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ISO Management Systems

ISO Management Systems are the backbone of many organisations, and these organisations often expect their supply chain partners to reciprocate with similar standards, alongside the mandatory inclusion of ISO compliance within tenders.

Do you know which Management Standards are relevant to your business now, and can enable growth and competitive edge, or are you simply reacting to the market trends?

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Do you need support to navigate the ISO solar system to ensure you are planning ahead and positioning yourself for the challenges and opportunities that the future will bring?

Vassallo Associates business advisory practice has extensive experience in ISO Management Systems, Security and Business Continuity Management. We have successfully supported over 60 clients with ISO 9001 implementations, and a further 50 clients with ISO certifications as “integrated systems” over the last twelve months.

Browse the links below to learn more about the various ISO Management Systems and how implementation will help you to:

  • Demonstrate that your business is robust and sustainable.
  • Position yourselves to seize the opportunities that will be presented as you focus on recovery and growth.
  • Ensure that your business is prepared to weather future disruptions without reducing your quality or service.

Whether you are looking for support with the implementation of a specific management standard, or have a business challenge which you don’t yet know how to address, we can help.

Contact us for a pro-bono initial consultation and benefit from our breadth of knowledge of Management System standards and associated risk domains.

We will work with you to determine the most appropriate approach and develop a programme of services which will meet your requirements.

The ISO standards can best be summarised as the process of providing a framework for doing things in an agreed way, this helps to make products and services compatible so that they fit and work well together. A good example of a standard that is known all over the World is the ubiquitous A4 sheet of paper. This sheet will, of course, fit in any A4 compatible printer or photocopier in any country. ISO standards and processes allow businesses to benefit from similar very specific and defined standards, meaning that they can be confident that their product or service will fit the requirements of a local or global customer base. ISO certification increases credibility and trust and promotes best practice which helps to encourage trade.

Learn more about ISO standards by watching this video courtesy of the International Organisation for Standardisation.