Essay on The Benefits of Becoming ISO Registered

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Advantages of Becoming ISO Registered

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TABLE OF CONTENTS     2
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY     3
INTRODUCTION     4
WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF ISO?     5
WHY HAVE IT?     7
WHO HAS IT?     8
WHO WANTS IT? WHY?     9
REGISTRATION PROCESS?     10
WHO RUNS IT?     12
WHO IMPLEMENTS IT?     13
WHO MAINTAINS IT?     14
WHAT ARE THE RISKS OF NOT HAVING IT?     15
AUDITING PROCESS?     16
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They supply governments with a mechanical base for health, safety and environmental legislation. In addition to aiding the transfer of technology to developing countries, International Standards make life easier for consumers and serve as a safety measure. Furthermore, suppliers and clientele are committing to only dealing with other ISO certified companies to further guarantee the quality management process.

Benefits of being ISO certified can be described as being invaluable. This report will take a look at the benefits from different perspectives in the economy and how these benefits are being noticed by organizations internationally and how this reflects on the growing number of ISO certified companies.

Included in the report will be an example of how Conestoga College was granted ISO certification and the problems that were encountered throughout the implementation of the system. Why was it “put on the back burner”? To answer the many questions we had, we needed to talk to individuals who had the hands on experience in dealing with the ISO situation. We then conducted two interviews; one with Joyce ??? (- position?) and the other with Bill Jeffery ??? (- position?).
After gathering the information from the interviews as well as the research that was conducted, our group needed to pinpoint the problems and decide on what recommendations should be made to help fix these problems. The report will take a more in depth look into the problems

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