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What Is ISO
- Feb 12, 2018 -

WHAT IS ISO

 ISO originated from the union of two organisations – the ISO (International Federation of the National Standardizing Associations) and the UNSCC (United Nations Standard Coordinating Committee).

In 1946 over 25 countries met at the Institute of Civil Engineers in London to create a new international organisation, where the objective was to ‘facilitate the international coordination and unification of industrial standards’ From this the new organisation ISO began operations in February 1947. The word ISO is derived from the Greek ISOS meaning ‘equal’.

As the International Organization for Standardization would translate differently across different languages it was decided that the short form name for the organisation would be ISO.

Today the ISO has grown to a confederation of delegates representing over 150 countries and has published over 16,500 international standards. They meet on a regular basis to further develop new and existing management standards.

Means OF CERTIFICATION

  • Improved quality and service

  • Delivery on time

  • Right first time attitude

  • Fewer returned products and complaints

  • Independent audit demonstrates commitment to quality