ACM Limited is an accredited certification body that brings together many different assessment and certification skills which enables it to deliver a professional accredited ISO certification service.

ACM are accredited by UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Service) to carry out assessments for Food Safety, Environmental and Quality Management Systems and have achieved an enviable reputation in all sectors for offering an effective, efficient and value adding assessment service.

ACM Indochina Groups – Countries representative for Indochina region for Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam, which is providing Certification, Inspection, and Verification Services.

Registration and certification to ISO 9001 is not only a large marketing benefit; it can also help improve the efficiency and effectiveness of an organisations management system therefore delivering tangible benefits to improve profitability and business sustainability. Like all ISO standards, ISO 9001 is based upon a system of continual improvement called PDCA (Plan, Do, Check, Act).

Establishing, monitoring and measuring your organisation’s significant energy used and environmental aspects and impacts can help to reduce wastages from energy and natural resources aspect, optimize your resources and make your organisation more attractive to potential clients and energy efficient and environmental friendly.

Other benefits of registration and certification to ISO 50001 , ISO 14001 included reductions in waste, energy, CO2 emissions and tangible benefits towards improving the environment in which we live and work. Based on PDCA (Plan, Do, Check, Act), continual improvement and environmental sustainability are key elements with the standard.

For those organisations in the food chain, having a formal food safety management system registered against the requirements of ISO 22000, HACCP, GMP and not only ensures that you have identified and implemented controls against all legal requirements, it is a formal platform to develop improved processes to enhance food safety. This not only allows the organisation to be confident in the safety of the food produced, but also gives the customers an assurance that the food safety management systems employed are delivering safe food for them to pass onto their customer.

For organisations wishing to demonstrate that they have control over all information handled by them, developing a system to meet the requirements of ISO 27001 and then having it assessed by an independent 3rd party certification body demonstrates to both internal and external customers that all information is secure when handled by the organisation.

An International workplace-quality standard based on the concept of social accountability, its major objective is to ensure application of ethical practices in hiring and treatment of employees and in production of goods and services. Released in 1997 by the New York (USA) based non-profit body social accountability International (SAI), it relies on the codes-of-conduct affirmed by International Labour organization (ILO), the Universal Declaration Of Human Rights, and UN Convention On The Rights Of A Child. Founded on the principles of transparency, credibility, and verification, it is said to be the first global ethical standard and appropriate for any type of organization regardless of the country, industry, or size