ISO Compliance

ISO Compliance


Certification based on ISO standards is becoming increasingly important for companies from all industries. They allow the improvement of internal processes and thus enable advantages – depending on the objective of the standard – e.g. in the areas of resources, project management, safety and quality, which have a particularly positive effect on customer relations.

Successful (re)certification process:

The basis of a successful certification process is the development of effective, company-specific processes, which must be presented transparently within the framework of the certification audits. The identification of relevant standards and specifications and their effective internal implementation is an essential part of every initial or monitoring audit (see, for example, High-Level-Structure of the current ISO standards revisions (HLS No. 3)).

CertLex – Your advantages:

A uniform requirement of all ISO standards is the identification and individualization of legal and contractual requirements that affect a company. Within the framework of your individually created profile, the legal sources that affect your company are identified. You will receive relevant operational explanations from engineers and scientists who are subject to legal quality control. Depending on the performance level, recommendations for action are prepared by experts, which can be directly incorporated into an action plan. In this way, you can demonstrate your legal compliance in each audit simply and in a way that conserves resources.

CertLex supports you successfully in the certification/monitoring processes of the following standards:

  • DIN ISO 14001:2015
  • DIN ISO 50001:2011
  • DIN ISO 45001:2018
  • BS OHSAS 18001:2007
  • EMAS
  • Data protection certification


Do you have questions?

Do you need further information or would you like a direct consultation? Please feel free to contact us.

Florian Riedig
Phone:: +49(0)40 3609719-12

Hans-Ulrich Terme
Phone: +49(0)561 96996-14


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