The ISO9000 family of standards is a scientific summary of the practical experience of quality management in many economically developed countries in the world, and provides organizations with scientific methods and means of quality management and quality assurance. Since its release in 1987, the ISO9000 series of standards have undergone successive revisions in the 1994, 2000, and 2008 editions, until the current ISO9001:2015 series of standards.
The ISO9001 standard puts forward specific requirements for the organization's quality management system. Through target management, it advocates a process method that emphasizes demand, value-added, process performance and effectiveness, and continuous improvement. The new version of the ISO9001 standard is more versatile and is applicable to organizations of various types, sizes and offering different products and services.
Adopting a quality management system is a strategic decision of the organization, which can help it improve its internal management level and overall performance, and prove that the organization has the ability to provide products and services that not only meet customer requirements but also meet the requirements of applicable laws and regulations, and promote the sustainable development of the organization Lay a good foundation.
Through the quality management system certification provided by CQC, while proving that the organization has operated an effective quality management system, it can also obtain the following benefits:
a) The ability to stably provide products and services that meet customer requirements and applicable laws and regulations;
b) Facilitate opportunities to enhance customer satisfaction;
c) Deal with risks and opportunities related to its environment and goals;
d) Demonstrate the ability to meet the requirements of the specified quality management system.