Sayan Owj Pars company as a technical-trading company and agent for sales and after-sales service of several Germany’s leading companies improve the quality of service to deploy systems and obtained certificates of so 9001-2008 and Iso TS 29001-2010.

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO), based in Geneva, continued on February 24, 1947, in order to integrate standardization around the world with the creation of facilities in international trade of producer and consumer protection, and the development of technological, economic, technological cooperation … with membership of 25 countries.

Following the gradual accession of other countries, the organization currently has 132 members, including 90 main members of the 34 constituencies and 8 members, which the Institute of Standard and Industrial Research of Iran is among its main members and participates in the technical committees of ISO in the formulation of international standards. These standards, currently numbering 1,950, have been compiled by 2856 committees and subcommittees and more than four hundred experts.

The technical committees, composed of active members (P-MEMBER) and observer members (O-MEMBER), are tasked with examining the issues that their standardization is deemed necessary.

After the members agree with the subject of the proposed scientific and technical documents (COMMITTEE DRAFT) and distributed among members (including Iran), which, after making the necessary amendments, come in the form of a draft International Standard.

The drafts are sent back to members after the last amendments have been made and the final approval will be put into effect in the form of international standards.

In the various stages of compilation of the meetings for the purpose of discussing in the presence of the members, a draft is to be made in ISO member countries and active members (P-MEMBER) send representatives or delegates to these meetings.

What are ISO standards and quality?

How and by what tool can we guarantee the quality of our products and services, and is there a system for doing this? We all probably know that the answer is in quality assurance standards. The international standards organization has defined different standards for responding to these needs. The most famous of these standards is ISO 9000, which swept through many Iranian organizations and companies. Specifically, ISO standards are different from quality assurance standards. Unfortunately, many people and even our corporate executives are still confused with these two standards, for example, they think the ISO 9000 certifies shows the quality of the product.

The difference between these “quality assurance” standards with “product quality” standards is related to our kind of quality look from the perspective of the entire company and product.

But quality assurance standards represent the minimum qualitative requirements in all aspects of the company and its processes. For example, the product standard specifies that our product must have properties that are in terms of strength, durability, dimensions, size, etc., to have at least the acceptable quality. But the quality assurance standard does not specify any specific factors for the product, but it emphasizes that factors affecting quality which they must be controlled through various processes such as production, design and purchase.