Quality management

The ISO 9001 for quality management systems is probably the best known default standard. Globally, more than one million companies have already been certified according to the internationally applicable standard. The process-oriented approach of this standard is individually applied across industries to both small and large companies. At the same time, thanks to its uniform structure, the ISO 9001 can be excellently combined with other standards (e.g. ISO 14001, ISO 50001, OHSAS 18001) to form an integrated management system. The increasing complexity of business life due to national and international market requirements, as well as the increasing density of laws and directives presents great challenges to company managers. Companies have to prepare for these volatile conditions of global markets. Especially here, as many studies have found, an effective quality management system which is implemented on all levels of the company structure, can be of great assistance as a seismograph for market and trade currents. A certified QM system according to ISO 9001, acting as the cockpit for operational (risk) management, also creates organisational and legal company stability (corporate governance).

A certified and modern quality management system offers decisive competitive advantages and opportunities for your company:

  • Increased customer satisfaction
  • Creation of customer trust
  • Development of new markets or securing of existing market shares
  • Improvement of internal and external communication
  • Continuous improvement of processes
  • (Risk) management system with regard to organisational fault and product liability

 

Certification in 5 steps

1.Recording of the company data 2.Creation of quotation and contract (Certification Agreement) 3.Competent inspection at your company premises 4.Report 5.Issuing of certificate

As an accredited certification body our auditors are available to you for the entire certification process.