What does ISO Certification entail?

The International Organization for Standardization, a non-governmental, non-profit organization with 164 member nations. It primarily focuses on developing international standards that are based on common ground. Approximately 20,000 standards have been established, spanning everything from manufactured goods and technology to agriculture, food safety, and healthcare. ISO certification ensures that a production process, management system, documentation method, or service meets all quality assurance and standardization requirements.

Parameters to consider while selecting ISO Consultants:

Knowledge and Expertise That Can Be Used:

  • Consider their knowledge of the fundamentals of ISO Standard consultation, clear prerequisites, and common blunders when choosing an adviser to use a standard in your organization.
  • Consider the specialist’s track record and reputation and the number of customer testimonials and current clientele.


In the ISO industry, being results-oriented is crucial. ISO experts will plot a usage course of events, including procedure improvements, available dates for internal reviews, prescribe essential preparation, and other significant KPI’s (key execution pointers), all within the timetables and budgets discussed, to ensure that the organization receives certification.

Upgrades to procedures and execution choices are made with care and intention to make the best use of time and resources.

Customer Reference:

  • Achievement rates, previous commitments, client satisfaction, various industry experience, customer testimonials, and contextual investigations will all aid in determining their legitimacy.
  • Obtain fair, trustworthy, and authentic client references as they may help you choose the right partner to begin the ISO Certification process.
  • Customer references, a search for associations in relevant industries or specialties to own that have successfully obtained an ISO endorsement, and an analysis of the success rates will all be beneficial.

IIA has created t

he Anti-Bribery Risk Assessment Malaysia to outline the Institute’s expectations for internal and external parties working for and on behalf of the Institute in preserving the Institute’s zero-tolerance attitude against bribery and corruption.

The Board of Governors of IIA Malaysia has adopted this Policy, which may be revised from time to time. In a discrepancy between this Policy and relevant laws, the law will take precedence.

This Framework consists of essential policies and procedures that address the Institute’s corruption risks. When combined with the Institute’s general internal controls, they are intended to minimize its corruption risks. Due to the inherent limits in any internal control system, the Framework may not eliminate all risks of bribery or corruption. Furthermore, it is impracticable for the Framework to include every possible method of bribery and corruption. As a result, users of this Framework are required to use caution and good judgment in all bribery or potential bribery situations while adhering to the spirit and values.

Personnel from the Institute should ask or seek guidance from the Institute’s Executive Director if they have any doubts.

This Framework, as well as the policies and processes it refers to, will be evaluated when:

  • There is a major change that occurs or conditions in which the Institute operates; 
  • or there is a change in the legislation or situation in which the Institute does business.
  • The present Framework is deemed insufficient.
  • In any case, this Framework and the policies and processes must be reviewed at least every three years.

When executing the Institute’s anti-bribery and corruption policies, Governors, representatives of all Committees, the Secretariat, suppliers, network operators, and business associates may face difficult situations. The Academy expects its Governors, participants of all Committees, Secretariat, distributors, service providers, and professional colleagues to complete tasks professional way, with integrity, and in conformance with the Institute’s anti-bribery and bribery measures at all times, regardless of how difficult the situation may be.