- Preparation and initial visit
- Review of Quality Policy Manual
- Review of revisions to the Quality Policy Manual
- Preliminary evaluation
- Report processing
- First-year surveillance
- Second-year surveillance
- Third-year surveillance
- Costs-per-day for on-site visits
- Any other charges
Yes. There is a one-time certification fee (good for the three years’ duration of the certificate):
|Employee Count||U.S. Fees (USD)|
|1 to 99||$315.00|
|1 to 99||$332.00|
|Maintenance Fees AS91XX|
|1 to 99||$372.00|
|Maintenance Fees ISO 27001/ISO 20000|
|1 to 99||$372.00|
There is also an annual file maintenance fee based on the same breakdown as above. Special accreditation seals and/or special standards’ requirements may add to your audit costs; see your account executive for details.
Travel, lodging and per diem are billed at cost. Since PJR has auditors all across the country, our aim is always to select the closest auditor to the client’s facility, thereby keeping travel costs to a minimum.
PJR quotes surveillance costs at the time of the original quotation. A surveillance is a sampling of the quality system that verifies continued system maintenance. Generally, a surveillance will require 25% to 33% of the time required for the original audit.
Yes, PJR can supply an estimate prior to the quoting process to give a rough idea of registration costs.
All registrars are obligated to follow international guidelines on man-day requirements for the standard in question. Registration audit quotations are based on the estimated time the audit will take. Major factors used in determining the time include: size of the facility to be audited; number of employees and complexity of the operation (number of shifts, number of product lines, nature of the product produced).
PJR’s standard rate per man-day varies by standard/scope. Please check with a PJR project manager for exact pricing.