Certification to ISO 9001 Quality Management System

ISO 9001 certification gets your quality management systems recognised globally. Demonstrate your compliance and commitment to industry-respected practices; stay competitive; and open up new business opportunities.  


How to get certified to ISO 9001

We make the certification process simple. After we have received your application we appoint a client manager who will guide you and your business through the following steps.

  1. Gap analysis - 
    This is an optional pre-assessment service where we take a closer look at your existing quality management systems and compare it with the requirements of the ISO 9001 standard. This helps identify areas that need more work before we carry out a formal assessment, saving you time and money.  

  2. Formal assessment - 
    This happens in two stages. First we review your organisation’s preparedness for assessment by checking if the necessary ISO 9001 certification procedures and controls have been developed. We will share the details of our findings with you so that if we find gaps, you can close them. If all the requirements are in place, we will then assess the implementation of the procedures and controls within your organisation to make sure that they are working effectively as required for the ISO 9001 certification.

  3. Certification and beyond - 
    When you have passed the formal assessment you will receive an ISO 9001 certificate, which is valid for three years. Your client manager will stay in touch during this time, paying you regular visits to make sure your system doesn’t just remain compliant, but that it continually improves.




Training with us and certify to ISO 9001

We use accelerated learning techniques to make sure you fully understand the ISO 9001 standard. And we put your learning into context with a blend of classroom teaching, workshops and interactive sessions.


Why BSI?

The food industry impacts every person on the planet. Though what the world's population may eat may differ depending on the geography, wealth, age, gender and availability of goods, no other sector plays such a vital role in all of our day-today lives and culture. Economically, food represents 10% of global GDP (valued at US$48 trillion by the World Bank).

But the food sector also faces significant challenges. Each year, food-borne illness makes one in ten people ill and is the cause of death for millions around the world. Population growth projections and an increasing middle class suggest that the demand for food will increase 70% by 2050. And, consumers are increasingly conscious about what goes into their food, how it's made, its impact on ecosystems and where it comes from.

BSI believes the world deserves food that is safe, sustainable and socially responsible. We support the food sector by developing and publishing standards of best practice, supply chain solutions as well as training and certification to not only the most popular food safety standards, but other business improvement standards that work together to make organizations more resilient.

Working in 172 countries, we pride ourselves on the expertise, integrity and professionalism of our people. Our mission is to help our 80,000 clients, ranging from high-profile global brands to small local companies, survive and prosper in today's world.

BSI believes the world deserves food that is safe, sustainable and socially responsible. We support the food sector by developing and publishing standards of best practice, supply chain solutions as well as training and certification to not only the most popular food safety standards, but other business improvement standards that work together to make organizations more resilient.

Working in 172 countries, we pride ourselves on the expertise, integrity and professionalism of our people. Our mission is to help our 80,000 clients, ranging from high-profile global brands to small local companies, survive and prosper in today's world.