What is the certification process?
The right to use these marks is granted after a certification process.
The following scheme details the general audit process for the certification of management products and systems.
Certification is the action carried out by a company, unrelated to the interested parties, by which it is declared that an organisation, product, process or service fulfils the requirements defined in certain standards or technical specifications.
Thus, AENOR's marks provide evidence of this certification and are a differentiating element in the market, improving the image of the products and services offered and building trust between clients and consumers.
Trust in the organisation itself and in the clients, shareholders, employees, public administrations and social environment of the company. Trust in the quality and safety of its products and services. Trust in the effectiveness of its management. Trust in its environmental commitment and its workers' security. Trust in its commitment to innovation.
In addition, given the current information surplus, organisations need to simplify their decisions. For this reason, they seek suppliers whose management and/or products have the endorsement of a reliable company. With the objective of providing organisations with this competitive distinguishing value, AENOR offers its marks.
What do they identify?