ICCASA offers your organization internationally recognized management system certification to globally accepted ISO standards that result in improved performance, better quality, increased market share and revenue, sustainability and risk reduction.
The International Accreditation Forum (IAF) seeks to provide confidence in the competence and impartiality of a Conformity Assessment Body (CAB) such as ICCASA, involved in conformity assessment as well as in the Accreditation Bodies (AB’s) such as the South African National Accreditation Forum (SANAS) that supervise them.
In fact, accreditation is the formal demonstration of the competence of ICCASA as your certification body, to offer your organization globally accepted certification to reduce risk and increase confidence by ensuring that an accredited certificate from ICCASA, may be relied upon anywhere in the world.
ICCASA Certification is not only credible and globally accepted but our comprehensively skilled team of auditors are industry experts with demonstrated competence in the various economic industry sectors and fields of certification.
The CIDB Act (Act 38 of 2000) requires the Board to establish Best Practice Contractor Recognition Scheme. The Contractor Recognition Scheme must: a) Enable organs of state to manage risk on complex contracting strategies; and b) Promote contractor development in relation to best practice standards and guidelines developed by the Board.
To promote and recognise performance improvement by contractors in, typically, Grades 5 to 7, the cidb has developed a customised Standard for Construction Management Systems (CMSs) based on recognisable construction industry minimum standards covering Health and safety management; Quality management; and Environmental management (covering air, water, land and waste).
This cidb Standard allows for expansion and conversion to meet ISO or OHSAS requirements in the future. The Standard has been developed in collaboration with industry, has also been endorsed by industry and subsequently released by the SABS in December 2013 as SANS 1393 Construction Management Systems: Requirements.
In addition, the cidb has implemented the SANS 1734 Anti-Bribery Management System (ABMS), while simultaneously promoting it as the best practice for Grade 9 contractors and promoting its adoption among grades 7 and 8.
ICCASA toolkits for SANS 1393 CMS, offers you complete CMS documentation to ensure that you are able to implement an effective construction management system.
ICCASA also offers you professional and credible certification in national Road Transport Management Systems (RTMS); the international Anti-Bribery Management System (ABMS) and Quality Management Systems (AS9100) – Requirements for Aviation, Space, and Defense Organizations is the international management system standard for the Aircraft, Space and Defense industry.
We are committed to assisting South African industries to gain valuable and credible management system certification in order to remain competitive, productive and have business processes that comply with and are aligned to both nationally and internationally-accepted standards and global best practices.
ICCASA is a strategic partner with industry and engages with South African industries through collaborative skills capacitation initiatives in order to enhance industry knowledge and skills development.
Our high calibre team of experts comprises of Auditors that are selected based on their knowledgeable and experience of your industry. Our Auditors are evaluated by clients to ensure that ICCASA certification services are continually improved to meet our client expectations.
ICCASA seeks to strategically partner with industry through joint collaborative initiatives that focuses on skills development training for industry capacitation which supports the South African government and private sector’s efforts to take a strategic and sustainable approach in addressing the scarce skills shortage in industry.
ICCASA Certification can assist your company in tackling demanding business challenges by ensuring that your business operations are as efficient and effective thus leading to increased productivity, reduced wastage, reduced risk and an improved competitive advantage.
Management System Implementation Toolkits are available and can help your organization to ensure that you implement an effective and compliant management system. Toolkits include policies, procedures, work instructions, regulatory and statutory requirements, checklists, templates, etc.