ISO 9001:2015 is the future replacement to ISO 9001:2008 and is expected to be published in September 2015.
The International Automotive Task force (IATF) recently released ‘The Rules for Achieving and Maintaining IATF Recognition - 4th Edition.’
Dr Margaret Rooney, quality assessor at certification body, NQA, looks at the most likely and significant changes to ISO 9001.
ISO 14001 certification has helped The Environment Agency (EA) become the winner of the ‘Sustainable Business of the Year Award'.
A new revision of the information security standard ISO 27001 was published on 1st October 2013.
NQA is the first certification body to achieve UKAS accreditation for its ISO 50001 certification service.
The primary reason for updating the logos is due to a change in the UKAS accreditation marks.
Ascertiva Group, the company renowned for its NICEIC and NQA brands, has become a Times Top 100 Best Company to Work For.
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