Bureau of Indian Standards has been operating Management Systems Certification Scheme since 1991. Initially, BIS started the scheme with Quality Management System Certification (IS/ISO 9001) and over the years it has gradually expanded its activities to include Environmental Management System Certification (IS/ISO 14001) since 1997, Hazards Analysis and Critical Control Point Certification (IS 15000) since 1998, Occupational Health and Safety Management System (IS 18001) since 2003, Food Safety Management System (IS/ISO 22000) since 2006, Quality Management Systems - Requirements for service quality by public service organizations (IS 15700) since 2007 and Energy Management System Certification (IS/ISO 50001) since August 2013. NABCB, QCI has accredited Quality Management System Certification Scheme and Environmental Management System Certification Schemes of BIS establishing equivalence of BIS certified organizations to international norms
The Management Systems Certification activities is de-centralized to its five regional offices: the central region located in Delhi, the eastern region located in Kolkata, the northern region located in Chandigarh, the southern region located in Chennai and the western region located in Mumbai. The Deputy Director General (regions) is the granting, renewing and cancellation authority of the licence and this activity is coordinated by the Management Systems Certification officer of the region.
The Management Systems Certification Department at headquarter New Delhi is the systems policy making department which also coordinates the Systems Certification activities from the country in an uniform and impartial manner as per ISO/IEC 17021.
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