ISO Certification in Faridabad

ISO Certification in Faridabad - ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 45001, ISO 22000, ISO 27001, Third Party Inspection, LA training

ISO Certification in Faridabad

As now every organization needs to build the leadership and maintain a high level of customer satisfaction. Also want to maintain the credibility among the customer.

Faridabad is one of the biggest industrial city of Haryana. So, ISO certification in Faridabad for the OEM and its supplier has become one of the key requirements.

The are many ISO Standard, which is contractual standards the organization can choose for implementation in the organization and go for ISO Certification. But please note that every ISO Standard is not required for every organization for certification.

So of reference Example Given below

ISO 9001 – Quality Management System- This Standard can be adopted by any type/ size of the organization for Implementation and Certification

ISO 14001 – Environmental Management System – This Standard can be adopted by any type/ size of the organization, But it advised to those organization, where environmental aspects created by the organization is high, above the standard industry practice. Or if there is any local body / Govt. Body requirements / Requirements of Customer or prevention of Pollution is the key requirement. Then the organization can Choose to adopt for implementation of ISO 14001 Standard in the organization.

Similarly, ISO 45001, ISO 22000 and ISO 27001 Standard has a specific purpose of implementation and certification.

So the organization can choose for adopting this standard for implementation in the organization accordingly

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Understanding the requirement of Different Standard and process of Implementation is given below

Quality Management System – ISO 9001:2015

This is Management System standard focusing the customer satisfaction, process/product conformity and overall quality perspective of the organization to consistently perform and continually improve based on the framework provided by the standard.

QMS is the set of policies, procedures, processes that are required for planning and execution of product/services. The structured way of delivering quality product/services is supported by documented information – which is through

  • Identification of internal and external issues,
  • determining the needs and expectations of interested parties (Interested parties are – Customer, Supplier, Worker, Visitors, Stakeholders, bankers, Statutory and regulatory bodies, neighbor, etc.),
  • scope of the quality management system,
  • demonstration of leadership,
  • Implementing and maintaining the quality policy and objectives relevant to the defined policy and aiming the continual improvement,
  • Providing necessary infrastructure for the operation of its processes to achieve conformity of products/services, enhancing/upgrading its knowledge to improve further,
  • Planning and control of production and its processes to achieve desired results,
  • Determination of customer purchase orders / contractual agreements / Memorandum of association / Work Agreement, etc., that describes customer requirements along with applicable statutory and regulatory requirements and the requirements those not stated by the customer but considered as necessary by the organization, Order Review,
  • Design & Development planning of product/services considering the nature of the product/services,
  • Purchase procedure,
  • production control and its relevant activities,
  • verification of production processes to maintain the product/service conformity, dealing with the non-conformance of the product, customer complaints, internal audit NC’s.
  • Conducting Internal audit / Management reviews to maintain the effectiveness of the management system, Monitoring and evaluating results for the effective quality management system.

Environmental Management System – ISO 14001:2015

This is a Management System standard that focuses on environmental pollution due to organizational activities, resource depletion and prevention & control on it, organization’s contribution to environmental sustainability, and its responsibility towards environment protection and cure.

The requirements of this standard are applicable to any organization regardless of size, location, and maturity level. General requirements that include

  • Implementing Environmental policy that reflects organizations commitment for Environment management system
  • Appointment of Team leader/environment coordinator, responsible for effective implementation and coordination of EMS
  • Identification of potential environmental aspects, its impact on the environment and its operational control planning and execution
  • Environmental compliance requirements
  • Developing and monitoring environmental objectives, targets, and programs
  • Organizations performance evaluation towards EMS
  • Performance monitoring and measurement
  • Management Review Meetings and its output
  • Continuous improvement of the environmental performance of the organization

Occupational Health and Safety Management System – ISO 45001:2018

This is the Management System standard that provides a framework for managing OH&S risks. The intended outcomes of the OH&S management system are to prevent work-related injury and ill health to workers and to provide safe and healthy workplaces

The requirements of this standard are applicable to any organization regardless of size, location, and maturity level. General requirements that include

  • Development and communication of Safety policy and objectives and related targets and programs
  • Needs and expectations of interested parties
  • Appointment of team leader/safety officer and his responsibilities for the effective implementation of OHSMS within the organization
  • Job description
  • HIRA register
  • Competence matrix
  • Competence evaluation
  • Training plan, its attendance and effectiveness verification
  • Master list of documents and records and its accessibility, verification, changes, and controls
  • Communication procedure Internal and external
  • Operational control plan
  • Emergency preparedness and response, mock drill records
  • Conduct an internal audit and management review meeting and maintain the record
  • OHSMS performance monitoring and measurement
  • Compliance obligations register / record
  • Accident / incident register. Investigation of accident/incident happened and its correction and preventive action.
  • Objective monitoring record
  • Continual improvement plan

Correction and corrective actions

Food Safety Management System – ISO 22000:2018  

Food Safety Management System that can be applied to any organization in the food chain, farm to fork, Food processing, manufacturing, packaging, transport, and sales. FSMS is a system that focuses and ensures food that does not have an adverse effect on human health.

