FAQ

FAQ

The System Company are ISO specialists in Bunbury and the South West.

Not sure what ISO is? We have compiled a list on the most frequently asked questions for you below…

What are ISO standards?

ISO (International Organization for Standardization) is an independent, non-governmental, international organization that develops standards to ensure the quality, safety, and efficiency of products, services, and systems. … ISO standards are in place to ensure consistency.

Why ISO Certification is Important

The International Organization for Standardization develops specifications for products, services, systems and procedures by which they can measure their level of excellence. … A company cannot be considered truly standardised until it has earned its ISO Certification.

The Purpose of ISO Standards?

ISO standards are designed to make products and services better and to make companies, governments and other organisations more efficient. Some standards are designed for specific industries, like the food industry, or designed to help improve the environment.

Why do we need ISO?

Build credibility internationally: ISO certification helps your organisation helps credibility to build overseas business. Better customer satisfaction: ISO standards are designed to enable an organisation to serve their customers better and hence increase customer satisfaction.

Some “myths” of the ISO Standards

It says we always have to do it “this way”
It does not apply to my business
Everything needs to be documented
It is expensive to implement and maintain
Everything needs to be perfect at the start