Additional ISO Certifications-ISO 9001 Phoenix AZ-ISO PROS #34

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Additional ISO Certifications We Offer in Phoenix, Arizona (AZ)

Additional ISO Certifications-ISO 9001 Phoenix AZ-ISO PROS #34

Getting ISO certified isn’t difficult at all when you find the right company for it. Implementing the standard takes a lot of work and is usually the part of the entire process in what most companies struggle the most. However, being able to find a validated ISO company that can provide assistance in implementing it can be hard when you are in Phoenix or any other city in Arizona. Not because there aren’t options or companies providing the service but rather because most of them aren’t what you usually expect or need from them.

Our company, ISO Pros, is one of the top organizations in this industry and the main reason behind our success is because we provide the factor of quality plus quantity. In simpler words, we have many ISO standards available while being able to provide high-quality services. If you are looking for one or more standards to implement, we have a large list of options for you:

  • Audit Management Systems. 

There are over 5 different standards that aim for this system in a company, and the reason behind this is because not all audits are the same. Sometimes, you want to conduct an internal one, but the need of conducting supplier audits and any other one can appear out of nowhere. The standards in this area focus on establishing, maintaining, and improving the system according to the audit you decide to conduct: 

  • Audit Management Systems ISO 19011.
  • Outsourced Internal Auditing.
  • Virtual Internal Audits.
  • Second Party Audits.
  • Supplier Audits.
  • Supplier Evaluation. 
  • Compliance Audits.
  • Pre-assessment Audits. 
  • Documentation Audit/Desk Audit.

ISO 19001 is the main and general standard for the system that can be implemented in any company and regardless of the auditing process it will conduct. 

  • AS9100, AS9101, and AS9102.

All these standards are focused on the aerospace industry. If we follow the same order, they are focused on the quality management system in aerospace companies. The next one provides the requirements and parameters to conduct an audit in the industry. And the last but not less important focus on the First Article Inspection when producing parts and components. 

  • Automotive Core Tools (APQP, AQP, PPAP, FMEA, SPC, MSA, R&M). 

Each core tool has a specific purpose in the automotive company that helps it to improve the sections or areas. They started to be essential and mandatory since their creation. 

  • Anti-Bribery ISO 37001 and Asset Management ISO 55001. 

Both ISOs aim for what their names indicate: anti-bribery and assets. ISO 37001 has all the requirements to establish and improve an anti-bribery system to prevent any information or data to leak from your company, and it includes specific restrictions and parameters. While ISO 55001 helps to manage and control the lifecycle of assets in any company. 

  • IATF 16949. 

Another automotive standard, but this one aims for the improvement in the quality of the parts and components fabricated in the company by reducing or eliminating waste and failures. 

  • CMMC and CMMI. 

The first ISO, Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification, is implemented for defense contractors to achieve specific security hygiene. While Capability Maturity Model Integration provides the parameters to achieve improvements in different areas of the company at the same time. 

  • AS6081. 

This ISO helps to prevent fraudulent or counterfeit parts and components to enter the supply chain in the aerospace industry.

  • Energy ISO 50001 and SEP. 

Focuses on the energy management system of the company and can be implemented in any business regardless of the industry. SEP stands for Super Energy Performance.

  • ISO 14001. 

Only aims for the protection of the environment promoted for companies that meet all the requirements and are committed to it after getting certified.

  • Ethical Sourcing SQFI. 

More than a standard for a system, it is implemented to allow companies to find and deliver documents that prove there are committed to their workers’ and employees’ safety.

  • ISO 41001. 

Implemented when certain problems and issues are present in the facility management system of the company and when several conditions are met.

  • Food Safety Modernization Act FDA FSMA. 

Sets parameters to prevent foodborne illnesses instead of waiting for them to appear and have to deal with each one of them.

  • Food Safety ISO 22000. 

Implemented for any company or organization dedicated to fabricate and distribute food of any type.

  • Forestry SFI ATFS (Sustainable Forestry): 

It is a program created for two non-profit organizations (SFI and ATFS) that promotes the protection of forestall resources and public and private forest areas.

  • Gluten-Free Certification (GFC). 

Companies that want to provide this type of food need to implement the standard to show industries and other companies that are able to produce gluten-free products for specific people. 

  • Info Security ISO/IEC 27001.

Provides all the guidelines to protect any type of information and data—not only IT—in the company. 

  • International Traffic in Arms Regulations, ITAR. 

An international regulation to prevent or control the export of military technology and equipment form the country. 

  • IT Service ISO/IEC 20000-1. 

Focuses on the security and protection of IT by improving the service management system of the company. 

  • Laboratory Accreditation ISO 17025. 

It is an ISO implemented for laboratories that want to get accredited and show they are technically competent. 

  • Medical Devices ISO 13485. 

Sets out the standards and requirements to fabricate medical devices that won’t have defects nor be failures. 

  • Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) ISO 45001. 

This standard aims only for this system to guarantee the safety of the workers, employees, and visitors of the company by implementing certain measures. 

  • Packaging ISO 15378. 

Shows the processes to pack and deliver medical products that are usually delicate and difficult to transport. 

  • Quality ISO 9001. 

It is the main ISO that sets all the requirements to establish, maintain, and improve the Quality Management System of any company in any industry. 

  • Responsible Care RC14001. 

Provides the guidelines to improve environmental, safety, and health performance in any company. It isn’t the same as ISO 14001 alone. 

  • ISO 28000. 

Sets protocols to guarantee the safety of the people involved in the supply chain of the industry and company. 

  • Telecommunications TL 9000. 

Helps companies in this area to produce high-quality products and provide top services in all sections and departments. 

All these standards are available in our offices in Phoenix and the rest of the facilities in Arizona. Just make the call, and we will be there to implement any of these standards for you.