It maps out what an organization needs to do to demonstrate its ability to control food safety hazards in order to ensure that food is safe. It can be used by any organization regardless of its size or position in the food chain.

ISO 22000 requires that organization to build a Food Safety Management System. This means that organization will have a documented system in place and fully implemented throughout the facility that includes –

  • PRP (Prerequisite programme)
  • HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point)
  • Interactive communication
  • Food Safety management system
  • Legal compliance

The ISO 22000 standard contains the specific requirements to be addressed by the Food Safety Management System. The standard requires food safety management system processes including –

  • Food Safety Policy of the organization, developed by top management.
  • Food safety objectives to drive the organizational effort to comply with
  • Documented information
  • Record of performance of the system
  • Establishing a Food safety team and team leader
  • Communication procedure
  • Emergency plan
  • Setting Prerequisite programmes (PRP), OPRP, HACCP and following the same
  • Traceability for product identification throughout the process
  • Procedure for withdrawals
  • Control of monitoring and measuring equipment
  • Correction and corrective actions
  • Conducting internal audit and management reviews
  • Updating and Improving the system

Documents Requirement Management System for Implementation in the organization

  • Relevant Manual and procedures
  • Risk Register mentioning relevant internal and external issues
  • Scope of the management system
  • Needs and expectations of the interested parties
  • Environmental Aspects and Impact Analysis Register (EMS)
  • HIRA Register (OH&S)
  • Preventive and Breakdown Maintenance register
  • Maintenance plan
  • Calibration plan
  • Calibration of monitoring and measuring instruments / equipment and its traceability to national/international standard
  • Competence matrix
  • Competence evaluation
  • Training plan, its attendance and effectiveness verification
  • Master list of documents and records and its accessibility, verification, changes, and controls
  • Communication procedure Internal and external
  • Operational planning and control document
  • Improvement Management Plan – (EMS)
  • Operational Control Plan (OH&S)
  • Emergency Preparedness & Response – EMS/OH&S
  • Customer PO / Agreement / MoM / MoA Register (QMS)
  • Work Instructions
  • Quality plan
  • Customer specifications/work orders / Agreements, its review and acceptance (QMS)
  • Design and development (If Applicable) planning, inputs to the design, Design review and verification, Design validation, Output of design and changes in design/revisions
  • Purchase procedures, supplier list, and their evaluation/assessment
  • Outsourced processes and its control
  • Material Inward inspection and verification
  • Production planning, Monitoring reports (QMS)
  • In-process inspection
  • Product identification and its traceability during the production phase and dispatch (QMS)
  • Customer property (if any) retention, verification, identification and its control (QMS)
  • Post-delivery activities (if any)
  • Product Final Inspection / Pre dispatch inspection report (QMS)
  • Rework/rejection register and its correction and corrective action (QMS)
  • Internal audit plan, audit summary record, Non-compliance document, and its corrective and preventive action.
  • Legal Register
  • Management review record
  • Objective monitoring record
  • Continual improvement plan
  • Correction and corrective actions

Implementation Process ISO Standard in the organization for ISO Certification

For effective implementation of the standard organization needs its Top Management commitment to resource provision, ensuring integration of the quality management system standard requirements into its business processes, supporting to relevant roles of the organizations to demonstrate their leadership and its application to their core areas.

For effective implementation, organization needs to

  • Provide training within the organization to improve the skills of employees along with ISO awareness
  • Implementation of documented information and verification of its effectiveness and control
  • Complying applicable legal requirements that organization access

Conducting internal audit and management reviews and fulfilling/minimizing non-compliances that are observed

Benefits of ISO Certification

  • The globally known practice adopted by the organization
  • Happy customer / enhanced customer satisfaction
  • Minimized process and product lapses
  • Improved reporting and communication
  • Legal compliance
  • Consistent output / performance delivery
  • Product compliance
  • Minimized customer complaints
  • Risk-based thinking
  • Peoples involvement
  • Increased productivity
  • Systematic approach
  • Enhanced competence/skills of the employees
  • Prompt resource utilization and cost-saving in waste, recycling, and consumption
  • Enhanced control over the processes/product that ensures environment protection and prevention of pollution
  • Organizations enhanced ability to consistently perform and achieve the goal towards environment sustainability
  • Enhanced Knowledge and performance delivery on life cycle perspective of the product
  • Minimized accidents, injuries and health issues
  • Organizations enhanced ability to consistently perform and achieve the goal towards personnel safety
  • Safe food product consistency
  • Resource optimization throughout the food chain
  • Minimal risk of liability
  • Enhanced customer/buyer confidence in the food product
  • Legal compliance
  • Consistent safety food performance
  • Minimal errors and customer/food complaints

Why need of ISO Consultants in Faridabad for Implementation

It takes minimum time for ISO standard implementation

Provides solutions for the effective implementation

Ensure that the resulting collection of policies, procedures, processes, and records meet the needs of the company while still allowing the improvement of the system.

