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We provide you with a quick and simple way of receiving multiple quotations from up to three different registrars at one time. Where ever your company is in its certification process, we are here to simplify.
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The certification form is automatically sent to the ISO registrars you chose. You will receive a copy of your submittal, and we retain one for our records. You receive a quotation within 72 hours so you may select the registrar that will best fit your unique requirements.
Looking for the right registrar to audit your company can be confusing. That is why the 50001store.com has partnered with many different registrars around the world and has made them easy for you to find, choose, and hire to complete your company’s needs. (Or, to complete your registration audit.) We strive to find you the best registrar for your unique company and needs while saving you time and money. Our process is proven to decrease the time needed to find the proper registrar and complete required audits for ISO certification.
Generally, when you sign a contract with a Registrar, it will include the Registration Audit and Surveillance Audits. The Registration Audit is the initial audit that will be done to see if you will achieve registration. Once you are approved, your certificate will be valid for three years.
After you have your registration, the Registrar will come back every 6 months or year for a Surveillance Audit to see if you are maintaining your system and continuing to meet the requirements of the standard. Registrars vary in their approach, so you will want to find out details from each Registrar you are interested in.
The contract you set up with your Registrar (or Certifying Body – CB) will be for the three year period. You would renew your contract after three years to start the cycle again. Since you are starting a relationship that will last at least 3 years or longer, you will want to choose carefully.
The costs for the audits and registration will be dependent on the size of your company, the number of locations, the accreditations that you need, and the distance between you and your Registrar.
The costs are typically dependent on the number of audit days required for the registration audit and the surveillance audits, the travel costs for the auditors, and the administration fees and accreditation fees for the registration.
- A good estimate is $1400/day + expenses, but contact a registrar for a quotation.
- The number of days is based on the size and complexity of your operation.
- Expenses include travel expenses for the auditor to your facility.
- Number of auditing days a CB can assess is regulated by IAF Guide 66 Annex 1
The most important factor in choosing a Registrar is how well they can work with you. This includes how well they know your industry, how much experience they have with similar companies, and how well they communicate with you and your employees. There are many rules that a registrar must follow, issued by organizations like the ANAB. See ANAB Rules…
Interview 3 or more Registrars to get a good idea of the options available and differences between Registrars. Look locally if you have good choices, it will save on costs, but if you do not find a good fit look farther. The benefits of your relationship with your Registrar will pay off. Remember that these are experienced professionals that spend day after day evaluating how companies do business. The feedback you get from them is one of the best benchmarking tools available.