Asgard Steel Storage - ISO Standards
ISO Standards are a series of quality management systems that have been created to help organizations ensure that they meet the needs of their stakeholders, such as customers, shareholders, personnel, etc., while at the same time complying with statutory and regulatory requirements with very specific rules on documentation and record-keeping. ISO requires that the same things be done the same way all the time.
ISO is methodical and rigorous. It requires a company to take its production process and break it down into key steps.
Each process is analysed to determine what the quality standards should be. The company then decides how it will measure each process to determine if it meets the quality standard they defined.
The approach to achieving that quality is documented (in the form of business processes commonly referred to as standard operating procedures).
Some of these processes include Employee training, documentation, management buy-in, tool calibrations and records, document control, input material quality verification, and plans for handling non-conforming products.
The company performs internal audits and is subjected to external audits to ensure that the processes are being followed and that the product is consistently like the last one and the next one.
What is the difference between the different quality standards?
ISO 9001 covers the quality of our product.
ISO 14001 covers our environmental requirements.
ISO 18001 covers how we manage our health and safety requirements.
Asgard Secure Steel Storage sheds, garages & outside metal storage is accredited by the British Assessment Bureau to the standards of ISO 9001, ISO 14001 & ISO 18001. Click the links below to find out more information.