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Can’t change the Page Title in Apple iWeb

Apple iWebDescription:

In iWeb the page title (the text that appears at the top of the browser window) cannot be set easily within iWeb itself.

Symptoms:

  • When you publish your website that was designed iWeb the page title defaults to the text at the top of your first page.
  • Changing the Page Name through the Inspector has no effect on the Page Title in the browser

Explanation:

The page title is not easily customizable in iWeb’08 and so must be set using javascript.  Normally the title is derived from the HTML code – the <title> tag but iWeb doesn’t allow the user to change that directly.  Below I have documented how you can use javascript to achieve the same effect..

Solution – Set the Page Title using Javascript

  1. In iWeb, open the page you wish to set the title for by selecting it in the left hand navigator
  2. When the page appears, click ‘Web Widgets’ at the bottom followed by HTML Snippet
  3. Paste the following text into the box that appears:
  4. <script type=’text/javascript’> parent.document.title=”My Page Title” </script>

  5. Change the text “My Page Title” to whatever you would like as your page title
  6. Click ‘Apply’ and then move the little box that was created up to the top left hand corner of your page to get it out of the way
  7. Save & Publish your web site
  8. Now your page title should appear as you have set above
  9. For your other web pages, you can just copy and paste the little box to all the other pages

 

Discussion


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  1. I tried using this one before and it didn’t work. So this time I replaced the single quote marks with the double quotes and it worked. Here’s the adjustment

    parent.document.title=”My Page Title”

  2. Chris says:

    This is just what I was looking for. But any idea how to get the new widgets for older versions of iWeb? I’m running 1.1.2 (2006) and there don’t seem to be any.

  3. Steve Mouzon says:

    I’m still not getting it to work. Does it matter where on the page that I put the snippet? I’ve tried it with both single quotes and double quotes.

  4. Rosco says:

    Hi Steve..

    Sorry to hear this is not working for you yet. Can you tell me what version of iweb you’re using? What title is actually showing up?

  5. Eddie says:

    Not working for me either. I’m using iWeb 09 version 3.01. And the widget I used is called HTML Snippet. I put it in the upper left hand corner and resized it smaller too.

    1. Rosco says:

      Hi Eddie…

      I’ve just had a look on here. These instructions were originally written for iWeb 08 but it should be similar. I’ve just tried it on iWeb ’09 and the HTML Widgets are on the right panel. I simply open a page I want to change the Title on > double click the HTML Snippet widget on the right side > paste in my javascript (as above) > click apply > move the little box to the bottom of the page and then publish the site. It works then. A few things to look out for:
      If you’ve more then one HTML Snippet on the same page then paste the code into the HTML snippet closest to the bottom of the page or move your snippet to the bottom of the page as it reads the html from top to bottom.
      When you view your web page have a look at the Page Source and see what’s between the tags. Post back your results. Hope this helps. Rosco.

  6. Ashley says:

    I, too, am having a problem changing the title. It seems to be stuck on one I originally had typed in, but with a typo. It’s stuck on “Letter of REcommendation”. I’ve tried the instructions with one quote and two. I’m using iWeb ’08. Is there something I’m missing?

    I paste the code in the black box that appears above the html box which resembles a text box. Correct? If you double click on it, it turns blue. I’ve tried it many many times with clicking on box, without…pasting it in black box or html box. I must be missing some step in this, but please help. I have to get this thing out and can’t do it with a typo. Thanks to any who can help!

    1. Rosco says:

      Hi Ashley

      What’s your web address?

      I want to take a look at the source code.

      Rosco

  7. Rosco says:

    Hi again Ashley…

    I found your page and took a look at the source code. I noticed a few things..firstly you’ve put in two of the scripts and secondly the code looks slightly wrong. Also, I noticed you’ve made the same error with the work ‘REcommendation’ in the box on the left side of your page…is this deliberate?

    As a test, try to create a new blank page on your site and view it. See what the title is. The edit that page and insert the script code as per my instructions (try to follow the instructions i posted in the comments above to Eddie – these are for later versions of iWeb) and then test the blank page again to see if it took effect.

    Let me know how you get on.

    Rosco

  8. Ashley says:

    Rosco,
    The box on the left side of my page? As in the tab for Firefox or the top of page in Safari? “REcommendation” is my achilles heal right now.

