UNIVERSAL SYSTEMS CERTIFICATION LIMITED is an independent third party body offering certification across a wide range of businesses, including industrial, commercial and publicly owned organizations.
UNIVERSAL SYSTEMS CERTIFICATION LIMITED providing ISO9001:2008 certification and can also certify your organization to a wide range of other standards.
UNIVERSAL SYSTEMS CERTIFICATION LIMITED is an independent, impartial, certification body which provides Management Quality System Certifications in the field of ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, ISO 22000, ISO 27001, ISO 10002 and others certification services worldwide.
Our aim is to provide value in working through the reliability of our reports, and become the most trustworthy, reliable and proficient for granted high quality certification services
UNIVERSAL SYSTEMS CERTIFICATION LIMITED Auditors are meeting obtains quality and environmental and other management system certification to offer high professional and competent assessment services.
UNIVERSAL SYSTEMS provides wide ranges of Management Quality System Certifications in compliance with the ISO (International Organization for, Switzerland) and IAF (International Accreditation Form) standards.
UNIVERSAL SYSTEMS CERTIFICATION LIMITED uses the internationally recognized requirements designed by International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and International Accreditation Forum to ensure the independence of the processes and to avoid potential conflict of interest or bias.
UNIVERSAL SYSTEMS CERTIFICATION LIMITED ensures its compliance with ISO (International Organization for, Switzerland) and IAF (International Accreditation Form) standards. Certificates are granted after non compliance has been corrected.
UNIVERSAL SYSTEMS CERTIFICATION LIMITED ensures its technical compliance in relation to management system certification and its economic, social and environmental impacts in different stages of processing in line with the ISO endorsed standards.
Certification is performed by external certification bodies, which are largely private. Therefore a company or organization cannot be certified by ISO. http://www.iso.org/iso/home/standards/certification.htm
Accreditation is not obligatory but it adds another level of confidence. http://www.iso.org/iso/home/standards/certification.htm