How much time is required to get ISO certificate and what is the process? what important thing should be take care When a company is registered under shop Act 1948.This Information is important for our company.

From India, Pune
Dear Parul,

In order to determine how long it will take to become ISO 9001 certified or registered, you have to figure out how long it will take to develop or upgrade your quality management system (QMS). One way of figuring this out is to start with a Gap Analysis. A Gap Analysis will tell you what steps you need to take to upgrade or develop your QMS. Once you know what needs to be done, you can figure out how long the work should take.

In general, it can take from three months to three years to develop a complete QMS. How long it will actually take will depend on a lot of factors, including how many people work on the project, how knowledgeable they are, and how large your organization is.

Once you've developed your QMS, your registrar may want you to wait another three or more months before the certification (registration) audit is done. This is because you need to be able to prove that your quality system is actually working, and because it takes at least three

months to develop an adequate record of performance. Ensure every compliance's is done before you ask your registrar to carry out an external audit of your system.

Visit the following site for detailed understanding.

ISO - International Organization for Standardization

From India, Mumbai

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