Improvement of the system is one of the main reasons for a consultant appointment, as it benefits the company in the long run, ensuring integration of the relevant management system standard requirements into its business processes, supporting to relevant roles of the organizations to demonstrate their leadership and its application to their core areas

How to select ISO Certification Body in Faridabad for ISO Certification

Organizations seeking ISO certification needs to find the reputed and well-established certification body, Who have been  Accredited by reputed accreditation Body i.e JAS-ANZ / UAF/ NABCB

Online ISO Certification Process

As per requirement of IAF MD 3 , in case of Extraordinary situation, i.e when the physical visit of Auditor is not possible to conduct the onsite Audit. Then as per IAF MD 4 , The CAB can opt to do the Audit by Remote Audit.

It is an online environment in which processes are executed, where demonstration of evidence, conformity, or traceability can be confirmed via electronic means. Examples of online certification process verification through TeamViewer / WhatApp / AnyDesk / Go-To-Meeting, WebEx, Microsoft Lync / Zoom, Etc.)

Requirements for ICT (Information and Communication Technology)

Agreement of auditee organization on the use of ICT and its electronically transmitted information – here organization will have to assure the integrity of electronically represented data/information

Auditee application/review for use of ICT and its related infrastructure and identification of risk and opportunities – Verification of resources based on ICT and its applicability/effectiveness to avoid or minimize the risk and the competency and ability of auditor/auditee to understand and

Utilize the information and communication technologies employed to achieve the desired audit results, Audit planning on the basis of ICT application / covering the identified risks and restricted remote auditing areas / Trial meetings

Advantage of online ISO Certification – Remote Audit

Assessment of more locations and capability with the approximately same amount of resources for on-site assessments

Minimized traveling risk / Physical visits to the location

Complement to traditional oversight techniques


The disadvantage of online ISO Certification – Remote Audit

Risk of Maintaining satisfactory connections or conditions during the assessment time / Network availability

The integrity of information being shared

Possibilities of data loss/profile access

Interference and background noise during the assessment period

Complex on what was heard stated and read throughout the assessment / Chances of miscommunication/clarity

Testing platform compatibility

Increased cost

The increased time duration for assessment


Lead Auditor Training

It is the training of relevant standards (ISO 9001 / 14001 / 22000 / 27001 / 45001) that demonstrates/assure the relevant competence to conduct the certification audit. It recognizes audit effort on matters of significance to the management system. After successful completion of training, the candidate will be able to explain the purpose, content, and interrelations of the relevant management systems, Can describe the roles and responsibilities of Lead Auditor. Is Able to gather relevant evidence through auditee/personnel interaction. Report the audit, including writing valid, factual, and value-adding non-conformity reports. It takes 5 days for successful completion of one International standard, vice versa


Online Lead Auditor Training – It is a self-learning / assisting tool to comply with the relevant competence to conduct the certification / Third Party Audits of relevant management system standard.


Third-Party Inspection –

This is a product inspection that can be done at its various Stages, as per the requirement of Clients, initial stage i.e. at the time of material receipt, at the time of production, at the time of product inspection, at the time of final inspection and pre-dispatch inspection. Any kind of Organization can benefit from this certification scheme.

Food Safety Audit (As Per FSSAI requirement)

  • This Food Safety and Standards (Food Safety Auditing) Regulations, 2018 includes the Procedure for recognition of Auditing Agencies, Procedure for Renewal/ Cancellation/Suspension of recognition, Terms, and conditions of recognition, auditing procedure, Duties of auditors, Audit reporting and audit monitoring system.
  • The objective of Food safety audits to strengthen food safety surveillance system, Reduce the regulatory food safety inspections conducted by central / State licensing authority, To encourage self-compliance, develop a self-sustaining ecosystem for ensuring compliance of FBO’s and reduce gap between regulator led enforcement & field level non-compliance

Food Safety Supervisor Training

FSSAI had made Training mandatory of all Central and State Licensed FBOs under FSS Act. Each Food Business Operator, exceeding specified headcount needs to have at least one trained & the certified person in their business premises to ensure food safety. This training is for people who are in the food businesses, whether as food business operators or employees or otherwise. food safety training are conducted for target groups in the food business to maximize knowledge and awareness of food safety regulations and policies to ensure food safety and hygiene.