    I apologize if I sound naive, but I’ve only used iWeb for about two days, so some of what you are writing goes a bit over my head. I’ve just been wiggling my way through based on what I’ve already done in the past with Keynote and Pages, etc. It’s rather intuitive, but clearly I’ve wandered into unfamiliar territory.

    So, when you say that I’ve put in two scripts I don’t know exactly what you are referring to. And, which code looks slightly wrong? The code for changing the title of the page? Other than using what is there naturally, I have only tried to change the code per your instructions which I copied and pasted, so I must have done something wrong somewhere along the way.

    I did read the instructions for iWeb 09 above to Eddie, but my set-up fits the description of the 08 fix. I will follow your instructions by creating a new page. BTW, I did rename other pages and they worked competely fine. Strange to me. Okay, I’m going to try your fix now. I feel like my last resort is to create a new page altogether and recreate the page, but wondering if it still would be there?

    Thank you so much for helping me!
    Ashley

  9. Ashley says:

    Oh my gosh! The weirdest thing happened. I created a new page as you said…the same way I did it before from a “blank” template that came from the 1.0 themes, “modern” “blank”. It has a picture of a guys’ eyes with nothing else, but TEXT is written to the lower left side of the guys’ picture. And, what do you know, that was the title of the page “TEXT”. When I realized that was where it was pulling the name from, I changed it in the template and it changed in the title page after saving and publishing. Does all this make sense? It all happened when I used the template but then deleted the text box so could never fix it again. I’m sure I’d be better off creating a blank slate some other way, but not sure how. Pretty much I did everything on my own and just want a blank page to start with. This seems confusing as I write it, but makes sense to me. So, any ideas where you can get an absolutely blank page so I can avoid having a name I can never change again?
    Thanks!

  10. Ashley says:

    Since I don’t think I said this thoroughly enough last entry wanted to add a “thank you” again. I do appreciate it!
    Ashley

  11. Ashley says:

    Okay, so I’m sorry to post four times, but this is a mystery really solved for me now! I had not looked at the site on a PC until now when using bootcamp to go into my windows side and upon doing so realized that my fonts did not translate and that the REcommendation you were referring to was masked by the font I used. On my mac and iphone it was looking as I intended. I now know to go back in and change it. I think I see the other phantom writing you were seeing that never has shown up on anything else I’ve done. The whole site in general runs very sluggishly on the PC…kind of upsetting as it looked so great on my computer. Oh well. Thanks again for your help. Perhaps I still haven’t learned this correctly, but I’m catching on quickly to the snaffoos.
    Thanks!
    Ashley

  12. Rosco says:

    Hi Ashley!

    Wow – you’ve been busy. 🙂

    Well done on getting your problem sorted. I hope your 4 comments above can help others also!

    On the sluggish on PC issue – can you elaborate on this? Are the pages slow to load? Using IE or Firefox? Have you tried both? Do other sites load slowly on the PC (i.e. maybe it’s the PC not your site!). If you have decided it is the pc then it could be that you are using images that are a bit big in terms of file size…

    Try running your pages through this site: http://websiteoptimization.com/services/analyze/

    This will give you a report and tell you if there are any images, scripts, etc that are too big and slowing the site.

    I used to use iWeb myself for my site (i.e. the one you’re looking at right now) but I too found that it was a bit slow and rigid so I moved to WordPress which is fantastic and very easy to use.

    Rosco

  13. agneta says:

    Hi
    I have the same problem – can’t make it work with Iweb 09 and the Jave Script and I don’t understand how you solved it?

  14. Nick says:

    I’m having trouble too – the title won’t show up after publishing – having followed all the instructions. I’m using iWeb ’09. Any ideas?

  15. Rosco says:

    Hi guys…
    I’ve spent some time looking into iWeb ’09 which is apparently different from previous versions in the way it handles the Page Title.
    From what I can tell, iWeb takes the page title from three places as I’ve illustrated in this screenshot: http://www.flickr.com/photos/proposedsolution/3991367244/sizes/o/

    You can prove this yourself by simply adding a new page to your site and play with the default text containers it gives you. Try changing them, deleting the one I’ve marked 1st preference and watch your Page Title change to the 2nd Preference and so on…The 3rd Preference one is actually the Page’s Name/Label that is displayed in the left navigator and also in the Page’s Inspector box and this cannot be set to BLANK so this is your last place to change the Page Title.

