Monday, 19 August 2013

ISO 9001 Certification scheduled for Revisions: Will this Make Mine Outdated?

For manufacturing industries, it is important that one get an ISO 9001 certification, to reassure clients that your merchandise are high quality, safe to use, and eco-friendly. Aside from that, being ISO 9001-certified means that the business adheres to international industry standards and regulations in terms of production process. To keep it from getting outdated, the ISO 9001 certification standard needs to be revised every five years. Right now, the committee for the draft of revisions has already been selected, though the finished provisions are not expected until late 2015. Though it may seem bad for those who just got ISO 9001:2008-certified, worry not. Following the release of the new provisions, a transition period of two years follows for those migrating to the new standard, giving companies ample time to get certified by reputable entities like the International Standards Authority, Inc. So don't be left behind. With the continuous surge of technology, it pays to be

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