ISO standards define your business clearly

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    ISO standards has clearly defines the requirements of every business (agriculture,computing,manufacturing,etc).ISO certification has create loyalty to your business that lead to competitive edge.
     
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    Is your own business ISO certified Thiru01? If so, how has it actually helped your business?
     
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    You'll notice I corrected a couple of grammar errors in your post, to help you learn to properly write in English.
    Now, to address the information in your post. You've started a good post, now finish it. What is an ISO certification? Where does it come from? Are there different types, and what are the qualifications for each? And/or, as Fergal mentioned, is your business ISO certified? If so, what was your experience like? Have you seen an increase in business as a result?
     
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    Thanks for responding my threads.

    What is Iso certification?

    ISO certification is a provision by certification bodies of written assurance statement that the management system and product or service is meets the specific requirements.

    ISO certification is a voluntary requirements for business ,reason of wanting certification in business is to improve the efficiency of companies operations.

    Firstly All ISO Standard, State your Quality Objective and quality policy of your organization.

    There are number of ISO standards like Iso 9001,Iso 14001,ISO 20000.ISO 27001 and many more.
     
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    "ISO Standards make an enormous and positive contribution to most aspects of our lives."

    when a product is made according to predefined standards and meets customer expectations, it is often taken for granted. However, in an environment without standards, people would very likely voice concerns about poor quality and unsafe products.

    Whether a business manufactures goods or provides services, when it meets standards relevant to its industry, it ensures that positive characteristics such as quality, durability, efficiency, safety
     
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    Who are these "certification bodies" and why are they qualified to establish these standards?

    What exactly do these standards mean? Are there different levels, or are they for different manufacturers or service providers.

    This sounds a little existential, or was quoted directly from another source.

    The purpose of my questions is not to get information on ISO standards in dribs and drabs. Your original post was only two sentences, when a more detailed explanation, if you can give one, would have been more informative and more helpful. If your level of knowledge is not high enough to provide an informative post, a simple post with only two sentences does not provide enough information to be helpful.
     
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    thanks for reply ,i will never expect of this reply ...ok thanks.
     
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    what is certification bodies?

    What Is ISO?
    ISO (International Organization standardization) is an commitie of with 156 countries who develops only the standards not issuing the certification.

    What is Certification bodies ?
    Certification bodies generally known as an third party accreditation body, which is capable of carrying out certification services.

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    Iso 9001 is the basics of ISO standards.

    Standards also play a vital role in the development of high-tech goods. When a business innovate a new technology, international standards facilitate the development of terminology and compatibility, making the innovation marketable.

    Before ISO 9001 certification process every organization should understand the business requirements that defined by ISO. Its keen to encourage the employees to know the importance of quality and business system.
     
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    What is Iso standards?

    ISO standards are developed by a technical committee (ISO members) . International Organization for Standardization members agree on content and give approval before a standard is published.
    ISO standard is a published document which contains set of rules, principles, practices or guidelines. The ISO standard controls how the organization develops and manages materials, products, services, technologies, processes and systems.

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    ISO 9001 standards merged with the some other standards like ISO 14001 ,ISO 27001 and Ohsas 18001 .

    All the requirements and procedure will be same but its differ departments to another.
     
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