International Organization for Standardization (ISO)

What is ISO?

ISO is stand for International Organization for Standardization. It is an international standard-setting body composed of representatives from various national standards organizations. ISO specialized international organization concerned with standardization in all technical and nontechnical fields except electrical and electronic engineering.

What are quality management principles?

  • Customer focus.
  • Engagement of people.
  • Process approach.
  • System approach to management
  • Evidence-based decision making.
  • Mutually beneficial supplier relationships.

Why is ISO important to your manufacture business?

ISO standards are designed to enable an organization to serve their customers better and hence increase customer satisfaction.

What type of ISO Standardization?

Standardization affects units of measurement, alphabetization and transliteration, specifications for parts, materials, surfaces, processes, tools, methods of testing, machines, and even the form in which specifications are presented.

How to becoming an ISO-certified business?

  • Develop your management system: Identify your core or business processes.
  • Implement your system: Ensure procedures performed as they are described in your documentation.
  • Verify that your system is effective: Conduct the audit and review the processes and system for compliance and effectiveness.
  • Register your system: Select the appropriate auditing firm for external registration. Submit your management system documentation for review to ensure it complies with the applicable standard.

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About the Author: Jenny Jo

Jenny Jo is the president and co-founder of MJJT Consultants. Ms. Jo is a Software Engineer, a Cyber Security Auditor, and an IT Project Manager. She is also a Certified Informatin Security Manager (CISM) which certifies her to audit information systems, as well as design, build, and magage businesses' information security programs.