What Are Standards?
A standard is an agreed-upon method for producing a product, managing a process, providing a service, or supplying resources. Standards can be agreed upon for all elements of how we live, from quality, product performance, and safety to building design and services.
Standards create trust in the marketplace for goods and services. A product or service that has been certified to a standard is regarded as a mark of quality by customers.For businesses, compliance with standards can provide protection against unfair competition and help instill consumer confidence.
Certy is committed to meeting the requirements for IAF membership and engages in a periodic review program to ensure continuous compliance. This includes a commitment to the following:
Policies and processes at CERTY Standards are designed to reflect and support these principles On request, additional information can be provided. The standards, regulations, and processes of CERTY are meant to ensure that, where relevant, funding for standards development work does not compromise the process’s impartiality.
How Do CERTY Make Standards?
How does CERTY come up with standards?
CERTY develops the standards through a consultative process, which usually involves the following stages: