A new report from the United Nations Industrial Development Organization presents good practices in applying market surveillance methodology to monitor the effectiveness of ISO 9001 certification in manufacturing enterprises and evaluate the performance of respective accredited certification bodies.
“Good practices: Experience in the Market Surveillance of ISO 9001 quality management systems” concludes that the proper use of ISO 9001–based quality management systems assists developing countries in promoting sustainable trade—thereby helping them achieve inclusive and sustainable industrial development and the 2030 development agenda.
The case studies mentioned in the report show that market surveillance methodology can be used or adapted as an effective tool in other regions and contexts—and for other management systems.
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