ISO Standards


The different ISO standards were developed by the International Organization for Standardization to help create best practices for public and private sector businesses. These standards are set up to cover quality systems and practices for many of the worlds largest industries.

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The value of ISO Standards

Each of the ISO standards provide quality requirements about specific areas for different industries. The ISO 9000 and ISO 9001 2000 standards relate to general quality management, while ISO 13485 deals specifically with quality systems for medical device manufacturers. Additional ISO standards include the following:

  • ISO 14000 (Environmental Management)
  • ISO 15706 (Audiovisual)
  • ISO 18416:2007 (Cosmetics)
  • ISO 9241/ISO 10075 (Ergonomics)
  • ISO 7218:2007 (Food Safety)
  • ISO 14416 (Libraries)
  • ISO/TR 27809:2007 (Health Software)
  • ISO/TC 67 (Petroleum)

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To learn about how MasterControl, a provider of quality management and document control software, can help life science and general manufacturers streamline quality, compliance and document control with ISO standards in mind, please feel free to contact a MasterControl representative.