ISO 45001 

We make implementing UKAS accredited ISO standards simple.

7 steps to achieving ISO certification

Implementing UKAS accredited ISO Standards is simple, and are here to help

Just follow these straightforward steps.

Step 1 - Read the Standard
It’s what you will be audited against.
Step 2 - Build Your Team
Get support from colleagues – you can’t do it all on your own.
Step 3 - Get the Skills
Step 4 - Develop Your Management System
Do it yourself or consider using a consultant from the ISOQAR Associate Network (IAN)
Step 5 - Implement Your Management System
Make sure everyone is buying into it.
Step 6 - Check Everything
Carry out an internal audit – we can perform a pre-assessment audit for you.
Step 7 - Get Certified
Shout about your success! We give you logos to display your achievement on your website, stationery and vehicles.

How to implement ISO standards

Alcumus ISOQAR is accredited by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS), the national accreditation body for the UK. They are recognised by government. UKAS regulations say we have to remain impartial. So, we can’t help you implement your system because we will also be auditing it. It would be like marking our own homework.

But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here are the two routes you can use to implement ISO Standards:

Use an ISO consultant

There are many consultants available to help you. You can find them on our online database.

A consultant will take you from the beginning right through to certification. Consultants bring a wealth of experience and can share best practice from their work with other organisations.

Do it yourself

We will put together a package of support to help you through the complete journey.

A good starting point is to go on a foundation training course with Alcumus Academy. They deliver exceptional training whether you’re a beginner or an expert. Most of the courses are CQI IRCA accredited and are run by our own trainers.

Ready to go? Start your journey with Alcumus ISOQAR today

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