Nevilles have accreditation to the following
ISO 9001 is the most widely recognised quality management system standard in the world. It demonstrates your organisation’s commitment to supplying a product or service that consistently meets your customers’ requirements.
UKAS accredited ISO 9001 certification is frequently a condition of being a supplier to large companies, Local Government departments or Government funded bodies (e.g. NHS, MOD).
The emphasis of ISO 9001:2015 is on maintaining well defined operating processes and striving to continually improve what you do – to the benefit of your customers, your staff and your organisation. It does not require you to change any of your operating processes but simply ensure that they are consistent and controlled.
A good Quality Management System is built around the business and not around the standard. It should be easy to maintain and set up so you can focus on your business needs and not on ISO 9001.
The ISO 9001 process provides a robust framework for improving every organisation’s quality system by adopting eight quality management principles:
- Customer focus
- Involvement of people
- Documented processes
- Integrated systems
- Continuous improvement
- A factual approach to decision making
- Mutually beneficial supplier relationships
ISO 14001 is the international standard that specifies requirements for an effective environmental management system (EMS). It provides a framework that an organization can follow, rather than establishing environmental performance requirements.
Part of the ISO 14000 family of standards on environmental management, ISO 14001 is a voluntary standard that organizations can certify to. Integrating it with other management systems standards, most commonly ISO 9001, can further assist in accomplishing organizational goals.
The International Organization of Standardization (ISO) defines an environmental management system as “part of the management system used to manage environmental aspects, fulfil compliance obligations, and address risks and opportunities.” The framework in the ISO 14001 standard can be used within a plan-do-check-act (PDCA) approach to continuous improvement.
- Context of the organization
- Performance evaluation