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Q.1: What will be the time taken for Certification?
A: There is no fixed time, during the Certification Process, EQFS evaluates and decides the time taken for Certification and communicates to the clients as per IAF guidelines.
Q.2: What is the Certification Process?
A: Refer to Certification Process Tab of this website.
Q.3: What is ISO 9001?
A: Refer to Product and Service tab of this website.
Q. 4: What is the bottom Line on ISO?
A: ISO's work makes a positive difference to the world we live in. ISO standards add value to all types of business operations. They contribute to making the development, manufacturing and supply of products and services more efficient, safer and cleaner. They make trade between countries easier and fairer. ISO standards also serve to safeguard consumers and users of products and services in general - as well as making their lives simpler.
Q. 5: What can I expect to find in an ISO standard?
A: An ISO standard is a documented agreement containing technical specifications or other precise criteria to be used consistently as rules, guidelines, or definitions of characteristics to ensure that materials, products, processes and services are fit for their purpose. It is a living agreement that can have a profound influence on things that deserve to be taken seriously - such as the safety, reliability and efficiency of machinery and tools, means of transport, toys, medical devices, and so on.
Q. 6: What does "conformity assessment" mean?
A: At its simplest, "conformity assessment" means checking that products, materials, services, systems or people measure up to the specifications of a relevant standard. For example, a customer may want to check that the product he or she ordered from a supplier meets the purpose for which it is required. One of the most efficient ways to do this is when the specifications of the product have been defined in an International Standard. That way, both supplier and customer are on the same wavelength, even if they are based in different countries, because they are both using the same references.