So, you’ve discovered the benefits of your organisation complying to a certain ISO standard or regulation, and the next step is to decide the best solution for implementation. There are different routes you can take depending on budgets, staff resource and internal knowledge. The most common methods are to either hire an out-sourced consultant to take on the project or to implement internally using a documentation toolkit.
If you’re researching the best method for implementation, we’re here to tell you the benefits of using a CertiKit toolkit:
Toolkits are one of the most cost-effective solutions for achieving compliance. After the initial purchase, there are no user licences, additional staff or monthly subscriptions to worry about. Each toolkit includes all the documents needed to guide you through the process.
Seventy-two percent of our customers reported that they saved at least 20 working days by using a toolkit. Using the template forms, policies, procedures, and presentations, you can focus on embedding the new processes into the organisation instead of spending hours writing documents from scratch. Save on research time, too; structured to guide organisations through the requirements of compliance, the toolkit means you can focus on what needs completing and not worry about researching what is required.
Each toolkit comes with 12 months’ unlimited email support with a qualified consultant (this can be extended). The email support and review of three completed documents can give you peace of mind knowing you’re on the right track, even if you’ve never worked on the project before.
The toolkits include high-quality template documents to work through, all including implementation guidance and prompts for user edits. Seventy-five percent of our customers said they chose a CertiKit toolkit because of the high-quality documentation. Each toolkit is written by a specialist in the field and, with regular updates, you can rest assured knowing you’re not using out-of-date documentation.
Many of our customers have said the biggest value of using a toolkit is the increase in staff knowledge. The increased internal skills can improve the way organisations operate and provide benefits beyond the certification process.