Hi there,

I trust your August has begun and is panning out well. I also trust you are keeping safe following the announcement of the third wave of the Covid-19 virus which is said to be more virulent than the previous variants that had ravaged our world in the recent past. Ensure to obey all Covid-19 protocols and if possible, stay away from crowdy places as much as possible.

If you have been following our conversations in the past two (2), we have been talking about different Standardization authorities and we started the conversation with The Standards Organizations of Nigeria and took a notch higher and discussed the Halal and today, we will continue the conversation and discuss International Organization of Standardization standards.

International Organization of Standardization also known as ISO is the global is an independent and non-governmental international body that develops standards to ensure the quality, safety and efficiency of products services and systems. It is one of the most reputable and honourable standards regularization body globally as it has been lauded on different fronts. No matter the sector or industry you operate in there is an ISO Standard for you. One of the beautiful things about these standards is how it tends to help your clients and prospects gain more assurance of your offerings as well as opening international doors for businesses. I know you would want to ask what makes this different from the Standards Organization of Nigeria. Well, their names alone tell a difference and also, the extent to which the cover or the sectors which the play in. You can read up more on SON in our blog or by clicking HERE.

Some of the ISO Standards and what they stand for include:

  1. ISO 9001: Quality Management System (QMS)
  2. ISO 27001: Information Security Management System (ISMS)
  3. ISO 45001: Occupational Safety and Health Management (OS&H)
  4. ISO 14001: Environmental Management System
  5. ISO 20000: IT Management System
  6. ISO 17025: Testing and Calibration Laboratories

These standards and many more are issued after series of diligent audit processes and careful examination of systems. Looking to take your business international but confused about how to go about the process of getting ISO certified, just send an email today or call 08107017274 and let’s take you through the process seamlessly and hassle free. That next big door you intend to unlock in your business is behind your ISO certification; don’t slack on this one.

Until I come your way again, stay safe and work smart and not just hard.



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