ISO Standards

ISO Standards

ISO standards are developed by technical committees from across the world representing The International Organization for Standardization. ISO standards are created and updated in numerous areas and are designed to establish a consistency amongst products and services. Companies work to align their organizations with individual standards in order to become more competitive in the global marketplace and increase their profitability.

Georgia Tech’s Enterprise Innovation Institute offers training and coaching in the following ISO standards:

Quality Management

  • ISO 9001 – international standard for quality management
  • AS 9101 – international standard for quality management for the aerospace industry
  • TL 9001 – international standard for the telecommunications industry
  • ISO 13485 – international standard for the manufacturing of medical devices
  • ISO 17025 – international standard for testing and calibration in laboratories

Sustainability

  • ISO 14001 – international standard for environmental management systems

Energy Management

  • ISO 50001 – international standard for energy management systems

Food Safety

  • ISO 22001 (including HACCP and cGMP) – specifies requirements for a food safety management system

Safety and Health

  • OHSAS 18001 – international standard for occupational health and safety management systems

Contact Us

If you are interested in finding out more about implementing Quality Management or Food Safety Standards, contact Tim Israel or the regional manager in your area.

If you are interested in finding out more about implementing Sustainability, Energy Management, or Safety and Health Standards, contact Bill Meffert or the regional manager in your area.

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