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CI International Certification Sdn Bhd

CI International Certification Sdn Bhd (known as CI International) operates under the group of CI Malaysia Group and Socotec Certification International Ltd. (SCI) in Bristol, United Kingdom. CI International started its office in Malaysia in May 2000 as the branch office CI (UK) at that time, by the founder Mr Ooi Soo Kang, who is now the Country Director/ Group Managing Director of the local Malaysia office.

CI International is one of the leading certification bodies in Malaysia, providing international standard and national standard certification services to assist organizations that seek to harness on Quality, Anti-Bribery, Environmental, Information Security, Facilities, Food Safety, GMP, Occupational Health and Safety, Energy, and Information Technology Service Management System for business performance improvement.

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CI International Certification Sdn Bhd
CIMY International Standards Training (M) Sdn Bhd

  • No. 37-4, Jalan SP 2/2,
    Serdang Perdana,
    Seksyen 2,
    43300 Seri Kembangan,
    Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.
  • +603-8942 9001 / +603-8942 8000 / +6012-204 2833 / +6012-299 7083
  • +603-8942 9002 / +603-8942 0883 / +603-8942 4000
  • cimalaysia@po.jaring.asia
  • www.cimalaysia.com.my


ISO 37001

The purpose of developing the ISO37001 is to establish, implement, maintain and enhance an anti-bribery program that prevents, detects and addresses bribery risks in an organization or institution. ISO 37001 is an international standard which specifies the procedures which an organization should implement to assist it prevent bribery, and identify and deal with any bribery which occurs. It requires organizations to implement these procedures on a reasonable and proportionate basis according to the type and size of the organization, and the nature and extent of bribery risks faced. It is applicable to small, medium and large organizations in the public and private sector, and can be used in any country.

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ISO 9001

ISO 9001 is the international standard for quality management system (QMS). It specifies concrete, practical requirements, derived from the best quality assurance and sound management practices, and enable organizations to develop and implement their quality management system to meet certain minimum levels of consistent performance, giving your customers added confidence.

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ISO 14001

The ISO 14001 is the international standard for environmental management system (EMS). It aims to help organizationsminimize or reduce the environmental footprint of their business and to decrease the pollution and waste an organization produced that may affect the environment and assists with compliance to applicable environmental laws and regulations.

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ISO 45001/ OHSAS 18001

ISO 45001/ OHSAS 18001 is the standard against which organizations are assessed on their Occupational Health and Safety performance. As with other standards, it is based around the setting of objectives and targets and the monitoring of the business occupational health and safety performance against this standard.

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ISO 22000

ISO 22000 is a generic food safety management system. It defines a set of general food safety requirements that apply to all organizations in the food chain. If your organization is part of the food chain, ISO 22000 wants you to establish a food safety management system (FSMS). It then wants you to use the system to ensure that food products do not cause adverse human health effects.

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ISO 27001

ISO 27001 is the most widely recognized security standard in the world and defines the specification for an Information Security Management System (ISMS) for protection of Organization, Business and Commercial (related to Customer, Supplier, Employee, Shareholder and other interested parties), both in hard copy and soft copy.

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ISO 13485

ISO 13485:2003 specifies requirements for a quality management system for manufacturing of medical devices where an organization needs to demonstrate its ability to provide medical devices and related services that consistently meet customer requirements and regulatory requirements applicable to medical devices and related services. The key objective of ISO 13485:2003 is to facilitate harmonized medical device regulatory requirements for quality management systems.

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GDPMD specifies the requirements for a quality management system to be established, implemented and maintained by an establishment of medical device importer/distributor/ authorized representative to comply with Malaysian Medical Device Act 2012 (Act 737) and Medical Device Regulations 2012.

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HACCP - MS 1480

Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) is a systematic preventive approach to food safety and pharmaceutical safety that addresses physical, chemical, and biological hazards as a means of preventive rather than finished product inspection.

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GMP - MS 1514

Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) is part of quality system covering the manufacture of food products, pharmaceutical products and medical devices. GMPs are guidelines that outline the aspects of production and testing that can impact the quality of a product.

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  • “Through trainings and audits (provided by CI International), Majlis Perbandaran Kuantan (MPK) has achieved a level of quality management system implementation which is considered stable and effective. Many changes and improvement we have made to our work procedures, monitoring system, analysis of data and achievement, awareness and involvement all parties in our organization in the implementation of the quality management system. Based on the past services provided by CI International, we are very satisfied with the contribution and quality services provided. Your side has been very serious in providing assistance to MPK to achieve a high level of ISO implementation until we can provide consistent and quality services to the public and the ‘masyarakat’.”

    Majlis Perbandaran Kuantan

  • “CI resources in ISO Standard can be said professional, including most of their auditors. I would recommend that those companies who are going to have the ISO Standard should liaise with CI”.

    Construction and Industrial Safety Training Centre Sdn Bhd

  • “We were truly satisfied with the relevant audit and would like to thank the auditors for the excellent audit process carried out at our Head Quarters and Sites UNIKL and PERKESO. We look forward to the next audit to improve our system further, and elevate our company performance all together. On behalf of Pensera’s Top Management, we would like to thank you”

    Pensera Sdn Bhd & Serracomm Synergy Sdn Bhd

  • “Very satisfied. However the “observation” status given to us are something new to us as our consultant might have inadvertently omitted in their professional preparation / guidance to us or perhaps they might have interpreted the clauses in the standard differently. Would appreciate if CI could give some guidance in future.”

    Jabatan Peguam Negara

  • “The auditors have shown very good communication skills and presented with valuable guidelines towards our recent audit. We appreciated the depth of their understanding in our operational system and the relevant issues brought out in their process of audit. This audit was really beneficial to our organization as the auditors were well equipped with knowledge of the nature of our service industry. Thank you.”

    HK Chan Optometrist Sdn Bhd

  • “We greatly appreciate the feedback and support of CI Malaysia. The auditor is very good and professional. His opinion and effort is valuable and highly appreciated. Most helpful was learning about strategies and technique improvement on implementing Quality Management System.”“We greatly appreciate the feedback and support of CI Malaysia. The auditor is very good and professional. His opinion and effort is valuable and highly appreciated. Most helpful was learning about strategies and technique improvement on implementing Quality Management System.”

    JV – Binasistem Sdn Bhd

Articles / News


ISO 9001 Specific Article
English Article
√ The Real Values of Effective ISO 9001 Management System
√ Is ISO 9001 A Failure & Add Burden to Business Organizations?
√ Measurable Quality Objectives
√ Factual Decision Making Based on Analysis of Data
√ Continual Improvement Based on Plan, Do, Check, Act
√ Correction vs. Corrective Action vs. Preventive Action are 3 Different “Animals”
√ Effective Management Review
√ Personnel Competency
√ Conducting an Effective ISO 9001 Internal Audit
√ Six Procedures Unlikely to Get ISO 9001 Certification
√ Document and Record are Not the Same

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