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Why go for ISO Trainings?

We help you develop the skills of your team and help them achieve their potential, improving productivity and performance, through our highly practical and relevant courses.

Our range of training courses have been developed to help ensure your team can develop essential skills and methodology to plan and implement effective management system processes for the benefit of your business.

Our training will focus your team on specific business challenges while providing them with skills and knowledge required to run your operations more efficiently and achieve business goals more effectively.

We can help you with all of your Management System needs, including implementing your ISO Management system, right through to helping you conduct your audits and review meetings.

All of our training courses are delivered by experienced consultants, knowledgeable in a wide range of Standards and experienced in a range of Industry sectors. By employing a range of different training practices, our courses cater for a range of learning styles which ensures your team remain engaged throughout.Following each course, attendees will be issued with a certificate of attendance.

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ISO 9001 (Quality Management System)

ISO 9001 focuses on quality through the development of an effective Quality Management System that is very much focused on good internal and customer communication, and that has good recordable processes that can deliver a high-quality product or service. This applies to any size of business in any industry and to all areas of the business from the development of a product (or service) to final delivery.

ISO 9001 - Quality Management System

ISO 9001 is by far the most popular of the ISO standards and the most frequently requested by customers. It is the only ISO standard which can be applicable to any organization. It is also a strong basis for the needs of other standards under the new format of ISO standards updates.

Listed below are some of the benefits of this standard:
• Internationally recognised standard
• Improve your business through improved working practices
• Demonstrate that you listen to your customers
• Better documentation
• Strong leadership
• Involving and motivating employees
• Continuous improvement

The five key elements are as follows:-
• QM (Quality Management System) sets out the necessary processes to ensure that through strong leadership and involvement of employees in the process that the goods or services are of continuing high quality and that there is improved customer focus
• Management Responsibility sets out the responsibility of management to ensure that a QM is put in place with Quality policy and Quality objectives, and where employees are made aware of these. Annual reviews need also to be carried out
• Resource Management sets out the need for a company to provide sufficient resources for the implementation of a QM including infrastructure in place, work environment and human resources, with emphasis placed on appropriate training and awareness
• Product Realisation sets out the processes involved to make sure that the client's requirements are known and followed from planning through to the

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ISO 14001( Environmental Management)

ISO 14001:2015 specifies the requirements for an environmental management system that an organization can use to enhance its environmental performance. It is intended for use by an organization seeking to manage its environmental responsibilities in a systematic manner that contributes to the environmental pillar of sustainability. It helps an organization achieve the intended outcomes of its environmental management system.

ISO 14001 - Environmental Management

We are all becoming more "environmentally aware" of what we do and how we do it - so are our customers, to the extent that more and more users of our products and services question not only what we do but how we do it, and in some parts of the world suppliers cannot even get on to a tender list unless they can demonstrate their "environmentally friendly" approach. This does of course bring advantages of lower costs due to energy saving, recycling etc.

Some of the documentation required for this standard is the same as is needed for ISO 9001, with no duplication necessary, thus there is a cost saving if both standards are introduced, at the same time.

Certification of the ISO 14001 aims to decrease the waste and pollution that a company produces and aims to reduce their environmental footprint.

Benefits of ISO 14001
• Increased business opportunities by demonstrating compliance
• Less waste and energy use resulting in better environmental management
• Enables you to prepare for the changing business landscape with confidence
• Gain greater customer and stakeholder trust by meeting legal requirements
• Efficiency is improved, cutting the costs of running your business


To implement ISO 14001, you need:
• Senior management commitment and support
• Good internal communication
• Customer and supplier feedback
• Shared responsibilities, roles and timescales
• Regular reviews of ISO 14001 to ensure continual improvement
• Training and incentives to motivate personnel
• The sharing of knowledge

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ISO 45001 (Health & Safety Management)

ISO has developed a standard that will help organizations to improve employee safety, reduce workplace risks and create better, safer working conditions, all over the world.It is the employer's responsibility to ensure that the risks to Health & Safety in the work place, are properly assessed and managed, to minimise the possibility of accident or incident to employees, or others that might have access to the site. As a company's staff are their most valuable asset they will work more efficiently in a safe environment.

