ISO Certification in Nigeria

ISO Certification in Nigeria

October 06, 2021

ISO its an acronym for International Organization for Standardization. The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is
“an international standard-setting body composed of representatives from various national standards organizations’. The organization develops and publishes worldwide technical, industrial and commercial standards. By doing this, the ISO helps to protect the end users by ensuring the safety of the products through the standardization of products and services.

The ISO is an independent international non-governmental organization with experts that have developed a globally acceptable standard for products and services. The ISO Certification is an approval from the body showing that an organization has met the international standard developed by the ISO.

The ISO facilitates world trade by providing a standard to be adopted by all countries. The effect is to make products safe, reliable and of good quality. ISO Certification in Nigeria is the same as ISO Certification worldwide.

There are various standards of ISO with their benefits. Some of the benefits include customer satisfaction, global market acceptance, environmental impact, increased efficiency, reduced risk and waste etc.

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Frequently Asked

  • Why must I file Annual Returns?

    It is a mandatory statutory requirement under the Companies and Allied Matters Act to file Annual Returns yearly. 

  • Must my Company Secretary be a Lawyer?

    Although it’s ideal to have a lawyer as a company secretary, it is not compulsory for small private businesses.

  • Why is mutual assent important in a contract?

    This is one of the key elements of a contract because is shows the meeting of the minds of both parties

  • Is there a penalty for late renewal of registration of products with NAFDAC?

    Yes, there is a late renewal fee, which is dependent on the category of the product.

  • What is classified as personal data?

    Name, photograph, personal health/bio information, account/financial information, phone number, Address, date of birth, place of birth, Email address, etc.

  • What do I need for a trademark search in Nigeria?

    To do a trademark search you will need the name or/and logo (device) of the trademark to be searched and the Class of the trademark that accurately describes it.

  • Is there a penalty for late renewal of registration of products with NAFDAC?

    Yes, there is a late renewal fee, which is dependent on the category of the product.

  • Why do i need a Shareholders Agreement?

    You need a Shareholders Agreement to protect your investment in a company.  The shareholders Agreement establishes a fair relationship between all shareholders and sets out how the company is run.

  • How long does a trademark registration in Nigeria Last?

    Trademark is valid for seven years from the date of application but you may renew the application for the trademark for an additional period of 14years.

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