Stroma Certification has launched a new certification scheme to assuring quality management for businesses.
The scheme, ISO 9001:2008 (Quality Management Systems), offers businesses the opportunity to comply with a recognised quality standard at an affordable price.
The ISO can be taken with one of Stroma’s other approved ISO Certification schemes for installers and assessors as part of a package. This means that compliance can be gained in the same assessment scheme.
Certification under the scheme ensures a product or service meets both regulations and the high standards and provides a recognised standard for a company to display to customers.
ISO Certifications are internationally recognised and provide SMEs – including those involved in construction and the built environment – with the opportunity to compete with larger corporations.
For ISO 9001:2008, Stromas’s independent audit team review the technical and legal aspects of an organisation as it relates to the standard.
Matt Ferguson, Managing Director, said: “I’m delighted that Stroma Certification is able to provide our new ISO 9001 Certification scheme. By choosing Stroma, organisations can save time, money and find a process which allows certification against a recognised quality standard.”
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