Quality Management System (QMS)

Quality Management System (QMS)

Quality management system (QMS) standards not meant to provide specific quality indicators not even describes the ways to achieve them basically it defines & establishes a structured quality policy, procedures & Objectives of an organization. They provide the general principles of quality & generic frameworks of management that can be easily applied to any organization irrespective of its nature & size.

Quality Management System standard is generic in nature & determines the success & failure of the company. It is applicable to all type of Industry Whether manufacturing or service. It is not a product certification but related with the Management system of the Company.

Successful companies are those driven by quality – From the way they operate, to the customer services standards they set and the products they deliver. Focusing on quality equipped the organization better to win the new opportunities in an gradually increasing competitive International market.

Accreditation Scope

USAS provides the accreditation to deliver the ISO 9001:2015 certificate in conformity of the

  • ISO 17021-1:2015 - Conformity assessment —Requirements for bodies providing audit and
  • certification of management systems

Benefits Of USAS Accreditation

Accreditation by a recognized and respected board such as USAS provides independent verification that certification bodies are competent enough & comply with industry and/or international standards.

USAS assesses and accredits management systems of certification bodies that demonstrate competence to audit and certify organizations and conform with the international standard for certification bodies.

USAS accreditation provides a significant advantage to the organization, who strives to meet the regulatory requirements of international standards to improve their business process & delivery of services for the customer satisfaction.

With the help of USAS accreditation certification bodies are able to fosters confidence and acceptance of the certification body’s certifications by end users in the public and private sectors.