IQC - The ISO Pros
of Parma, OH & ISO 9001 Experts
What is a Supply Chain? How can you determine if you are within a supply chain or if you aren’t? Most, if not all businesses are a part of a particular and a specific supply chain – even if they are not aware of it.
Before we get to that, it is important and imperative to clearly define and figure out what a supply chain is – from there, we would be able to determine some of the factors and the risks involved in it; why it’s better for companies and organizations to implement it, and so on.
Defining What a Supply Chain Is
In its simplest term, a supply chain is considered and is known to be a network or a web of companies, businesses, and organizations that stand between the company, its suppliers, and its clients.
To define it even simpler and better, it is a network or a web of merchants that transport goods from one entity and one organization to another.
The main purpose or goal of a supply chain is to be able to produce a final product or a final service to the buyer that can be bought by a specific client, or that can be displayed and showcased in the market.
ISO 28000: What is it?
To help and support a supply chain to be independently working, the Supply Chain Management System standard has been published. Also known as the ISO 28000, this standard is the set of guidelines, rules, and regulations that help and assist businesses and organizations within a supply chain for them to:
- Protect their goods
- Protect their brand
- Explore new ideas
- Improve and develop the ability and competency of their suppliers
- And many more
Here in the city of Parma in the state of Ohio, IQC – the ISO Professionals has been the one and only, trusted, and most recognized business or organization when it comes to the Training & the Implementation of the Supply Chain Standard.
We’re well-known and recognized in the industry to be the most powerful, the most influential, and the most adept and skilled because of the experience that our coaches, instructors, and our trainers have.
Being ISO 28000 Certified and What it Can Do
What are the reasons why you should take the advice of most people and get an ISO 28000 Certification? What do you think are the things that can actually go better and develop when you have it integrated within your company or your organization?
Other than the fact that you will have better visibility of the supply chain, implementing it accordingly and appropriately can lead to a ton of benefits including;
- Competitive edge and advantage among your competitors;
- Standardize the security management practices that you would be developing within your business or organization in the future;
- Meet and gain new clients – while retaining older and loyal ones; and
- Many more
You will be able to achieve all of those with our help here at IQC – the ISO Professionals. So don’t hesitate to give us a call!
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With IQC – the ISO Professionals, you’ll get all of the information and the proper training that you need to go on with the industry you are in! Here are the ISO Standards we can help you with:
- Asset Management ISO 55001
- Automotive Core Tools
- Automotive IATF 16949
- Body Armor BA 9000
- Capability Maturity Model Integration
- Counterfeits AS6081
- Energy ISO 50001 and SEP
- Environmental ISO 14001
- Ethical Sourcing SQFI
- Facility Management ISO 41001
- Food Safety Modernization Act FDA FSMA
- Food Safety ISO 22000
- Forestry SFI ATFS
- Gluten-Free Certification
- Info Security ISO/IEC 27001
- International Traffic in Arms Regulations, ITAR
- IT Service ISO/IEC 20000-1
- Laboratory Accreditation ISO 17025
- Medical Devices ISO 13485
- Occupational Health and Safety Management System
- Packaging ISO 15378
- Quality ISO 9001
- Responsible Care RC14001
- Supply Chain ISO 28000
- Telecommunications TL 9000