Certification services

ITA is accredited by the Italian national accreditation body - ACCREDIA to provide certification services for management systems such as:

ISO 9001
Quality management system

ISO 14001
Environmental management system

ISO 45001
Occupational health and safety at work

ISO 27001
Information security management systems

ISO 20000-1
Service management systems

ISO 22000/ FSSC 22000
Food safety management system

ISO 50001 Energy management system
ISO 37001 Anti-bribery management systems

ITA certification process

ITA certification process includes several main stages regardless of the standard(s), according to which the certification is being conducted:

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ISO 9001 – Quality management system. Requirements. Business improvement. Business risks assessment

ISO 9001 is the most common and most popular international standard. It provides a framework that allows organizations to develop and implement their own quality management systems, strive for the best achievements and manage their day-to-day operations effectively.

Any organization that has implemented a quality management system has the potential to attract and retain customers, while improving the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of its business.

The certification of quality management systems according to this standard is a guarantee that the organization has reliable mechanisms to ensure the quality of the products and services it provides.


  • Development of consistent, repetitive processes as a common system;
  • Increased business efficiency by improving monitoring and measurement;
  • Audit of the management system, identification of sustainability, stimulation of change;
  • Targeting the responsibility for development and management of the quality system to senior management;
  • Ensuring the necessary means to satisfy the requirements of the clients and other interested parties;
  • Identification and understanding of business risks and the means of minimizing them;
  • Continuous measurement of the company’s objectives and their implementation;
  • Identification of non-compliances and reducing errors in the quality of products and services;
  • Identification and elimination of the root causes of recurring problems, saving time and money;
  • Improvement of the overall performance and increase of profits.

ISO 14001 – Environmental management systems. Requirements. Environment aspects assessment. Legal requirements

ISO 14001 is one of the world’s leading standards offering an effective environmental management system. Through its requirements, the standard can help organizations minimize their activities that negatively affect the environment and help them to comply with applicable laws and regulations.

The increasingly stringent regulatory requirements have led to the need for organizations to voluntarily use an internationally recognized standard to identify and manage the environmental impact of their activities as well as to improve environmental performance.

ITA offers ISO 14001 environmental management system certification, demonstrating to all stakeholders – customers, suppliers and employees that the organization is committed to protecting the environment.


  • Identification, monitoring and control of environmental aspects and related impacts;
  • Reducing environmental risks and responsibilities;
  • Maintaining compliance with the regulatory requirements;
  • Prevention of pollution and reduction of waste;
  • Improvement of the environmental performance of your organization;
  • Identification of opportunities for reducing the energy consumption and other resource costs;
  • Achievement of cost savings by focusing on resources, waste and energy management;
  • Improvement of the reputation of your organization and increase of the opportunities for developing new activities.

ISO 45001 – Occupational health and safety at work. Assessment of risks at work. Legal requirements. Incidents management.

ISO 45001 is the most popular standard regulating the establishment and maintenance of a system for managing and improving the wellbeing, health and safety of working people. It is compatible with other management systems and is applicable to all organizations, mainly involved in manufacturing, trade and services.
ISO 45001 certification is internationally recognized and is suitable for any organization wishing to limit the health and safety risks of its employees, visitors and customers.


  • ISO 45001 guides you through the creation of your own framework of health and safety, allowing you to integrate processes and controls into the same management system;
  • ISO 45001 demonstrates that you are not only committed to the health, safety and well-being of your employees, but also to those of all stakeholders, customers and contractors entering your organization’s territory;
  • Identification of hazards and introduction of controls for their management;
  • Minimizing the risks of work interruption that have an impact on production by reducing accidents;
  • Ensuring your employees with a safe working environment;
  • Ensuring a stable system for maintaining and continuously improving the indicators of the healthy and safe working environment;
  • Maintaining compliance with legal requirements;
  • Reducing health and safety risks as well as costs related to poor performance indicators for a healthy and safe working environment;
  • Improving the reputation of your organization and increasing the opportunities for developing new activities.

