Apostille Service for DQS Certificate

What is DQS:  

Auditing of Management Systems. DQS verifies the conformity and effectiveness of a Corporate’s certified management system, processes or products by performing regular audits (usually on a semi-annual or annual basis).

step 1:

Upload your document in PDF format.

step 2:

Fill order form and verify the authenticity of your document.

step 3:

Decide method of shipping.

step 4:

Pay a total fee of $50

We, at E-Apostille, can provide you with all your document certification work. So you can initiate your order right now. Please use our E-Apostille (Electronic Apostille) service for your DQS certificate, by uploading your document in PDF format to our website and fill up our order form, and specify which type of mail/courier we should use to send you back the Apostilled document. This way you will save a one-way postal (or courier) service cost, and time. Generally speaking, our fees for this type of service is a fixed $62.0. After certification is complete, you can use Fedex courier service, through which we will be able to expedite your documents efficiently and safely. The cost for using Fedex service is $5.00 U.S. Dollars.

More on DQS:  

The certification process for management systems (DQS) usually extends over several steps and in most cases ends with an audit report documenting the results of the audit and the certificate. These audits serve the overall objective of demonstrating effectiveness and conformity to international standards or specifications. But they can do more: DQS audits are a particularly effective tool for the further development of a corporate management system; where-as the corporate gains a more intensive knowledge and a deeper understanding of its organization - and can improve it in a targeted manner.

What is DQS used for:  

To be more specific, some factors should be known for the DQS report such as the company situation, the size of the company, special processes and the maturity level of its management system. These are all important factors in determining the duration of the audit and the qualifications required from the assigned auditors. All of that are recorded in the so-called basic data of the company.

Usually, a plan should be made and completed 120 days before the certification audit. To ensure this planning reliability, an automated process usually is created and designed to have all important information available at the click of a mouse before, during, and after the audit.

How DQS works:  

The actual certification process then begins with the system analysis as a first stage, then comes the system audit, where the auditor or the team of auditors usually assesses the effectiveness of the corporate’s management system at the production or service site. While the system analysis focuses more on the structure and documentation, the system audit is concerned with what is actually implemented. Therefore, by using the standards and specifications for management systems, the effectiveness of all functional areas and management system processes are evaluated. All findings from observations, reviews and interviews are incorporated into the audit result, which is presented and explained to the corporate client in the final meeting.

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