IIQA works in close co-ordination with Moody Inspection and Assurance Ltd, to provide certifications against ISO 9001 (Quality Management System), ISO 14001 (Environmental Management System), BS OHSAS 18001 (Occupational Health & Safety), ISO 22000 & FSSC 22000 (Food Safety), ISO 27001 (Information Security Management), etc. ISO 9001:2015 specifies requirements for a quality management system where an organization need to demonstrate its ability to consistently provide product that meets customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements. It defines good management system practices and aims at providing a global standard that spells out quality and trust.

The standard is designed to address the delicate balance between maintaining profitability and reducing environmental impact with the commitment of the entire organization. ISO 14001 specifies the most important requirements to identify, control and monitor the environmental aspects of any organization, and also how to manage and improve the whole system.

We provide certification support on:
ISO 9001 — Quality Management System
ISO 14001 — Environmental Management System
ISO 21001 — Educational Organisation Management System (EOMS)
ISO/FSSC 22000 – Food Safety Management
ISO 27001 – Information Security Management
ISO/OSHAS 45000 — Operational Health and Safety
SA 8000 – Social Accountability
ISO 17025 — Testing and Calibration of Laboratories
ISO 15189 – Laboratory Quality Management
IMS – Integrated Management System
TQM – Total Quality Management

Certification Process

IIQA has been established with an aim of providing certification and training against various ISO standards. ISO Certification process follows different steps such as; choosing the type of ISO Certification (standard) & an ISO Certification Body, Registration for Certification, Initial Assessment

Stage 1: to assess the established management system’s documentation & preparedness for stage 2 and

Stage 2: to determine whether the established management system complies with the relevant standard. Additional visits (follow up audit) might be required to confirm compliance if the organization fails to demonstrate that the established system complies with the requirements of relevant standard during the Initial Assessment. During the certification cycle of three years, continuing assessments (surveillance audits) on yearly basis needs to be conducted to ascertain the compliance of established management system to the relevant standard and in certain circumstances during continuing assessments such as non-compliance with the relevant standard, it may be necessary to make special visits (follow up audits).

Expertise & Competency
Trainers and Auditors associated with IIQA  are well qualified, trained and experienced to carry out integrated assessments with minimal disruption of work at the client’s place. IRCA certified IIQA experts are easily accessible to help you in improving the quality management system in your organization. Working with IIQA has following benefits to your organization:

  • IIQA helps you in assuring compliance against national and international standards
  • It shows you the way of achieving excellence on the organization’s performance
  • IIQA’s professional and experienced experts provide you assistance for improved management system.

The essential steps to becoming an ISO-certified business are as follows.

  1. Develop your management system. Identify your core or business processes. …
  2. Implement your system. Ensure procedures are being performed as they are described in your documentation.
  3. Verify that your system is effective.
  4. Register your system.

Certification of Academic Institutes

IIQA has strong competency on improving the quality of academic institutes such as schools, colleges, training centres etc. It provides training on various themes of quality management appropriate to the academic institutes and also supports such organization on getting ISO certification. IIQA helps them to get ISO 21001 certification which specifies requirements for a management system for educational organizations (EOMS). All requirements of ISO 21001:2018 are generic and intended to be applicable to any organization that uses a curriculum to support the development of competence through teaching, learning or research, regardless of the type, size or method of delivery.

Strategic planning

IIQA is a leader in designing strategic plan for your organisaiton. It is a procedure for developing a long-term and policy-oriented scheme that ties together the present to a clarified image of the future. It includes an assessment of the organisation’s performance and accomplishments using a multi-year outlook. It also provides a solid basis for priority-based resource allocations and decisions using a decision-making process that relies on careful consideration of an agency’s capabilities and environment.

Strategic plan involves fundamental choice about the future of the organization i.e. choice about mission, goals, programs, services or product that will offer to accomplish this mission, utilizing resources etc. It is bottom up approach and is a participatory method.