About ISO9001 Certification
Today there are more than a million organizations worldwide that have adopted the principles and achieved certification to the requirements of ISO 9001, Quality Management System. ISO 9001 in Australia is administrated by Standards Australia, the peak national non-government standards body.
Our aviation-centred ISO 9001 accreditation provides aviation and aerospace organisations with a comprehensive process-focused framework upon which they can build business processes that lead to the successful achievement of organisational objectives. Organisations that implement an effective business management system create a confidence among their stakeholders in the capability of their processes, and the reliability of their products and or services. At the same time, they themselves benefit from improved risk management. In addition, an effective business management system serves to create the basis for continual improvement, leading to increased customer satisfaction and ultimately to the success of the organisation.
Aviation ISO certification is based upon the following principles
- Customer Focus
- Involvement of People
- Process Approach
- System Approach to Management
- Continual Improvement
- Factual Approach to Decision Making and
- Mutually Beneficial Supplier Relationship
As a basis for a set of operating standards they are valued and applied by successful organisations all over the world in all fields of industry and commerce. These principles form the very foundation upon which ISO has built the international standard for quality in aviation. The ISO 9001:2008 is now being used by many regulatory bodies as a way to improve standards.
For a more detailed introduction to aviation ISO certification and ISO 9001 certificates in general, and to greater understand its benefits, see the Southpac Aerospace online course An Introduction to Quality Management Systems and ISO 9001.