ISO 9001 Certification: Being Officially Conferred it is Much Better


It’s not uncommon to see and learn of companies who recently earned ISO 9001 certification. Once in a while, however, some company will step in and claim that they have a self-conferred certification of sort—claiming that they themselves have assessed their inner capabilities and “officially” deemed their business compliant with the ISO 9001 certification.

These self-certifying companies, however, don’t really have an idea of how things should go. While they’re technically reaping several benefits associated with an effective management system without the stiff fees of registration and company audits, the flip side is that they’re paying a price for it—all they can do is make a point that their quality management system (QMS) is on-par with traditionally certified competitors. They can’t prove that somebody else with the conventional authority to confer such certification did it for them, and can vouch for it.
http://www.isaregistrar.com/blog/iso-9001-certification-being-officially-conferred-it-is-much-better/

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