A Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) is a cryptographically secure key issued by certifying authorities (CAs) to validate and verify the identity of the person who holds this certificate. DSCs are predominantly issued and utilized when businesses need to digitally sign documents online, securely authenticate the signature, and validate the signed copy.
DSC is a statutory requirement for submitting various forms to the Government of India. DSC uses public – key encryption for the creation of a signature. A digital signature certificate will be embedded in electronic documents, emails, and other digitally transmitted documents. These signatures provide and enhance security using encryption technology.
The controller of Certifying Authority issues Digital Signature Certificate in India. The office of the Controller Agencies to give DSCs to persons seeking the same. EMudhra is one of the Certifying Authorities that issue the Digital Signature Certificate in India.
Legalstartup can help you obtain an eMudhra Class 3 Digital Signature Certificate in India with a validity of 2 Years and a secure USB token. No need to submit your documents manually or through a courier because the application process will be completely online. All the Digital Signatures are provided with a FIPS-compliant epass USB token to protect the Signature until the end of a validity.
Class 3 Digital Signature Certificate
Class 3 DSC is the most secure certificate with a signature and encryption certificate. Legalstartup will help you get the Class 3 DSC with an encryption certificate and a USB token; it can be used for encryption and signing. A signature certificate is used to sign a document while an encryption certificate is used to encrypt the data. Class 3 DSCs will be issued to individuals and companies/organizations.
Class 3 Digital Signature can be used for many purposes such as MCA e-filing. Income Tax e-filing, e-Tendering, LLP registration, GST application. IE code registration, Form 16, patent and trademark e-filing, customs e-filing, e-Procurement, e-Bidding, e-Auction and more
Class 3 DSC for Individual
Legalstartup can help individuals to obtain Class 3 Digital Signature with Epass Token. The authorized person can attach DSC to documents that are submitted electronically. It guarantees the confidentiality and validity of electronically supplied records.
Class 3 DSC for Company/Organization
Class 3 DSC is valid for companies. NGOs, trusts, government departments, and organizations. Legalstartup can help you achieve an eMudhra Class 3 DSC for companies issued to authorize the signatory of any company.
Renewal of Class 3 DSC
According to Controller of Certification Agencies (CCA) guidelines, renewing Digital Signatures requires fresh identity verification. You can renew your Class 3 DSC by following the same process as buying a new Digital Signature Certificate on the Legalstartup website.
- You can apply for DSC renewal through our website once it is expired or before the expiry date.
- Pricing for renewal remains the same as buying a new DSC through our website.
Documents Required for Class 3 Digital Signature with epass Token
- PAN Card Copy
- Passport Copy
- Electricity bill
- Gas Bill
- Aadhar Card
- Passport Size Photo
ISO 14001 sets the criteria for environmental management systems and what can be certified. It sets a framework that a company or organization can follow to establish an effective environmental management system.
Here are the six main elements of EMS according to the ISO 14001 standard: Environmental Policy.
- Environmental policy. Clearly outline environmental policy. ,
- Plan. ,
- Execution. ,
- Study and correct. ,
- Management Review. ,
- Continuous Improvement
Stages of ISO 14001 Certification
- Learn about the ISO 14001 standard.
- Access control
- Perform an ISO 14001 preliminary environmental review and gap analysis.
- Plan your ISO 14000 project.
- Train your organization on ISO 14001.
- Document your ISO 14001 Environmental Management System
- Implement your EMS and conduct business.
- Audit your EMS.
Achievement of environmental objectives. ISO 14001:2015 applies to any organization, regardless of size, type and nature, and applies to the environmental aspects of its activities, products and services that the organization determines from a life cycle perspective or So can control or influence.
6 months to 2 years
The average time taken to design, implement and certify for ISO 14001 can take anywhere from 6 months to 2 years, depending on the size and complexity of the organization. It is therefore essential to have a reliable hand guiding and recording every step of the process.
- Finalization of Consultant/Training Agency for ISO 14001 2015 Certification.
- Take training on ISO 14001 2015 standard requirements.
- Identify the deficiencies in the existing system against the requirements of ISO 14001 2015 and take necessary action to comply with the identified deficiencies.