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What is ISO?
ISO is an abbreviation of the International Organization for Standardization, headquartered in Geneva. This organization organizes international standards called ISO.

What is accreditation or certification?
Accreditation is the approval of the certification body for the issuance of certificates to different standards. Each country has its own accredited accreditation body. These institutions provide accreditation to certification bodies such as the YBM. Accreditation is achieved by having the designated controls and systems in place. These requirements are also defined by international standards (ISO 17021 for system certification). Once accredited, certification bodies may submit accredited certification such as ISO 9001 to any organization that has undergone successful auditing.

How does the accredited certificate affect accreditation?
It adds value and reliability to the certification. It is the only kind of accredited certification that is generally accepted for new business deals.

How does accreditation work internationally?
Thanks to the International Accreditation Forum (IAF), accreditations are mutually recognized by member countries. Accreditations are widely accepted among the first countries to regulate, there is no official difference between accreditations at present for smooth acceptance in international markets. You can find the list of accreditation bodies for each country at www.iaf.nu.

Can a company switch between certification bodies?
Yes, It can. This is often the case if the organization is not satisfied with the service provided by the certification. The company may change its certification by applying to another certification body.


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ISO 9001 Quality Management System
It specifies minimum requirements for an effective quality management system. The conditions are universal, the scale can be applied to every sector, regardless of the size. It tells what to do and how to do it.

ISO 14001 Environmental Management System
It is a standard created to reduce the loss of damage to the environment. It is not a product standard. It deals with what is produced, not how it is produced.

ISO 27001 Information Security Management System
It is a management system that includes people, processes and information systems in the provision of corporate information security and is supported by senior management. It is designed to provide adequate and proportionate security controls that protect information assets and reassure interested parties.

ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System
It removes the weakest rings in the food chain from the center to reduce the most dangerous food hazards and ensures the integrity of the food chain. The aim of the standard is to ensure food safety and safety.

ISO 13485 Quality Management System for Medical Device Manufacturers
It is a very important guide for sterilization and hygiene, as products can show health, safety - safety features and have minimum requirements. Special requirements apply for sterile medical devices. It is also a guideline for the identification of risk groups of medical devices.

OHSAS 18001 Occupational Health and Safety Management System
It aims to take preliminary detection and measures of potential hazards that may result in harm. In general, it is in line with the fulfillment of the legislative obligations.

ISO 22301 Business Continuity Management System
While the organization has only set up a disaster for contingency plans, the work within the business continuity management system is made for every situation that would prevent the activities from being carried out properly, except in cases of disaster.

ISO 20000-1 Information Technology Service Management System It specifies the conditions for the service organization to plan, implement, operate, monitor, examine, maintain and develop a Service Management System.

ISO 10002 Customer Satisfaction Management
It is a management approach that enables more profitable and long-term relationships with the company's potential customers and improves those relationships.

ISO 50001 Energy Management System
Establishes the processes and systems necessary to improve energy efficiency and ensures the implementation and sustainability of these processes and systems. The standard covers all types of energy.

ISO 31000 Risk Management System
Establishes an understanding of risk management in organizations and describes how to conduct risk analysis and evaluation and how to conduct risk impact analysis in relation to its activities. It may be established in a certain unit of the establishment or in an organization in a region.