ISO 9001 Quality Assurance Management Systems (QA)

 About ISO 9001 (Quality Assurance)

The quality assurance standard ISO 9001 is a standard that has been chosen and implemented by businesses all around the world to show commitment to delivering quality products and services to customers.

Specifically, quality assurance (or qa) is a standard for meeting customer requirements.

The documents and procedures required by ISO 9001 (quality assurance) describe how a company will meet the requirements of a client or customer in a systematic and reliable fashion.

Furthermore, there are some practical additions to this standard that are focused on system management (See the PDCA Cycle). These system management requirements are designed to integrate with other management system standards e.g. ISO 14001 (Environmental Management Systems), and OHSAS 18001 & AS/NZS 4801 (Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems).

Meeting the requirements of ISO 9001 shows your commitment to delivering quality products and services to your customer.

Quality assurance does not guarantee a quality product nor should the quality assurance logo or stamp of approval be placed on the product as it is the company and not the product or service that is quality assured.

ISO 9001:2008 is the most recognised quality assurance or qa system standard internationally.

How to get certified

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