    It looks like the javascript fix I’ve posted in this article only applies to versions prior to ’09 but I’m sure someone will find an alternative method.

    Hope this helps.

    Rosco

  16. Nick says:

    Hi Rosco,

    Have managed to get it working using this script – not sure if it is different, but it works now. Perhaps it is space sensitive or something – or just iWeb being buggy? Thanks for your help anyway!

    parent.document.title = ‘INSERT TITLE HERE’;

  17. Nick says:

    oops this comments box doesn’t allow javascript – therefore the script I used doesn’t show up here!

  18. Rosco says:

    Hi Nick, Thanks for your comments.
    Can you tell me where on your page do you have the HTML Snippet?

    Rosco

  19. Nick says:

    ***
    parent.document.title = ‘nickhinton.com: Songwriting, Music Composition, Arranging & Sound Design for Film, TV & Media’;
    ***

    about half way down the page on the left – x:45, y:496 to be exact! 😉

    I also have another HTML snippet running a Quicktime movie – which is above that on the page.

  20. Rosco says:

    Thanks for the response Nick.

    The reason I ask is because I believe placing the Snippet lower down the page will make it work as browsers read the page from left to right and top to bottom so placing the HTML snippet in a lower position than any of the iWeb containers that it reads by default should over-ride them.

    Thanks for your contribution. Hopefully this will help others with the same problem.

    Rosco

  21. Nick says:

    yes, I think that’s right – as my site will try to load the title “home” at first – you can see it load as default – and once everything has loaded, the javascript over-rides this title and the correct title shows up…

    Thanks for the tip!

  22. Carl says:

    Hi Rosco,
    Thanks for all your posts on this problem. My web-site has several pages. Most are ok, but the others behave IAW your 10/7/09 Flickr illustration post. Its interesting to note, that all my problem pages are either videos or photos, and all but one chose your preference #3. The rational for iWeb rejecting preference #1 is beyond me. Perhaps Apple can explain or fix this bug soon.

    Before I try your HTML snippet solution, I wanted to ask if anyone has considered RAGE’s (www.ragesw.com) “iWeb SEO Tool”. It’s free, well documented, and it appears to have simple provisions for editing individual iWeb page Titles. The PDF manual appears well written too.

  23. Helvetica says:

    Works great for me after replacing the single apostrophes with quote marks in both places so it looks like this: parent.document.title=”My Page Title” Thanks for the script. This was driving me crazy.

  24. Darren says:

    I can’t seem to get it to work. I’ve tried everything you guys are saying but its still not working. I’m using iWeb 08. Here is a link to the homepage I’m testing this one: http://web.me.com/dtessitore/ITD_Solutions/index.html

    Maybe because I have 7 other scripts running on this site.

  25. Pam says:

    Hi, Rosco,

    I could really use help too and was very excited to find your site. I have tried every variation I can think of in case my first understanding of the posts above was wrong, but I’m stuck. I will chose a real page title when I prove this will work for me, but since I have only a little experience with html and iWeb, I guess I need you to look at the source code for my home page. At the moment I tried to set up the title to just be “Wick”, and I wasn’t sure whether “parent.document.title” should be left as is, or changed to the title shown at the left in iWeb.

    I did search for the source code, and it doesn’t appear to be there, so I’m guessing that’s the problem, but I did hit “Apply” and can’t figure out what it could be. I successfully put other html on the page, but I remember some kind of odd thing when I did it.

    On a side note, I was using GoLive and was following the convention “/index.html” but this doesn’t seem to be the way to go with iWeb. I would think that a shorter web address is better, though…? I am also not sure that I have site publishing settings the way they should be, given the repetition evident below…

    This is a “hidden” portion of my website, by the way, thus the odd name:
    http://www.adimlyburningwick.com/review/temp/adimlyburningwick.com_review_temp/A_Dimly_Burning_Wick_Children.html

    Thank you!

  26. Pam says:

    A couple of related questions that occurred to me as I struggled on:
    Will the box appear on the screen or only affect the page title? (I’m not clear on this.)
    A lot of the sites I’ve found on how to prepare your site for search engines seem quite outdated – how long can the page title be?
    Also, how many characters in the front are likely to be picked up on screen in things like Google?
    Are their other ways with respect to text placement currently to get out information about your site clearly to the search engines? (My book covers a range of subjects, so just using a couple of words or a book title isn’t very adequate.)
    Also, is all this best done for every page, or just the homepage?
    Thank you so much!

