Management Systems Certification

ISO 17021 Accredited Overview


Certification of Management Systems Directory Services:

Auditing is defined as a systematic and independent examination of data, statements, records, operations and performances of an enterprise for a stated purpose.

We perceive and identify the propositions before the examination, collect evidence, evaluate them on a standard matrix, and, eventually, formulate their judgment, which is communicated through the Audit Report to the Customer.

Our inspectors evaluate the Management Systems of enterprises and organizations, in accordance with Privet / Brand, National or Internationally recognized Standards or based on specific Customers’ requirements/conformity criteria.

IAF Accredited Certification Services

An accredited management system certification helps Customers to assure that they achieve maximum benefit and value, out of the service they pay for. By collaborating with an Independent International Organization for Certification with officially recognized, accreditations, worldwide, being integrally approved by International Accreditation Forum (IAF), customers, partners and stakeholders highly benefit from a solid, robust and controlled system of credibility. Once certified, a company’s management systems benefit from risk mitigation and improved operational efficiency, which leads to better performance, less waste, lower costs, and ultimately, greater profitability.

Integrated Management Systems

A modern, innovative and integrated, Certificate is introduced to the global market by ICS under the name


The COMPLETE SYSTEM  is a unified Certificate, including and replacing all individual certifications (ISO 9001 / 14001 / 27001/ 45001 etc.) improving the efficiency of multiple management systems’ operation.

In number theory, a perfect number is a positive integer that is equal to the sum of its proper positive divisors, that is, the sum of its positive divisors excluding the number itself. This definition is ancient, appearing as early as Euclid’s Elements where it is called ‘perfect’, ‘ideal’, or ‘COMPLETE number’.

ICS develops the COMPLETE SYSTEM, using the existing ISO guide for applying management system standards, presenting to the International business community, an innovative integrating approach.

The 4 phases of the PDCA circle

  • Plan: The overall responsibility for the applied management system must be assigned to the top management. A quality officer and a quality team should be appointed. Furthermore, the organization has to formulate the quality policy in a written statement which describes the intentions and direction of the Management policies as well as its Commitment to Quality. The Quality Policy must be communicated within the organization. The quality team is the connection between the management and employees. In this phase, the organization has to identify the significant processes and prioritize the opportunities for the enhancement of customers’ satisfaction and for the continuous improvement of its operations’ performance.
  • Do:The stated objectives and processes are now introduced and implemented. Resources are made available and responsibilities determined. Make sure that employees and other participants are aware of and capable of carrying out their quality management responsibilities. The realization of the quality management system begins.
  • Check: A quality management system requires a process for compliance and valuation of legal-related regulations. Internal audits can help to verify that the management system operates properly and generates the planned results. The processes are monitored with regards to legal, products’ and services’ specifications or other requirements (customer requirements, internal policies) as well as to the objectives of the quality management of the organization. The results are documented and reported to the top management.
  • Act: Top management prepares a written evaluation summary based on the internal audit reports. This document is called management review. The results will be evaluated on their performance level. If necessary, corrective or preventive actions can be initiated. Operations-related processes are optimized and new strategic goals are derived and being set.
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