UK: WFS Technologies Receives ISO 9001: 2008 Certification

WFS reports that following a successful independent audit by The British Assessment Bureau (BAB) – WFS has for the 3rd year running, been awarded ISO 9001: 2008 certification. This internationally recognized prestigious award for quality management is an international standard in use worldwide as a benchmark for quality. 

BAB certifies organisations to recognised standards like ISO 9001 (quality management) and ISO 14001 (environmental management) and provides a range of associated training. The BAB brand is revered as a hallmark for quality and rigour. From Government agencies to owner-managed businesses, BAB’s clients depend on their systems and services to measure, test and monitor the competence and performance of their people and processes.

“WFS has experienced rapid growth in recent years, delivering standard and custom products to customers world-wide. The quality of our products and services are of the utmost importance to our customers and to the success of our business. We are pleased that WFS’s quality systems continue to meet the high standards required for ISO 2001:2008 certification” commented Brendan Hyland, Chairman of WFS Technologies.

Subsea World News Staff , January 19, 2012;  Image: WFS Technologies

 

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