  27. Pam says:

    This is the current page (disregard links above please).
    http://www.adimlyburningwick.com/wick/A_Dimly_Burning_Wick_-_Memoir_of_the_Children_in_the_Ruins_of_Hiroshima.html

    Also, is there any way to drop the folder from the url (“wick/” in the above example)?
    Thank you.

  28. John says:

    Hi,

    This solution was not working for me either, using iWeb ’09 v3.0.1. The problem was due to the use of the ticks, around both the example title text and text/javascript string. The ticks are a combination of backward and forward ticks. Once I replaced the ticks with double quotes, for both strings, it worked fine for me.

    parent.document.title=”My Page Title”

    Hope this works for you too.

    Regards,
    John

  29. John says:

    Just to be clear on my post above, in my case, the double quotes have to be around both the script type string and title, i.e.

    type=”text/javascript”

    parent.document.title=”My Page Title”

    Regards,
    John

  30. Dwight says:

    Hi, I’m using iweb 09 3.0.1 and the script above wasn’t working, then I entered this one from another forum and it worked:

    parent.document.title = ‘ya di da di da’;

    I don’t see a difference.. but it works, so whatever..

  31. Johan says:

    The double qoute ” around text/javascript and the title text works for me. Also leave a blank after the = but NOT before.

    Thanks a lot for this thread!

  32. Clay says:

    I’ve just used this method with iWeb ’09, and it worked perfectly (double quotation marks around the “My Page Title”.
    Thanks

  33. Doug says:

    Yep, the double quotes around both is the trick. Works great!

  34. Damian says:

    parent.document.title=\Insert title here\
    YAY double quotes around both works for me.. iWeb 09 Version 3.0.1..
    FINALLY!
    ugh..

  35. Kevin says:

    Great solution! Thanks so much!

  36. Randi says:

    Hi,
    Thanks for all your advice on this topic, but unfortunately, no matter what I do I cannot get the title page to change. I’ve used the Rage SEO and those title tags are visible only when my pages are loading, but when they land, I get an old title that was originally somehow created at the initial stages of this build. Can’t get rid of it and can’t figure out why. Any help would be appreciated greatly!!!!

    Thanks so much!

  37. Kevin says:

    Make sure you change ALL the single quotes to double quotes. It won’t work unless you do.

  38. Andrea Reed says:

    Amazing! I have been trying to figure this out for years! Thanks!!

  39. Michelle says:

    Great workaround once you get to the posts that point out replacing the double quotes! Thanks for posting this page and to all who made comments.

  40. tiepolo says:

    Hi,
    I’m just trying to do it but doesn’t work at all (at least when tested in local website,) I’ve try to move the html window everywhere but doenst’ work more…Could someone help me please and paste here ALL what should be in the html snippet with all mods done … I’m in iweb09.

    Thanks so much.

    1. Rosco says:

      Hey tiepolo…

      Have you uploaded your site to a server?

      If so, send me the link and I’ll take a quick look for you.

      R.

  41. Sonia Bass says:

    I too am having problems getting this method to work. I have used SEO Tool and published it straight to idisk, it works in the index.html when I click on the file but is not showing up on the live website?
    I would also like to get Keywords and meta tags working but thought, if I can’t even get the blimin title tags up i’m rather doomed!

    I have also just tried the javascript idea and that has not worked either.

    Am not hugely technical so am getting slightly frustrated. Can someone PLEASE PLEASE HELP!

    My site is used as an on-line Portfolio and to point clients to so has to be right!

  42. Rosco says:

    Hi Sonia, I was just looking at your site. What version of iWeb are you using? have you tried the various methods mentioned in this article and in the comments?

    What are you trying to make your title?

    R

  43. Sonia says:

    Hey Rosco

    I am using 3.0.2 (480) latest i think??? I have just tried the methods I mentioned above, but will keep looking at it.
    I just feel I am missing little pieces of knowledge and info. I really don’t have a clue about coding or the technical aspects so a little difficult. Did the site open ok and look correct out of interest Rosco?

