Additional ISO Certifications We Offer in Saint Paul, Minnesota (MN)
One of the main goals we set since starting our company is to provide as many ISO standards as possible, but we didn’t want to offer quantity without quality. This is why we have made sure to train and prepare our experts and auditors properly for companies from all industries to implement standards with not only a validated company but also a reliable one. Most companies in the same field only offer around 10 to 15 standards, and they are usually general ones or some that are for specific industries, such as automotive or aerospace.
But we have over 30 and each one of them applies for different industries, focuses on one or more, and our auditors are more than familiar with them. Therefore, don’t hesitate to contact us and have a look at the ISOs below.
ISO standards for Aerospace companies.
– AS9100: it is the main ISO that comes from ISO 9001—which is for Quality—that sets all the parameters and requirements in order to provide high-quality parts, components, and services.
– AS9101: provides all the guidelines to conduct audits in aerospace companies only.
– AS9102: helps the company to prepare and meet requirements for the First Article Inspection to ensure they are not failures and defects in the products, and if they are, corrective actions should be taken.
– AS6081: aims to prevent fraudulent or counterfeits parts and components enter the supply chain.
Standards for Automotive companies.
– Automotive Core Tools: there are over 5 different tools that are necessary and focused on different areas and needs of the company.
– IATF 16949: provides the standards and parameters for the company to prevent failures, eliminate or reduce waste in the production cycle, and provide better parts and components.
Food industry standards.
– Food Safety Modernization Act FDA FSMA: focus on responding to foodborne illnesses by preventing them instead of responding to each one of them.
– ISO 22000: sets out all the parameters to guarantee the best food production of any type with very specific requirements to meet.
– Gluten-Free Certification: only for companies interested in providing food for celiac clients or people with similar diseases.
Medical and health industry.
– ISO 13485: it is the quality standard for the corresponding management system of manufacturers that provide medical devices.
– ISO 15378: provides all the parameters to establish the proper packaging process for medical products to guarantee their delivery and protection in the process.
ISOs for all—or most—industries and companies
When focusing on this, you will notice more standards that can be implemented in different companies than what most people believe. Among our clients and people that reach out to us, ISO 9001 and CMMI are the most popular ones. ISO 9001 is the general standard for quality and the management system in all companies. It sets every parameter and requirement to meet.
CMMI is more a system that guarantees the growth and improvement of different areas in any company, and it stands for Capability Maturity Model Integration which has 5 different levels. Other ISO standards we provide and consider you should implement no matter what are:
– ISO 37001: to establish policies and new measures to prevent bribery attempts and manage the anti-bribery system of the company properly.
– ISO 55001: helps to control and manage the lifecycle of assets and meet specific requirements.
– ISO 50001 and SEP: focus on the energy management system of companies and those certified in it have the Super Energy Performance seal of approval as well.
– ISO 41001: implemented in certain conditions and requirements when the company needs to control or deal with its facility management system.
– ISO 45001: provides all the guidelines and parameters to establish safety measures to prevent workers and employees to suffer from any accidents or illnesses.
– RC14001: Responsible Care helps to improve environmental, safety, and health performance in any company.
– ISO 28000: sets out the parameters and protocols for security and safety in the supply chain.
– ISO 17025: must be met for labs that want to be technically and legally known as competent and gain credibility.
– ISO/IEC 27001: it provides measures and methods to protect information and data of all types—not only IA.
– TL 9000: helps with the Quality Management System of telecom companies in order to provide the best services.
– BA 9000: it isn’t a mandatory standard, but it provides several parameters to ensure the quality and efficiency of equipment for Federals, the police, and other law enforcement.
– CMMC: stands for Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification and it is a standard implemented for defense contractors, and it was released recently in Janua
– ISO 14001: sets out all the standards and protocols to protect the environment and promote positive actions for it.
– Forestry SFI ATFS (Sustainable Forestry): SFI and ATFS are non-profit organizations that partnered in a program to promote the protection of public and private forest areas.
– Ethical Sourcing SQFI: more than a standard, it helps companies to determine how they can provide documents to prove their commitment to providing the best conditions to protect their workers and visitors.
– ITAR: regulation to prevent technology and military-related equipment to be exported with some exceptions.
– ISO/IEC 20000-1: focused on the Service Management System of the company and IT services.
Standards for Audit Management Systems and Audits overall
To conduct an audit, you must know how to do it properly and what are the parameters to follow depending not only on the industry and company but also in the type of audit you’re conducting. This is why several standards are implemented following the last criteria after implementing the general one:
- Audit Management Systems ISO 19011: helps to set every parameter and measure for the company to understand and conduct audits for itself or clients.
For the rest, the parameters are quite similar, but several additions and changes are present depending on the type of the auditing process itself. Therefore, you can and must implement any of the following ones depending on the audit you want to conduct:
- Outsources Internal Audit.
- Virtual Internal Audit.
- Second Party Audits.
- Supplier Audits.
- Supplier Evaluation.
- Compliance Audits.
- Pre-assessment Audits.
- Documentation/Desk Audits
We have all of them available in any of our offices, either in Saint Paul or any other location and city in Minnesota. Just make sure to contact us and let our experts know what service you need.