ISO is an International Standardization Organization founded in 1947. She is the largest developer and publisher of international standards in the world. ISO is a non-governmental federation of national standards organizations that close the gap between the public and private sectors.
ISO has established its institutions in 163 countries with members in each country and has a central secretariat in Geneva, Switzerland, which coordinates the system. ISO develops and publishes thousands of new ISO standards each year. To date, ISO has developed more than 19,000 international standards on various topics.
ISO develops new standards every day to help companies in the public and private sectors create best practices. Each of the ISO standards sets quality requirements in certain areas for different industries.
ISO standards features:
These are the standards of the production system
These are general and practical standards
These are not product standards
This ensures that the quality of the product is consistent.
Mistakes are systematically corrected, which reduces the risk of recurrence.
ISO 9000 for general quality management
ISO 13485 for medical equipment manufacturers.
BOOKS on environmental management ISO 14000
ISO 15706 for audiovisual
ISO 18416: 2007 for cosmetics.
ISO 9241 / ISO 10075 for ergonomics
ISO 7218: 2007 on Food Safety
ISO 14416 for libraries
ISO / TR 27809: 2007 for health software.
ISO/ TC 67 for oil
Some of the benefits of ISO:
Compliance with products and services guarantees quality, safety and reliability.
Removing technical barriers to trade and supporting political trade agreements.
The company’s widespread recognition of products and services is an opportunity to compete freely in a larger market.
The Government provides technical and scientific support for health, safety and environmental legislation.
This reduces the number of marriages/remodels and improves housekeeping and teamwork
Increases the morale of the company and its credibility in the market.
To improve the quality of life by guaranteeing the safety of transport, cars and tools.
This improves teamwork and discipline in the organization.
This reduces costs by eliminating duplication, unnecessary records, and monitoring processes.
Thanks to more customer trust in you, you will receive more and more orders.
Steps to effectively implement ISO:
We need to know all the details of the work we do
We need to know our working procedures in detail
Our workplace should be tidy and clean.
Everything must be confirmed by a tag/ tag / color with status, i.e. for verification / accepted / rejected / for revision, etc.
All control and testing equipment must be calibrated.
We must keep records wherever stated in the working procedures.
We must be ready for change