Quality Management System certification is provided by certification bodies (CBs) to organizations whose management system meets the requirements of the ISO 9000 series of standards. ISO 9001 is an international standard that sets out an organization’s quality management system.
Its objective is to provide a set of requirements that are effectively implemented to provide confidence that goods and services supplied by the organization consistently meet customer needs and expectations and comply with applicable regulations.
A Certification Body applying for ISO 9001 accreditation must conform to ISO/IEC 17021-1 and ISO 17021-3 and other additional International requirements as detailed in Specific Requirements for Accreditation for QMS Scheme.
Accreditation demonstrates that an organization has met the requirements of the international standard for management systems certification bodies and is qualified to audit and certify management systems. It provides confidence in the certifications provided and ensures impartiality and competence.
Certification Bodies interested to apply for an Accreditation scheme for QMS can send an email at [email protected]