-producing activities or waste and recycling activities.
• If your company is involved in manufacturing business, we’d recommend you to get your company registered under ISO 45001. This standard is to maintain health and safety, as a lot of heavy machinery is used.
The best way to find out more standards, we’d recommend you contact our experts now.

6.Why do I need to have an audit?

Audit is mandatory if you wish to get yourself ISO certified. This audit would mean that the system implemented is fit for its purpose and continually improving. For effective management of your systems, you need to comply with these standards.
The auditor’s role is to inform you about the requirements in your process/operation/management that need improvement. Your company can see this as an opportunity and so improve on these procedures using a step-by-step guide.

7.Is there a need to renew the ISO certificate?

No, you don’t need to renew this certificate. Though, the auditor is authorized to conduct surprise checks from time to time to make sure all the standards are met.

8.Does the new standard contain the quality manual?

It is not mandatory to maintain a quality manual. The ISO issuing agency specifies that the organization should maintain the documented information necessary for the effectiveness of the Quality Management System (QMS).
This could be accomplished by using multiple ways, quality manual being one of them. If a company chooses this method, then it is perfectly acceptable.

9.What is ISO audit?

ISO audit is a tool that is required to check the quality process system to ensure that the organization is following the requirements as prescribed. Once the ISO certification is through, ISO audit needs to be performed annually.

10.What is the basic difference between ISO Registration and accreditation?

The workings of ISO certification and accreditation are the same. The only difference is in the body who certifies it and how it is done.
For the ISO certification, you need to just pay a minimal fee and email us the required documents. The whole process takes 10-15 days.
But in the case of accreditation, only accredited body such as UKAS (UK) and INAB (Ireland) provides it. Moreover, there is no help from these bodies, they just conduct an assessment and based on it, they either pass or fail the company.

11.How can I implement the requirements of ISO 9001 in my business?

As a minimum, you should familiarize yourself not only with the requirements of IS/ISO 9001 but also the vocabularies that are given in IS/ISO 9000 and direction standard IS/ISO 9004. This will help you to clearly understand your association’s activities and processes and appropriately interpret the requirements of the standards. Implement the requirements in the different activities and processes adding value to these processes and activities. For training programs on general awareness on the requirements, our National Institute of Training for Standardization (NITS) may be reached.

12.What is the role of BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards) in ISO 9001?

BIS stands for Body of India and is the founder of ISO. For the advancement of ISO 9000 standards, the technical and its sub-committees are responsible. BIS officers which are included in the Quality and industry experts’ panel are nominated by BIS. They are the one who enthusiastically participates in the gatherings offered by Technical Committee ISO/TC 176 and its Sub-committees.