Transferring Your Certification
Monday, 16 February 2015
Transferring your Certification to ASR is easy.ASR regularly receives requests from organizations seeking to transfer their registration certificates because customer service and satisfaction is lacking.
Step 2 - Expect to receive a prompt quotation within a few hours.
Step 3 - Once the quotation is approved by your organization, your ASR sales rep will contact you to discuss an audit time line based on your next surveillance audit or your recertification audit that would normally have been conducted by your current registrar.
Step 4 – When the audit date is set, Dave or Tom will ask you to send your transfer documentation to ASR. Previous audit reports and current certificate
Step 5 - ASR auditor(s) conduct the audit and issue to the client any non-conformances for corrective action response.
Step 6 –Lead auditor issues to ASR's registration committee for review the audit report and associated documents together with the client's corrective action responses
Step 7 - Following the committee review and approval, ASR issues a new certificate to the client. This step usually takes a few days.
Step 8 – An organization's certification is then posted to a public registration database.
Maintaining compliance to a standard is only part of the audit process. ASR provides feedback to help organizations grow and develop, by identifying what is effective, where improvement is needed, and where additional opportunities exist to improve how the organization works.
Throughout the entire audit process and afterwards, ASR is always easy to reach and available to answer questions.
Customer service and satisfaction – it's what ASR does!!