ISO 45001 - Health & Safety Management

The previous OHSAS 18001 has now been replaced by this new version designed to work alongside the latest versions of ISO 9001 and ISO 14001, plus other latest versions of standards being introduced.
It is the employer's responsibility to ensure that the risks to Health & Safety in the work place, are properly assessed and managed, to minimize the possibility of accident or incident to employees, or others that might have access to the site. As a company's staff are their most valuable asset they will work more efficiently in a safe environment.
This, or an equivalent standard, is needed to control the codes of practice for Health and Safety in the work place by ensuring that your procedures, policies and work practices are safe for your staff and others. Any employer that neglects these responsibilities is risking the welfare of their staff, and their business, as well as the wrath of the Health & Safety authorities. Common sense and safe practice saves lives and money, this is the message behind the standard.
On the importance scale it’s Number One. We all have to make sure our work environment is safe for both staff and visitors to our work place, and If (construction) site work is involved, you will probably not be allowed access unless you have been inducted to the site. Risk Assessments are completed to help protect your staff and other parties working on the site. You and your staff need to be safe and not put others at risk, a major reason for Risk Assessments.
Whether it be Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) or safety procedures, it’s important to always be prepared and to be aware of the safety implications of the work you’re doing. With that in mind, the ISO 45001 Health and Safety Management standard is well worth considering to ensure you deliver your objectives safely and protect your staff.
Benefits of ISO 45001
• Ensure that your organisation has the best working conditions that it can achieve
• Personnel are better motivated and engaged with a safer working environment
• A policy to identify hazards and control them
• Show both suppliers and customers that you are compliant
• A reduction in workplace illness and accidents through better, safer conditions

To implement the ISO 45001, you need:
• Senior management commitment and support
• Good internal communication
• Customer and supplier feedback
• Shared responsibilities, roles and timescales
• Regular reviews of ISO 45001 to ensure continual improvement
• Training and incentives to motivate personnel
• The sharing of knowledge

The Process for ISO Certifications will include
• Assessment
• Build & Use Management System
• Verification that Processes are followed
• Document & Analyze Non-Conformance
• Resolve Non-Compliance
• Certification Audit

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ISO 22000 (Food Safety Management)

ISO 22000 is a Food Safety Management System that can be applied to any organization in the food chain. Becoming certified to ISO 22000 allows a company to show their customers that they have a food safety management system in place.Certification of an organization’s FSMS is one of the means of providing assurance that the certified organization has implemented a system for the food safety management of its processes, activities, products and services in line with the organization’s food safety policy and the requirements of ISO 22000.

ISO 22000 - Food Safety Management
The ISMS is an international standard which helps you to recognise any risks to confidential information and implement the necessary controls to reduce or eliminate those risks. It will allow your business to grow with the confidence that all important information will remain confidential. Requirements for any organization in the food chain: • It defines what an organization must do to demonstrate its ability to control hazards related to food safety and ensure that food is safe for consumption. For Whom is ISO 22000 for? • ISO 22000 is applicable to all organizations in the food and feed industries, regardless of size or sector. • All ISO standards are reviewed and updated regularly to make sure they remain relevant to the current market. ISO 22000:2018 encompasses the latest trends and food safety requirements, and is a timely response to the rising global challenges facing the food industry. It will also help address the growing need to ensure we can trust current food security systems and that they are sustainable. • ISO 22000:2018 provides a understanding of the concept of risk, distinguishing between risk at the operational level and the strategic level of a management system. What are the benefits for the business? • ISO 22000 enables organizations to put in place a food safety management system that helps them improve their overall performance when it comes to food safety. Key potential benefits of using the standard include: • The ability to consistently provide food-related products and services that are safe and meet regulatory requirements • Improved management of risks in food safety
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ISO 27001 (Information Security Management )

ISO 27001 (formally known as ISO/IEC 27001:2005) is a specification for an information security management system (ISMS). An ISMS is a framework of policies and procedures that includes all legal, physical and technical controls involved in an organisation's information risk management processes.The ISMS is an international standard which helps you to recognise any risks to confidential information and implement the necessary controls to reduce or eliminate those risks. It will allow your business to grow with the confidence that all important information will remain confidential.

ISO 27001 - Information Security Management

The ISO/IEC 27001 Information Security Management (ISMS)is an international standard which helps you to recognise any risks to confidential information and implement the necessary controls to reduce or eliminate those risks. It will allow your business to grow with the confidence that all important information will remain confidential.

Listed below are some of the benefits of this standard:
• Increase in business as customers / suppliers recognize a credible trusted partner
• Independently demonstrates that applicable laws and regulations are observed
• Business differentiator providing competitive advantage over similar organizations
• Compliance with Legislation
• Improved Management Control

More Specific Benefits
• Proves senior management’s commitment to the security of its information Improved Risk Management.
• Contingency Planning
• A positive response from potential customers
• Ensure management commitment
• Can be integrated with Other Management systems
• Reduce the Risk of information and hence cost of Breaches
• Cost-effective and Consistent information security

To implement the ISO/IEC 27001, you need:
• Senior management commitment and support
• Good internal communication
• Customer and supplier feedback
• Shared responsibilities, roles and timescales
• Regular reviews of ISO/IEC 27001 to ensure continual improvement
• Training and incentives to motivate personnel
• The sharing of knowledge