- This article lists a non-exhaustive list of ISO type Certificates
Points of verification
- Title (This must match the required document. (Example: "ISO 9001: 2015))
- Name and address of the company
- List of areas of activity/perimeters
- Certificate number
- Start and end date of validity (valid for 3 years)
- Stamp and/or signature of the certifier (It must be signed by a qualified body (AFNOR, BUREAU VERITAS, APAVE, etc.)
- Date of issue of the certificate
- ISO 9001 certification
The ISO 9001 standard defines the criteria and organisational requirements for setting up a quality management system. The ISO 9001 standard provides a framework for organisations and companies to consistently deliver products and services that meet the expectations of their customers or users.
ISO 12647 certification
The ISO 12647 standards, entitled "Graphic technology - Process control for halftone colour separation, proofing and professional printing "* bring together the specifications required for professional printing of quality work according to the ISO technical committee on graphic technology (ISO/CT 130).
ISO 12647 is currently structured in eight parts.
ISO 12647-1 is devoted to measurement methods and tools for checking compliance with the specifications of the following sections.
The standards numbered 12647-2 to 12647-8 concern the various professional printing processes:
- ISO 12647-2: Offset (sheet-fed and web offset with heatset) ;
- ISO 12647-3: offset (web press without heatset);
- ISO 12647-4: Rotogravure ;
- ISO 12647-5: Screen printing;
- ISO 12647-6: Flexography;
- ISO 12647-7: Soft proofing;
- ISO 12647-8: investment layout printing
ISO 14001 certification
The ISO 14001 standard defines the criteria for an environmental management system and is suitable for certification. It provides a framework that companies or organisations can use to implement an effective environmental management system.
- ISO 19443 certification
ISO 19443 certification is intended for suppliers or subcontractors whose products or services have an impact on the safety of electricity or fuel production facilities. It is based on ISO 9001 and integrates the specific requirements of the nuclear sector.
ISO 20400 certification
ISO 20400 is a voluntary standard that provides guidelines for integrating social responsibility into their purchasing process. It encourages buyers to ask the right questions about the risks of not buying sustainably or ethically, knowing that their choices affect energy consumption or the quality of life of the workers who make the supplies they buy. Buying locally, for example, reduces greenhouse gas emissions from transport.
ISO 22000 certification
ISO 22000 is the only voluntary international standard for food safety management. It demonstrates an ability to identify and control food safety hazards and to consistently deliver safe, finished products.
ISO 27001 certification
ISO 27001 defines a methodology for identifying cyber threats, controlling the risks associated with your organisation's critical information, and implementing appropriate safeguards to ensure the confidentiality, availability and integrity of information.
ISO 37001 Certification
The ISO 37001 Anti-bribery standard is designed to help organisations fight corruption and promote an ethical business culture. It is designed to prevent, detect and deal with acts of corruption by your employees or business partners.
ISO 45001 certification
ISO 45001 is a new standard published in March 2018 for occupational health and safety management. Every organisation has a duty to ensure the health and safety of the people employed.
The ISO 45001 standard is common to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certification, framing the principles of the international labour organisation.
This standard will replace OHSAS 18001 by 2021.
ISO 50001 certification
ISO 50001 is an energy management model for all organisations, large and small, public and private. The model aims to guide organisations to reduce their energy consumption and costs while contributing to the reduction of their environmental footprint.
OHSAS 18001 certification
OHSAS 18001 certification enables any organisation to establish a globally recognised health and safety management system.
SA 8000 certification
SA 8000 certification addresses issues such as forced and child labour, occupational health and safety, freedom of association and collective bargaining, discrimination, disciplinary practices, working hours, compensation and management systems.
- EN 9100 Certification
EN 9100 - or EN9110 - or EN9120 certifications are European standards attesting to a quality assurance system in the Aerospace, Defence and Space sector. They have international equivalents with AS 9100 for America and JISQ 9100 for Asia.
- EMAS certification
The EMAS standard, Environmental Management and Audit Scheme, is a European regulation that allows all companies, communities or organisations to evaluate, improve and publish their environmental performance.
Created by the European Union, this environmental policy tool was designed to respond to a voluntary approach to involvement in sustainable development for all European and non-European economic actors. It is a tool for the continuous improvement of environmental performance.
- CEFRI certification
The CEFRI standard recognises, through the "OCR" type certificates that it issues, the ability of the Organisation to meet the requirements defined in the order of 18 December 2019 relating to the training methods for the competent person in radiation protection and the certification of Training Organisations and Competent Organisations in Radiation Protection.