    I will keep looking over this site to proactive while waiting for more info from you if you have any ideas..

    thanks Sonia 🙂

  44. Sonia says:

    Thanks for your reply, I have tried to reply but am having problems, SOOO sorry about this.

    When I submit it tells me i have made duplicate comment? Rosco could you leave an address I could email you on please? I won’t bombard you with on-going questions I promise.

    Thanks
    Sonia

  45. Nick says:

    Hi

    There is a much easier way to do this which doesn’t require any Javascript/HTML Snippets. All you need to do is make a duplicate text box with the desired page title and set the font color to 0% opacity.

    The page title is taken from the primary text box on each web page. If you have multiple text boxes on a page you can check which is the primary one by moving your mouse pointer over each box – the primary box will show a tool tip with the phrase: “Type a heading for the webpage here”. Once you have identified the primary text box, select it and make a copy of it. Don’t change the copy – this will be the original text you want to keep on the page. Now edit the text in the original primary text box to be just the page title you want – get rid of everything else (you can resize and reposition this box as you see fit). Now select this page title text, bring up the Fonts panel, click on the button which is labelled Text Color (3rd from the left at the top), and set the Opacity slider to 0%. Now the text should be invisible on the page. The end result of all this should be that your web page looks identical to before you started, expect that you now have an extra text box containing the invisible page title text. You can resize and reposition this – I put this at the top of each web page above the start of the main text.

    This approach doesn’t suffer from the page title overwrite delay quirks you get with the javascript approach.

    cheers,

    Nick

  46. Darren says:

    This is a really simple problem to fix. Open the file in a text editor and almost write at the top of you will see something like SOMETHING HERE.

    Just replace whatever you want at “SOMETHING HERE” and all will work! Save the file and and upload it to your website, replacing the one that iWeb made.

    Note though if you’re planning to do website updates often then Nick’s suggestion is a good one. But if it’s just a one time thing then this will take less than a minute.

    Darren

  47. Bill says:

    Thanks everybody! I couldn’t get the snippet to work either, using iWeb 3.0.1 but that primary text box copy idea from Nick here did the job. I am so glad I found this post, thanks.

  48. Ellie says:

    Hi guys, I am so confused! Please could someone help?
    I have my website up – Trufflepr.com but the title still comes up as ‘home’ when you do a search for Truffle PR on google. I’ve added a HTML snippet to each of the pages so that it comes up as something along the lines of ‘Truffle PR is London’s top PR agency for clients in the consumer and lifestyle sector’; I’ve changed the position of the widget from top left to bottom of the page and it’s still not changing.

    I’m going a little bit crazy trying to change it. Could someone please help? Will be so grateful when this is soted! Ellie

  49. Rosco says:

    Hi Ellie, Did you try the suggestion from Nick as an alternative to the HTML snippet? What version of iWeb are you using?

    R.

  50. Edan says:

    Hey Rosco, im also having trouble with this. Im not sure what version of iweb im using but my mac is pretty brand spanking new so i feel like its the newest.

    http://nettclean.com/Company_Info.html

    1. Rosco says:

      Hey Eden…

      What have you tried so far?

      R.

  51. Benedikt says:

    Hmm, i’m sorry, dosn’t work!
    I have placed the code everywhere on my site
    What i am doing wrong?

    1. jose says:

      I couldn’t get it to work either, and then I noticed a couple of the curly quotes in the line of code are curling in the wrong direction. Fix those and it should work.

  52. Justin says:

    I’ve gone through all the scenarios here as well and still can’t seem to get this to work on my end either. Can anyone assist?

    website is: Vueitvisor.com

    using iWeb version 3.0.3

    Thanks in advance!!

  53. Rosco says:

    Hi Justin, What’s your page title showing as and what do you want it to be? Is this happening on all pages?

    R.

  54. Sean P says:

    Using java is way to complex. An easier way is this :

    1. Open up TextEdit in Apps
    2. Open the HTML file, but MAKE SURE you tick ‘ignore rich text commands’
    3. The HTML opens up raw, simply change the text within the tags thus :

    whatever you want to appear

    Iweb will overwrite this when you edit the page, but simply do this again.

  55. Sean P says:

    Using java is way to complex. An easier way is this :

    1. Open up TextEdit in Apps
    2. Open the HTML file, but MAKE SURE you tick ‘ignore rich text commands’
    3. The HTML opens up raw, simply change the text within the tags thus :

    whatever you want to appear

    4. Upload this HTML file to your server.

    DONE.

