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Additional ISO Certifications We Offer in College Station, Texas (TX)

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What does it take to own a company? More than just investing the money in it since you have to deal with several standard implementations such as ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and more, and this goes for almost every organization in College Station, Texas.  Since there are many regulations and law requirements to meet, companies need to worry about meeting all of them to either continue operating or be able to offer the best for their clients. 

Thus, if you are thinking about where you should start and what does your organization in College Station needs, you must start by thinking about the different ISOs that need implementation.  Implementing ISOs and getting certified will take time for each company due to how long it takes to handle the process and ensure you have met every requirement.

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Fortunately, our team at IQC The ISO Pros can help you with the entire process of dealing with your standard.  From planning to implementation and certification, we are capable and experienced in the entire area of assisting companies to finally get certified and obtain the benefits from the ISO. 

Now, in what ISOs can we help you? We have a large list of standards available in College Station but also, throughout the state of Texas. Also, we’re confident and proud of our audit services in which we perform the entire process to determine compliance or different aspects depending on the auditing you need. Therefore, count on us for different needs, starting with ISO implementation, training, and advice, but also performing audits and even getting you certified in the general ISO for it. 

Audits for your company or third-parties

Since audits aren’t only for your company but also suppliers and third-parties, we can help you with any of them. Our group of experts has learned about what it takes to determine if a company meets standards but also if it is what you’ve been looking for as a possible customer. With that said, let’s start with what we can do for you: getting ISO 19011. 

Audit Management Systems ISO 19011 is the general standard that sets guidelines and requirements to establish the process and determine how audits need to be performed. Later on, everything aims for improvement in the conduction of each audit. If you are a company or organization interested in being in the industry, you must get ISO 19011 certified. On the other hand, we have already gotten certified and are able to perform any of the audits below: 

  • Outsourced Internal Auditing. 

Consists in an internal audit performed by a third-party to find any irregularities that were missed during the company’s internal auditing process by its own personal and workers. 

  • Virtual Internal Audits. 

Instead of face-to-face meetings and paperwork, the internal audit is performed online and virtually without having to assist in a specific space or place. 

  • Documentation Audit/Desk Audit. 

Evaluates all the information of an employee to determine if he or she is getting paid properly for the work that is getting done in the company or organization. If not, better retribution is necessary. 

  • Pre-assessment Audits. 

Performed before an official audit to determine if the company or business meets all the requirements in the standard to be able to get certified. 

  • Compliance Audits. 

It’s an independent audit in a company to determine if it has met every mandatory regulation and legal one for it to be able to operate and continue growing as a business. 

  • Supplier Evaluations. 

A supplier’s information and data are evaluated to determine if it is competent and efficient and has the potential for being a good option to the customer. 

  • Supplier Audits

Determines if the supplier meets mandatory and regulatory requirements for its quality management system and if it has implemented any voluntary standard for it. 

  • Second Party Audits. 

Requested by a customer to determine if the supplier meets all the regulatory and mandatory standards and can guarantee customer satisfaction through its services or products. 

Access over 20 different ISO certifications 

When it comes to ISOs you need your certification on, the list is quite different depending on the type and size of your company. Also, in what system or area you want to focus on when implementing it. There are a few general standards that need to be implemented or you can choose to add them to your certifications. With that said, feel free to contact us for any of these ISO certifications: 

  • Quality ISO 9001. 

Focused on the quality management system of a company to establish, maintain, and improve it to guarantee customer satisfaction. 

  • Automotive IATF 16949. 

A quality standard but aimed for the automotive industry and companies that are part of it to ensure components, parts, and equipment are manufacturer properly and can meet customers’ needs. 

  • Anti-Bribery SIO 37001.

Provides guidelines to prevent risks, threats, and leaks by establishing an anti-bribery management system in the company but also gives more norms to address the previous hazards.  

  • Body Armor BA 9000. 

Although it is a voluntary standard, body armor manufacturers can implement it to improve the quality of their equipment and armors to satisfy their customers even more. 

  • Automotive Core Tools (APQP, AQP, PPAP, FMEA, SPC, MSA, R&M).

Aimed for the automotive supply chain to help improve processes and the communication between customers and suppliers to speed up the chain and guarantee everyone is satisfied. 

  • Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Levels 1-5. 

Allows organizations of any type and size to establish systems, set goals, and work around what they are capable of at the moment based on their capability and maturity levels. 

  • Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC). 

A very recent standard established by the U.S. Department of Defense to ensure companies in the DIB has a certain level of cybersecurity by establishing this system and guarantee all information and data will be safe. 

  • Asset Management ISO 55001. 

Allows companies to have control over their lifecycle of assets and, as a result, over each process and reduce risks while bringing more efficiency and effectiveness to the company making it more competitive and boost its growth. 

  • Counterfeits AS6081.

Focuses on the aerospace industry alone and all the companies involved in the supply chain. Organizations need to establish a security system to prevent fraudulent parts to enter the chain or, at least, reduce the numbers. 

  • Environmental ISO 14001. 

A voluntary standard that aims to establish, maintain, and improve an environmental management system in any organization to ensure they meet with their environmental responsibilities and ensure their processes do not affect it. 

  • Energy ISO 50001 and SEP. 

Establishes guidelines for companies to maintain an energy system that is more efficient and effective. Thanks to all the requirements in the ISO plus the guidelines from the Superior Energy Performance program, organizations are able to obtain better results. 


  • Ethical Sourcing SQFI. 

Allows organizations to manufacture and obtain products by conducting sustainable and responsible processes. 

  • Facility Management SIO 41001. 

Aims to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the company in all its processes to meet customer satisfaction and bring more value its way to stay competitive in the market. 

  • Responsible Care RC14001. 

Destined to chemical companies alone to help them achieve greater results in different aspects and areas and make them more competitive in the international market by adding value to the entire organization. 

  • Supply Chain ISO 28000. 

Addresses the need of establishing a security management system in the supply chain of any company regardless of its size and type to prevent any defective and low-quality product from entering the chain. 

  • Telecommunications TL 9000.

Provides all the requirements and guidelines for companies in the ICT industry to be able to produce services and products that guarantee customer and client satisfaction. 

  • IT Service ISO/IEC 20000-1. 

It is also a quality standard but it doesn’t focus on products but rather services provided by different organizations to ensure they are top services and satisfy the clients. 

  • Packaging ISO 15378. 

Sets requirements and regulations to ensure pharmaceuticals and medical device manufacturers use high-quality materials for the primary packaging of their products. 

  • Aerospace AS9100. 

A quality standard aimed for the quality management system of aerospace companies and manufacturers to ensure they meet expectations and customers’ needs.

  • Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) ISO 45001. 

Sets guidelines to establish the OH&SMS in any company and, in this way, provide healthy and safe workplaces for every employee and even visitors in the organization to prevent work-related accidents and diseases.

  • Laboratory Accreditation ISO 17025. 

Certification is required for any laboratory that needs to demonstrate it is competent and efficient to offer its services to the public. 

  • International Traffic in Arms Regulations, ITAR. 

Regulations and requirements to limit the export of defense and military-related equipment from the USA to other countries in order to protect the nation’s best interests. 

  • Gluten-Free Certification (GFC). 

Certification that every gluten-free food manufacturer needs to demonstrate it follows all the regulations and the products are optimal for distribution and sale. 

  • Forestry SFI ATFS (Sustainable Forestry). 

Created by a non-profit organization plus the world’s largest forestry certification to encourage companies to use less green spaces and optimize the ones they have been occupying for a while. 

  • Food Safety ISO 22000.

Allows food manufacturers to obtain their final products through safe and healthy processes to prevent any diseases and future problems after distribution. 

  • Food Safety Modernization Act FDA FSMA. 

Instead of aiming for the solution or addressing foodborne illnesses, it aims for their prevention by establishing different measures.

Start your implementation and get certified today 

At IQC The ISO Pros, we are always available to start working on your standard. Since we understand how important is to get certified in either mandatory or voluntary ones, we will make sure to speed up the process and help you to get the desired results during the first implementation. One of the main problems for any organization is having to go through another auditing process just because it didn’t meet all the requirements. 

If your company is in College Station or any other city in Texas, we will make sure you don’t have to go through this. With that said, contact us to get trained, have our experts implement the standard for you, or receive advice from our professionals to get things done in no time. We are here for anything you need, and we are very proud to be able to help any organization throughout the state.