Founding ISO was born from the union of two organizations - the ISA (International Federation of the National Standardizing Associations), established in New York in 1926, and the UNSCC (United Nations Standards Coordinating Committee), established in 1944.
In October 1946, delegates from 25 countries, meeting at the Institute of Civil Engineers in London, decided to create a new international organization, of which the object would be "to facilitate the international coordination and unification of industrial standards". The new organization, ISO, officially began operations on 23 February 1947.
ELEMENTS changes after implementing ISO to the company
• Management Responsibility • Quality System • Design Control • Document and Data Control • Purchasing • Control of Customer Supplied Products • Process Control • Inspection and Testing Control of Inspection, Measuring, and Test Equipment • Inspection and Test Status • Control of Nonconforming Products • Corrective and Preventive Action • Handling, Storage, Packaging, and Delivery • Control of Quality Records • Internal Quality Audits • Training • Servicing • Updated to all new technologies
ADVANTAGES OF ISO • Increased marketability, nearly all observers agree that ISO registration provides businesses with markedly heightened credibility with current and prospective clients alike. Basically,