    Iweb will overwrite this when you edit the page, but simply do this again.

  56. Sean P says:

    Oooops… sorry guys, the post got formatted. Ill try again.

    Using java is way to complex. An easier way is this :

    1. Open up TextEdit in Apps
    2. Open the HTML file, but MAKE SURE you tick ‘ignore rich text commands’
    3. The HTML opens up raw, simply change the text within the ” tags thus :

    ‘whatever you want to appear’

    4. Upload this HTML file to your server.

    DONE.

    Iweb will overwrite this when you edit the page, but simply do this again.

  57. Sean P says:

    !!! AAAGGGH.

    Thingy keeps thinking im posting HTML.

    Look for the TITLE tags, they are surrounded by less than and greater than symbols. In between them is the text that appears in the URL. Sorry for the posts dudes. I did try..

  58. Justin says:

    Thanks, I was able to get it to work after moving it around the page a few times. I appreciate the post.

  59. Jenny says:

    AAAH!
    I’m having the same issue and I’m totally not iweb savy.

    If you go on the website http://www.williamtravisjewelry.com you’ll notice that the heading “William Travis Jewelry” has a different font in the Collections tab. This is a “My Album” page. I can’t seem to change the title. It won’t even let me click on it. When I select All it does show the text box.

    The person that set it up is no longer working here so I’m not sure exactly what she did.

    Help!

    1. Rosco says:

      Hi Jenny…
      This is not the same problem as described in this post. The problem with the font is simply that you need change it within the page. Select the page in iWeb, then select the block of text and then click the A (Fonts) on the toolbar to reveal the fonts inspector.

      R.

      1. Jenny says:

        Rosco,
        It won’t let me click on the text box or edit it.

  60. Jason says:

    This is why you create a wordpress blog. What have you tried so far? It is probably an easy thing.

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  70. Peter says:

    I can not solve this “title” problem. I tried the double quotes and moving the snippet around.

    When I looked at the HTML code, the wrong title is not even there and the correct title seems not recognised at all because it doesn’t show in the in page source.

    I have version 3.0.4.

    Any other ideas I can try out?

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    Achieve Food Safety Management System Certification With the Help of ISO 22000 Consultancy

    The Food Industry is faced with a growing need to demonstrate its ability to control safety hazards and contamination. To overcome this major complications related to Food security ISO 22000 Consultancy helps in providing the Food Safety Management System (FSMS) Certification based on ISO guideline which is quickly becoming the accepted compliance standard for safe food production worldwide.The ISO 22000 FSMS Manual provides a framework to demonstrate compliance with applicable statutory and regulatory food requirements. By complying with ISO 22000:2005, a company demonstrates that their system meets the requirements established by suppliers, customers and other parties in the food chain and guards against contamination that may enter the food chain from multiple points.

    ISO 22000 Consultancy services for Food Safety allows any company to formulate best practices and optimal standards to establish a formal FSMS policy regardless of size or geography. Within this services identify and provide the guidance and the tools required to accurately and efficiently determine and specify the requirements of the organization.Implementing ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System with help of ISO 22000 Consultancy represents a major effort because ISO 22000 Consultancy is a leading food safety certification body provider, with accreditation for globally recognized programmes in food security system. ISO 22000 Consultancy specifies the requirements for a food management system that combines well-recognized key elements to ensure security along the food chain, up to the point of final consumption. The highly rich experienced auditors of this Consultancy can work with to guarantee products are produced, prepared, packaged, distributed and certified to the highest standards of food security. To improve processes and performance, which can help to grow business and become more efficient ISO 22000 food safety Consultancy specifies following requirements to an Organization-
    To plan, implement, operate, maintain and update a FSMS aimed at providing products that, according to their intended use, are safe for the consume,
    To demonstrate compliance with legal and regulatory requirements for safety,
    Evaluate and assess customer requirements and demonstrate compliance with customer requirements by agreement relating to food security, to improve customer satisfaction,
    Effectively communicate issues to their suppliers, customers and stakeholders in the food chain,
    To ensure that the organization conforms to its stated safety policy,
    To demonstrate such conformity to relevant interested parties, and
    To seek certification or registration of its food safety management system by an external organization, or make a self-assessment or self-declaration of conformity to ISO 22000:2005.