ISO 27001 – Information security management systems. Requirements. Assets protection.

ISO 27001 is the most widely recognized standard for security of the information. It defines the requirements for building and maintaining an information security management system and allows the organization to monitor and control its vulnerability, manage risks and ensure the security of operations, customers, and legal requirements.
Certification against this standard is voluntary for all organizations and mandatory for administrative bodies that work with electronic documents, provide administrative services electronically or exchange electronic documents between administrative bodies.


  • Management and minimization of risk exposure;
  • Maintenance the security of confidential information;
  • Building a culture about security;
  • Security in the exchange of information;
  • Protection of the company, assets, shareholders and management;
  • Providing durable services or products;
  • Providing customers and stakeholders with confidence in how to manage risk;
  • Maintenance of the compliance with regulatory requirements;
  • Ensuring a competitive advantage;
  • Increase of customer satisfaction resulting in increased retention of already contracted customers.

ISO 20000-1 – Service management systems. Requirements.

ISO 20000-1 is the most widely recognized standard for IT Service Management. It defines requirements for an organization to establish, implement, maintain and continually improve a service management system.

This standard has created a practical guide how to manage services in today’s dynamic service environment. It also describes how to incorporate popular management methods (such as Agile, Lean or DevOps), service management frameworks and methodologies (ITIL®, COBIT®, CMMI-SVC®), and additional standards (ISO 9001, ISO/IEC 27001, ISO 31000) into the IT service management system.


  • Increased credibility, especially for suppliers.
  • Increased customer confidence.
  • Incident and outage reduction.
  • Proactive service management.
  • Cost reduction.
  • Continual improvement and the benefits this brings.
  • Positive cultural change.

ISO 22000/ FSSC 22000 – Food safety management system. Requirements to the organizations in the food chain.

ISO 22000 certificate demonstrates the commitment of the organization to provide food safety throughout the supply chain to deliver safe products to the end consumer. The standard allows for effective integration and easy compatibility with other management systems.

We work with a variety of organizations to evaluate in the food chain, including:

  • Food processing facilities
  • Food manufacturers
  • Catering
  • Restaurants


  • Demonstrating your commitment to food safety;
  • Ensuring that you perform control at all stages of the food chain to prevent threats to food safety;
  • Stabilizing and improving the internal processes necessary to provide long-term sustainable food;
  • Provide a framework for management commitment, communication with customers and suppliers, and continuous improvement of the food safety system;
  • Strengthen the confidence of customers and other stakeholders in your organization’s ability to control food safety risks and provide safe products;
  • Provision of resources for continuous improvement that ensures the food safety management system is reviewed and updated so that all food safety activities remain safe and effective.

ISO 50001 – Energy management system – Requirements with guidance for use.

The international ISO 50001 standard established the requirements and guidance for organizations to successfully develop, implement, maintain and continually improve an energy management system. The ISO 50001 standard provides companies with internationally recognized guidelines to improve energy balance, reduce CO2 emissions, and lower energy costs by using energy more efficiently.

Certification to the ISO 50001 standard ensures that your organization has a healthy energy management system, reducing energy consumption, environmental impact and increasing profitability.


  • Reducing environmental impact, including greenhouse gas emissions without affecting operations and simultaneously increasing profitability
  • Improvement of energy performance, including energy efficiency, use and energy consumption
  • Ensuring measurement, documentation, reporting and benchmarking of energy consumption
  • Continual improvement of the energy management systems
  • Credible market communication about energy performance efforts

ISO 37001 – Anti-bribery management systems. Requirements with guidance for use.

ISO 37001 is a homogenization of anti-bribery best practices resulting in a standard that provides guidance for anti-bribery management systems and, more specifically, provides a series of measures to help organizations prevent, detect, and address bribery.

ISO 37001 was created to provide a global standard that companies could reference to identify best practices and controls that should be considered and implemented when developing, supplementing, or improving an anti-bribery management system.

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