Additional ISO Certifications-ISO 9001 Dayton OH-ISO PROS #4

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Additional ISO Certifications-ISO 9001 Dayton OH-ISO PROS #4

Additional ISO Certifications We Offer in Dayton, Ohio (OH)

Aerospace AS9100

Operators and manufacturers will adhere to efficient quality control processes to maintain health, efficiency, and reliability in this complex global industry. AS 9100 is a globally recognized Aircraft, Space, and Defense Business Quality Control Program Standard.

Aerospace AS9101

AS9101 regulates how audits are conducted, recorded, and reported making it an important standard for understanding aviation, space, and defense companies. The regulation was updated in March 2014 and the new version, AS9101E, has dramatically changed how the audit process is structured and implemented by certification bodies.

Aerospace AS9102

The International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG) was created in 1998 by the Aerospace industry in an effort to improve quality. AS9102 standard for First Article Inspection (FAI) reports for the Aerospace industry was established to provide direction, improve processes, and organize documentation.

Anti-Bribery ISO 37001

The International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG) was created in 1998 by the Aerospace industry in an effort to improve quality. AS9102 standard for First Article Inspection (FAI) reports for the Aerospace industry was established to provide direction, improve processes, and organize documentation.

Asset Management ISO 55001

ISO 55001 is an internationally acknowledged standard for an automated asset management system.

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

The Automotive Core Tools are the building blocks for an effective system of quality management. They include APQP, Output Component Approval Method (PPAP), Malfunction Mode and Results Analysis (FMEA), Predictive Process Management (SPC), and Measuring Device Analysis (MSA).

Automotive IATF 16949

IATF 16949 certification is for improved market opportunities. Individual companies have to meet quality requirements relevant to their services and products supplied throughout the supply chains of the international automotive industry.

Body Armor BA 9000

This is a body armor quality management standard, which is an extension of ISO 9001, an International Organization for Standardization standard for quality management.

Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Levels 1-5

The Capability Maturity Model classifies organizations into stages, varying from those at Level 1 (operating under unmanaged or ad-hoc processes) to those achieving Level 5 (optimizing).

Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC)

This is the current version of the program by the Department of Defense ( DoD) to protect the strategic defense infrastructure and the supply chain of the DoD.

Counterfeits AS6081

In the response to large and increasing volumes of fraudulent and/or counterfeit electronic parts that enter the supply chain, AS6081 was created, to oppose significant reliability, performance, as well as safety risks.

Energy ISO 50001 and SEP

Companies of all sizes will significantly improve their energy efficiency with an energy management system (EnMS) in compliance with the internationally recognized ISO 50001 standard.

Environmental ISO 14001

ISO 14001 is the internationally recognized environmental management standard which can be used by companies to seek positive environmental improvement.

Ethical Sourcing SQFI

The standard is not intended to replace certain guidelines but rather it goes far beyond the regulatory requirements through offering a structured framework for developing an ethical sourcing system reporting, detailing labor practices, and providing instructions on training.

Facility Management ISO 41001

ISO 41001 establishes a benchmark for the development of systems and practices for effective, strategic, and operational facility management (FM).

Food Safety Modernization Act FDA FSMA

The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) is a sweeping piece of legislation designed to protect the American public by focusing on disease prevention rather than outbreak response after people are already sick.

Food Safety ISO 22000

Whatever their size, or product, it is the responsibility of all food producers to manage the safety of their products and the welfare of their consumers. That is why there is ISO 22000.

Forestry SFI ATFS (Sustainable Forestry)

These three credential programs have management guidance to guarantee that the woods are controlled within the highest environmental and biodiversity levels practicable.

 Gluten-Free Certification (GFC)

It offers a mechanism for handling and regulating gluten in all gluten-free items, in the production, and labeling of packaged goods, in both your own brand and more.

 Info Security ISO/IEC 27001

Organizations can use the ISO / IEC 27001 standard to demonstrate compliance with best practices and excellence in managing Information Security.

 International Traffic in Arms Regulations, ITAR

ITAR is part of a web of laws and regulations that prohibit U.S. individuals and firms from engaging in business with banned/sanctioned countries and individuals.

 IT Service ISO/IEC 20000-1

The purpose of this program is to manage the cycle of operational life, including service planning, design, adjustment, execution, and improvement.

Laboratory Accreditation ISO 17025

ISO / IEC 17025 is a common standard for research and calibration laboratories. It was developed to provide continuity and to improve laboratory processes.

Medical Devices ISO 13485

ISO 13485 is a quality management standard for fabricators of medical devices.

Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) ISO 45001

An efficient employee health and safety systems program can help to preserve and improve the most valuable commodity, the, and promote success in the industry.

 Packaging ISO 15378

Was developed by stakeholders in the pharmaceutical industry to provide producers with a Quality Management System ( QMS) for items intended for use as medicinal drug packaging.

 Quality ISO 9001

ISO 9001 qualification reflects your dedication to achieving consistent outcomes in all facets of the company.

 Responsible Care RC14001

RC-14001 combines responsible care initiative elements with ISO 14001 standard.

 Supply Chain ISO 28000

The standard ‘s purpose is to provide the best practice structure for people and freight to decrease risks within the supply chain.

 Telecommunications TL 9000

TL 9000 is an ISO 9001 compliant format that has been developed for use in the telecom sector.

 Audit Management Systems ISO 19011

This is a standard for information framework audits. If first- or second-party audits are needed then this level is yours.

The latest Automotive Standard is the IATF 16949:2016. This standard is fully aligned with all 10 ISO 9001:2015 elements but with just a few differences. IATF maintained the need for the Quality Manual and Management representative. In addition to accepting all the quality management system requirements designed by ISO 9001:2015, IATF has focused on the risk-based approach and product safety. Responsibility for the product remains with the product manufacturer until the end of the product life cycle. This requires recycling by destroying as considered inappropriate for use and avoiding unintended use in the production of automobiles.

Outsourced Internal Auditing

A growing number of organizations may be confronted with this in the future, as demands for effective governance and risk management become more complex. Outsourcing a viable Internal Audit option.

Virtual Internal Audits

There is something like a “virtual audit”— where performing an audit in the audited facility takes place without being physically there.

Second Party Audits

A second-party audit is where a customer conducts a manufacturer’s investigation to ensure it complies with the contract specifications.

Supplier Audits

Using our Supplier Audit, you will be able to evaluate and assist suppliers directly, where appropriate.

Supplier Evaluation

Supplier evaluation is the process of entering a new or existing supplier base based on availability, location, manufacture and service, and technological quality.

Compliance Audits

A compliance audit is a systematic analysis and evaluation of how a corporation or organization satisfies a contractual agreement (e.g. SOC 2) or a statutory obligation (e.g. GDPR) process.

Pre-assessment Audits

This service offering allows customers to conduct separate audits to verify compliance with a specific standard of facilities or sites.

Documentation Audit/Desk Audit

This is an assessment of a specific role in the civil service to determine if its roles and obligations are in line with the status of the work and the grade of pay.