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What is ISO?

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What are the myths about ISO and its benefits to your business, orgnaization, etc.?

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What is ISO?

  1. 1. http://www.servustechnologies.com team@servustechnologies.com WHAT IS ISO?
  2. 2. • ISO is documentation of processes (putting what you do into words)  No, Documentation is just one of the requirements of ISO, it is meant to improve quality (Increase Income/Revenue, Less Rejects/rework – zero defects, improved employee efficiency, improve customer satisfaction) • ISO is Document heavy  No, it requires less documents compared to older ISO versions (2008 and before). Mandatory procedures is no longer a requirement. • ISO is Strict in its hard to comply format (even fonts, numbering, version number and paper size is dictated by ISO)  No, ISO does not require any format, it is just an internal requirement of ISO Auditors or the Organization adapting ISO. • ISO is for Large or Multinational Corporations Only  No, Even Micro-businesses, Barangay and other small entities who want to adapt Quality Practices to improve efficiency can benefit from ISO. Myths on ISO http://www.servustechnologies.com team@servustechnologies.com
  3. 3. Myths on ISO • ISO demands extra load to people, affecting daily operations No, instead of affecting it improves how people do their job. ISO also have the added benefits :  Increased profitability/ margins Increased customer satisfaction Optimization of Resource Usage (staff, equipment, materials, etc.) Improvement in Transparency of Operation • ISO stresses employees. No, ISO is not just for certification. It is meant for continual improvement to meet the benefits mentioned above. • We can do well without ISO, we are getting by without it. Yes, but the company will get more benefits from its investments to ISO. http://www.servustechnologies.com team@servustechnologies.com
  4. 4. • ISO is perceived as a one time thing (After certification, it is back to old practices). No, it is a three year cycle where your business will be checked on the 2nd & 3rd Year on the following: How you have incorporated Quality in your Business How you are achieving the goals set on the 1st Year. • ISO is Costly (time and resources) and an Expense only (with no ROI). No, it is affordable and not an expense but an investment to improvements to your business/organization. • ISO is not environment friendly, it uses too much paper. No, ISO is accepting softcopies as part of its submissions. Myths on ISO http://www.servustechnologies.com team@servustechnologies.com
  5. 5. Some ISO Standards ISO 9001:2015, Quality management systems - Requirements ISO 14001:2015, Environment management systems – Requirements ISO/IEC 27001:2013, Information security management systems – Requirements ISO 55001:2013, Asset management – Requirements ISO 22000:2005, Food safety management systems – Requirements ISO 50001:2011, Energy management systems – Requirements http://www.servustechnologies.com team@servustechnologies.com
  6. 6. Quality Management System Based on ISO 9001:2015 ISO 9001:2015 http://www.servustechnologies.com team@servustechnologies.com
  7. 7.  An independent, non-governmental international organization with a membership of 162 national standards bodies  Central Secretariat in Geneva, Switzerland  Published 21,580 International Standards covering almost every industry, from technology, to food safety, to agriculture and healthcare International Organization for Standardization (ISO) http://www.servustechnologies.com team@servustechnologies.com
  8. 8. ISO 9001:2015  Globally recognized & most popular standard  More than 1 Million companies in over 175 countries are certified to ISO 9001  Specifies the requirements for a quality management system http://www.servustechnologies.com team@servustechnologies.com
  9. 9. Reasons for Implementing ISO 9001:2015  To improve company image and credibility by attaining certification to ISO 9001  To improve customer satisfaction by fulfilling customer requirements  To integrate/ align business processes for greater efficiency & productivity  To arrive at better decisions  To create a culture of continual improvement of all business processes  To improve employee engagement towards process improvement http://www.servustechnologies.com team@servustechnologies.com
  10. 10. Quality Management System BENEFITS Increased profitability/ margins • Optimized use of resources • Better control of processes • Increased market share • Higher customer retention • Improved productivity Increased customer satisfaction • Improved quality • Less product rejects/ unsatisfactory services • Increased reliability of operation, product/ service • Effective handling of customer complaints http://www.servustechnologies.com team@servustechnologies.com
  11. 11. Quality Management System BENEFITS Optimization of Resource Usage (staff, equipment, materials, etc.) • Reduction of rejects at every stage • Reduced wastage of materials and time of personnel • Optimized use of equipment and facilities Improvement in Transparency of Operation • Consistency of operation • Increased staff morale and confidence • Reduced staff turnover & cost of staff changes • Decreased need for supervision • Ease of change in staff movements http://www.servustechnologies.com team@servustechnologies.com
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