Congratulations to Spectrum Safety Ltd who have successfully implemented the ISO 9001:2015 Standard. Based at Holmewood, Derbyshire the company passed their audit by Certification Body BSI Group in September 2017.
Alister Constantine, Director at Spedan Ltd, worked with the management team to ensure that the Quality Management System is thorough yet practical for the needs of the business.
Managing Director of Spectrum Safety, Simon Oldacre said today,
"We are delighted to get certified and found the process of implementation of ISO9001:2015 actually very painless. Our consultants Spedan Ltd, explained and worked with us each step of the way from considering our business context, revising and updating our Quality Manual and process maps, to successfully passing the audit.”
Spectrum Safety Ltd has been established since 2000 and specialise in the UK distribution of competitively priced business consumables including PPE, branded clothing and janitor products. They also provide hazardous waste management services.
As a team, they are highly focused on providing quality products and customer service with an extensive stock holding and next day delivery capability.
Growth has come from Spectrum Safety’s knowledge of the marketplace in a landscape of legislative changes, and an evolving workplace environment and attitude to Health & Safety.
Simon added that;
“There is a clear link to our attitude towards quality and customer service and having a formal assessment to the ISO9001 Standard. Having a Quality framework for Continuous Improvement will help us get even better at servicing our loyal and growing customer base, where more are asking for the reassurance of third party certification.”
Interested in how Spectrum Safety Ltd can help you. Then contact the team at Holmewood on 01246 852000 or email@example.com. For further information, visit their Website.
Spectrum Safety are one of many clients that Spedan Ltd has helped with implementation of ISO 9001:2015. Contact us now on 01908 255525 to talk through your own project, or drop us a line.