ISO 9001

Ensure consistent quality of processes, products and services with ISO 9001 certification

Reliable quality management based on ISO 9001 ensures high quality processes, products and services - regardless of the size, industry and orientation of your organization. ISO 9001 is regarded as a universal talent and at the same time as the mother of all quality standards.
  • Documented proof of quality that offers you a valuable competitive advantage
  • Significant increase of productivity and minimization of risks
  • Improved employee motivation
  • Cost savings and increased customer satisfaction
The current ISO 9001 has a superordinate structure called "High Level Structure" (HLS) and is therefore even more compatible with other ISO standards for management systems (such as ISO 50001, ISO 45001, ISO 14001). In addition, ISO 9001 is characterized by more economical, market-oriented, sustainable, and user-friendly operational processes.
One of the central features of the new ISO 9001 is its risk-based approach, which identifies opportunities and risks, derives appropriate measures and evaluates their effectiveness. This ensures that the quality management system and the accompanying processes in your organization achieve the desired results.

A few steps to ISO 9001 certification:

1. Information and preliminary audit (optional): Information meeting (by telephone or in person), on-site project discussion and preparation for certification including document review
2. On-site certification: Readiness analysis with assessment and review of the management system description, review of documented processes and optional post-audit (review of corrective actions)
3. Audit report and evaluation: Documentation of the audit and evaluation of the management system
4. Certificate and seal: After successful completion, you will receive your certificate and the DEKRA test seal (with a maximum term of three years)
5. First surveillance audit: A surveillance audit of the practical implementation is conducted every twelve months
6. Second surveillance audit: Repeated auditing of the practical implementation of the management system
7. Recertification: Three years after initial certification, steps 2 to 6 are repeated for the recertification audit