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What Is ISO?

ISO is an International recognised standard that determines what ‘great looks like’.  ISO can be used in a number of sectors where services and goods are provided including:

  • Health
  • Management and services
  • Energy
  • IT & Related Technologies
  • Security and Safety Risks
  • Engineering
  • Transport
  • Food and agriculture
  • Materials
  • Environmental Sustainability
  • Building and Construction.
  • Diversity and Inclusion

The aim of achieving ISO accreditation is to ensure that products and services that you use are safe, reliable and of high quality.  Achieving ISO accreditation can help your business thrive, improving your industry reputation.

ISO certification offers you a combination of business and marketing tools. Achieving your standards will deliver improvements to your organisation, and it will also strengthen your ability to tender for new contracts and retain existing clients.

ISO accreditation provides a wide range of benefits beyond your organisation meeting International Recognised Standards such as:

Enhanced Business Operations: Implementing ISO standards requires a thorough review and improvement of internal processes. This can lead to increased efficiency, reduced waste, and improved overall performance. 

Market Credibility: Being certified to ISO standards demonstrates to customers and stakeholders that your organization is committed to providing a quality service or product, monitoring and improving all the time.  It also shows staff that you are committed to providing a quality service to customers, attracting and retaining quality staff members.    

Competitive Advantage: With ISO certification, your organization can differentiate itself from competitors who may not have achieved the same level of quality or compliance. This can be particularly advantageous when tendering for contracts in the same field.  Your business will stand out as being committed to standards of excellence. 

Global Recognition: ISO standards are recognized and respected worldwide. Certification can open doors to international markets by demonstrating that your organisation meets internationally recognised standards.

Risk Management: Compliance with ISO standards involves implementing robust risk management processes and strategies.  This helps you identify and mitigate potential risks ensuring your business is resilience to external threats. 

Access new opportunities: Many organizations, especially larger corporations and government agencies, require suppliers and partners to have certain ISO certifications. Achieving these certifications can expand your business opportunities and help you retain existing customers.  ISO accreditation can help make your business more attractive to prospective clients. 

Improved Customer Satisfaction: Winning new clients is important, but maintaining relationships with current clients is just as important.  By consistently meeting ISO standards, you’re more likely to deliver products and services that meet or exceed customer expectations and shows your commitment to improvement and being best in your field. This can result in increased customer satisfaction and loyalty.

Continuous Improvement culture: ISO certification encourages a culture of continuous improvement within your organization. By regularly reviewing and updating processes to maintain compliance, you foster a mindset of ongoing growth and development. 

CRCS Legal can now help you achieve ISO accreditation.  

We have a proven track record of helping business’ achieve accreditation, improving their processes, commitment to improvement and development of business and staff.  We use our vast experience to help you implement policies and procedures that comply with the ISO requirements and achieve your accreditation. 

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