  81. Raza says:

    ISO certification produces numerous benefits for the business. An ISO certified company can meet the requirements of its customers in a more professional way, attracts new customers which results in more revenues, promotes its brand properly etc. With the help of ISO certification, you can improve your business through increased customer satisfaction. Nowadays, it has become a highly significant aspect for any business. This is why most customers intend to do business only with those companies that are ISO certified. To survive the tough competition, you need to establish long term relations with your customers and, in this regard, ISO certification can play a highly significant role.ISO consultants play an important role in getting a business/company ISO certified. It takes a lot of wise decision-making to select the most suitable consultant. While selecting and finalizing an expert, the very first thing to be taken into account is their experience and capability enough to meet your requirements. After experience and capability, check out the variety of products and services the company offers. An ISO Consultant Company that offers guarantee of their products and services would be a great choice. When you approach ISO consultants to get the ISO certification, you need to be in very close contact with during the assessment process. The basic function of ISO consultants is streamlining the process to get ISO certified. After understanding the business requirements, they act as expert and guide the company through the professional process by highlighting the steps needed to be taken to comply with the international quality management standard. They also help and guide the businesses to put the action plan in effect fulfilling the requirements needed for the certification.

    Once you have hired the ISO consultants, their team pays a visit to your office and map out your quality management processes to make changes to the administration and assessment process. Generally they provide the business with a huge manual detailing all of your processes highlighting and explaining where the business needs to be improved to achieve the certification. With the passage of time, the working of ISO consultant has changed to a large extent as they carry out a gap analysis within a week, 2 to 4 days to be more specific. The gap analysis is the comparison of all of your current processes and the requirements needed for the certificates. The certification manual describes the details of your quality management procedures, the aims and goals for your quality management systems, the quality policy of the business and some other documentation. Once you have made the required changes your organizational system that best comply with ISO certification requirements, these consultants are more than happy to award your company with the ISO certification.

  82. Role of ISO 13485 in the Health Sector

    The health care sector is vastly dependent on the state of the art medical devices. Therefore, any compromise on the quality and safety of medical devices is simply out of the question. A medical device could be an instrument or a machine, an implant or in vitro reagent used in medical institutions for diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of any ailment or medical condition. ISO 13485 is an internationally accepted ISO standard that lays down the requirements for quality management systems that is specific to the medical device industry. This includes organizations that scheme and develop, manufacture, and are service providers of installation and maintenance of medical devices, as well as the manufacturers of their integrant or materials.Organizations in the medical device industry need to adhere to stringent quality practices throughout the product cycle of the medical device. The main aim of ISO 13485 standard is to enable synchronized quality management system requirements within the medical sector. The standard was first published in the year 1996 and more recently the improved version published more recently in 2016. ISO 13845: 2016 is more proactive to the latest QMS practices as well as responsive to the changes in latest technology. The new version also stresses more on risk management as well as accelerated regulatory requirements for organizations in the medical sector supply chain.

    Your organization’s conformity with ISO 13485 can help open doors to domestic and international business opportunities along with benefits like:1) Access to market expansion – National regulatory authorities strongly prefer manufacturers who have a third-party certified management system for marketing medical products in their countries. Investing in such a QMS accelerates entry into those countries that demands the same, and facilitates market entry into the others.2) Cost saving – Being ISO 13485 certified, your company demonstrates trust and commitment to quality. Because the time-consuming procedure of explaining the specifics and demonstrating the effectiveness of your quality system becomes effortless, it takes less time to earn your prospective customers’ credibility and confidence. You also save on costs by minimizing product failures at inception stage.3) Overall performance – Based on a consistent and universally accepted standard of process control, your company’s certified management system helps you to radically improve your products and services. This can promote harmonious relationships with your partners, suppliers, and customers while offering you a competitive advantage in the marketplace.

    Conclusion: ISO 13485 replaces earlier documents like EN 46001 & 46002, It’s predecessors like the 1996 and 2003 versions, and ISO 13488. ISO 13485 certifications are valid until 3 to 4 years or till another version gets published. Companies usually take around 5 to 7 months to implement this standard from the start till the certification process is complete, but may vary depending on factors such as the size of business, geographical location, and complexity of the operations.

