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ISO 9001 : 2008 QMS
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Integrates the process based approach of ISO's management system standard

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FAQ’s on ISO 9001:2008

1. What is ISO?

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) was established in 1947 and is (currently) an association of approximately 155 National Standards Bodies, which each represent their own country. ISO employs a system of Technical Committees, Sub-committees and Working Groups to develop International Standards.

2. Who is responsible for developing the ISO 9001 standards?

ISO Technical Committee (TC) number 176 (ISO/TC 176), and its Sub-committees, are responsible for the development of the standards.

3. How long it take to get ISO 9001 certification?
Depending upon the commitment of the owner-managers, the time taken could be 15-45 days.
4. What is the validity period of ISO 9001 certification?
An ISO 9001 certification is granted initially for a period of three years.
5. Is there any fine on non-compliance after obtaining ISO 9001 certification?
No, there is no provision of any fine in such circumstances.

6. Can there be surprise audit to see if the ISO 9001 standards are being adhered to after certification is obtained?

There is no such thing as a spot/surprise ISO 9001 audit. Once the certification is obtained then only surveillance audits are conducted, every year or so that with prior intimation.

7. Will ISO 9001 improve our financial performance?

ISO 9001 can improve your company's financial performance if it is properly implemented. An ISO 9001 Quality Management System can help you to improve your bottom line because it can reduce the costs associated with poor quality (the cost of repairs, rework, complaints, returns, warranty work, law suits, etc.). And, of course, if ISO 9001 helps you keep your old customers and attract new ones, it will certainly improve your financial performance.




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