Category: ISO 9001 (standards)
The PDCA cycle (Plan-Do-Check-Act) in relation to the ISO 9001 standard requirements
The Plan-Do-Check-Act circle (PDCA cycle) is a method to steer continuous improvement in an organisation. In this article, we tell you all about this much-used method.
ISO 9001 and quality management
In the world of ISO standards, many of the standards focus on quality management. The most important and most widely used standard in the world is ISO 9001. Since 1987, ISO 9001 has been the standard for quality management most frequently certified by organisations. The result? ISO 9001 is the most certified ISO standard worldwide. […]
ISO 9001 for one-man businesses and the self employed
Often we get asked if it is possible for small one-man businesses and self-employed persons to obtain the ISO 9001 certificate. The answer is a clear and simple yes! ISO 9001 is pre-eminently a standard in which the complexity of the management system depends on the size of the organisation. As a sole proprietor or […]
ISO 9001: what is it and what does it really mean?
With ISO 9001 you use internationally recognised standards for quality. It has also been proven that companies with an ISO 9001 certificate achieve higher annual turnover than non-certified companies.
What is ISO 9001?
With ISO 9001 quality management you demonstrate that your organisation is fully in control of the processes. By implementing ISO 9001 you ultimately achieve more in less time and with fewer resources!