  83. Achieve Energy Challenges With the Help of ISO 50001 Consultancy

    Effective energy management isn’t just good for business; it’s also becoming a requirement now a days. And the best way to achieve Energy Management System Certification is with ISO 50001 Consultancy. This international standard outlines energy management practices that are considered to be the best, globally to overcome energy challenges.Targeting broad applicability across national economic sectors, it is estimated that the standard could influence up to 60% of the world’s energy use. So here ISO 50001 Consultancy provided to get more and more benefits and reduce costs for all organizations from large and small, in both public and private sectors, in manufacturing and services, in all regions of the world. The main goal of ISO 50001 is to provide public and private sector organizations with management strategies to increase efficiency by reducing costs and improve performance.

    Certification provided with the help of ISO 50001 Consultancy is based on the ISO management system model familiar to more than one million organizations worldwide who implement standards such as ISO 9001 (quality management), ISO 14001 (environmental management), ISO 22000 (food safety), ISO 27001 (information security). These features enable organizations to integrate energy management now with their overall efforts to improve quality, environmental management and other challenges addressed by their management systems.ISO 50001 Consultancy specifies Organizations that they must integrate an energy management system within the organization in conjunction to establish and instigate an energy policy, objectives, targets, and action plans, which take into account of legal requirements and information related to significant energy use to deal with major problems occurs related to energy system.ISO 50001 consultancy provides a framework of requirements enabling organizations to –
    Develop a policy for more efficient use of energy
    Fix targets and objectives to meet the policy
    Use data to better understand and make decisions concerning energy use and consumption
    Measure the results
    Review the effectiveness of the policy
    Continually improve energy management.
    One of the biggest shifts that found within ISO 50001 Consultancy is that it is result of going through energy management system of various Organizations, improves energy performance, and gets major aspects certified under a third party. Among this kind of initial feedback including the benefits of having a cross-functional plant management team from the global clients goes beyond for operations or engineering means management system that becomes a shared responsibility, and that makes it much easier to incorporate significant changes in use.

  84. SO Consultants’ Services – Essential to Any Small or Large Industry

    International Organization for Standardization or ISO is an autonomous, non-governmental membership group and the largest creator of the voluntary International Standards in the world. International Standards can make things work and provide the first-class specifications for goods, services or the systems, to ensure the quality, security and effectiveness. This group has brought out over 19,500 International Standards including almost every business, from technology, to safety of food, agriculture and also healthcare. These International Standards can impact everyone, in all places.In the realization of the best management system, some of the organizations are found to depend on their own staff but some make use of the services of any external ISO consultant. The responsibility of a ISO Consultant is to make sure that the ultimate management system is able to meet the planned objectives of organizations in the most efficient and successful way. Even while hiring the services of any such consultant, the concern and dedication of the organizations’ top management are major factors for recognition of a quality management system.

    A competent consultant would always be ethical, adaptable, observant, communicative, responsible, decisive, sensible and ISO certified professional. The ISO consultant must also have knowledge of the legal and regulatory requirements related to the companies’ activities, as well as practical information of the organization’s systems, products and also customer expectations before starting the consulting services.The task of any genuine ISO Consultancy -The major duties of these ISO Consultants are summed up here -1. ISO consultants can write an overly complicated or elaborate ISO 9001 quality manual along with quality procedures.2. Such ISO Consultant Services would recognize the work in areas, which comprise marketing, management as well as accounting.3. They assist in improving the businesses through evaluating weaknesses and suggesting solutions.4. Their task may consist of reviewing fiscal statements, assessing competitors and examining business practices.5. When the research is accomplished, these consultants can build up a new business model or arrange recommendations and offer them.6. They would make a plan and then carry out an audit in contract with the process as per ISO 19011: 2002. Moreover, they gather intention confirmation by way of diverse techniques and decide on conventionality to the requirements of the Quality Management System.

    ISO is beneficial to all SMEsISO standards help the industries to find new markets for the goods and make the production and managing of materials more protected. Moreover, this kind of standards can make market access easier, especially for SMEs, because of the reduced cost and time to the market. ISO standards can also improve the brand recognition and offer customers the assurance that a technology is tested and dependable. Besides, in any business, it is always seen that scalability is essential if they are to speed up production and contend with the big players in the market; ISO 9001, ISO 14001 can give them the process control to perform that.

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