Certification of Management Systems

Against which standards can PECB certify?

PECB provides audits and certifications of management systems in:

  • Quality,
  • Health & Safety,
  • Environment,
  • Information Security,
  • Business Continuity,
  • IT Service Management,
  • Food Safety,
  • Asset Management,
  • Energy Management,
  • Medical Devices,
  • Supply Chain Security.

Do we need to do a pre-audit?

This is optional and it must be done at least 3 months before the Certification Audit.

How long does it take for a Management System Certificate to be issued?

Certification will be issued within 2 weeks after successfully closing the audit.

The value of Management System Certification.

Having your organizational system/s audited by an independent third party professional organization, such as PECB, can be a useful tool in identifying any shortcomings of your existing systems with the purpose of having these shortcomings adequately addressed. Once it is determined that the organizational system does comply with the targeted standards, validation and certification will take place.  Receiving an internationally recognized certificate establishes your organization as an adaptive and flexible organization that is in pace with global best practices, which furthers customer trust in the products and/or services that you provide. These benefits can have a multifaceted impact on your business, ultimately cascading to an increase in market share.

What are the costs of Management System Certification?

The cost of Management System Certification depends on the company size, process complexity and business complexity.

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What is Management System Certification?

A Management System is a framework of policies, processes and procedures used by an organization. A Management System can cover multiple standards and fields.

Management System Certification can be obtained when organizations have implemented and documented a management system and abide to a code of practices, industrial guidance and other regulations. The Management System needs be audited and meet the requirements in order to receive certification.



When does the Surveillance Audit 1 and 2 take place ?

1st Surveillance Audit: no longer than 12 months from the initial certification audit

2nd Surveillance Audit: no longer than 12 months from the 1st surveillance audit