DMC POWER IS ISO9001:2008 CERTIFIED
DMC Power recently passed an extensive audit of our quality management system in compliance with the most current version of ISO9001:2008. This thorough audit was conducted at our facilities in Gardena, California, by PRI, a reputed third party registrar, reviewed all parts of the business activity and quality procedures.
DMC Power received high marks in implementing, maintaining and continuously improving all areas of our business. Our overall system is rated “very effective”, with additional recognition received for the active involvement of management in maintaining our quality systems.
What does this mean for you?
Studies have shown that implementing ISO9001 leads to superior operational performance. Creating a more efficient, effective operation from top to bottom and increasing these efficiencies allows us to offer the highest quality product in the industry. By calibrating our operations to run at their peak and reducing waste, we’re able to pass on the cost savings and offer our fittings at the most competitive price possible.
Following these standards leads us to increased customer satisfaction and retention. Setting and achiving stringent guidelines is not easy, but our hardwork and commitment to manufacturing the best connection system ultimately makes our customers jobs easier and keeps us with satisfied customers for life.
What is ISO9001?
ISO9001 is a quality standard maintained by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and is administered by independent accreditation and certification bodies. Companies wishing to meet ISO requirements must demonstrate they consistently provide products that meet customer, statutory and regulatory requirements and have a system in place to enhance customer satisfaction through continual process improvement and the assurance of conformity to requirements.
ISO rules are updated periodically to accommodate changes in the business environment; some of the updated requirements include:
- Procedures that cover all key practices in the business
- Monitoring those procedures to ensure effectiveness
- Keeping adequate records
- Checking output for defects, and implementing corrective actions as needed to Prevent recurrence if defects are found
- Periodic review of the overall quality management system and the processes within the system to measure effectiveness
- Implementing a continuous improvement program