MS Implementation and Consultancy Services
A gap analysis is an objective evaluation of your organization’s current arrangements against the ISO requirements of the standard, customer, regulatory or statutory requirements and to confirm extent to which your corporate entity deviates from such requirements. An ISO Gap Analysis can be an ideal place to start when implementing a new standard in your organization.
Starting with a gap analysis can be very beneficial as it often saves time and money. The gap analysis will identify the ‘gaps’, allowing you to produce a more accurate project plan for filling those gaps and achieve ISO certification.
Develop Project Plan
Clarionttech Services develops standard checklist is used to review the management system and processes of the organization in line with specified international management system standard such as ISO 9001, ISO 45001, ISO 14001, ISO 20000, ISO 22000, ISO 27001, ISO 22301 etc.
This will facilitate audit process as a set of methods are employed by Our auditors which help to identify potential non-conformities which can be resolved ahead of external audit and which enable the organization to record clean slate and hassle free audit.
Effectively Train the Entire Organization on ISO
ISO Certification has requirements for training which includes that all employees understand how their role relates to the performance of the QMS and its relevance to them.
We will train the ISO Standard Project Manager & Team Leaders. Having your project manager trained on the ISO standard and implementation will result in a more effective and efficient system and implementation process.
Clarionttech will Train All Employees to meet the requirements of the standard. Since anxiety is caused by not knowing what is going on. They need an awareness of.
We provide special training for Internal Auditors since they will need an understanding of the ISO Standard and on the ISO Standard Internal Auditing.
Our experienced Consultants will develop will review the applicable clause with your team and to identify the processes that will make up the Management System and outline these processes to show how they interrelate. We will Start by outlining broad categories or by listing your departments. For example: Purchasing, Receiving, Production Control, Sales and Marketing, Customer Service, Production (or Service), Quality Control, Shipping showing how these processes relate to each other, by use of a flow chart or diagram Which management in those departments add the detail. We will want to include all the relevant standard processes, and all production, service and administrative processes that are essential to the operation of your organization. The diagram or flowchart will be included in your Quality Manual.