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28th September 2022 Issue no. 624
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DOM UK awarded ISO 9001:2015 QMS certification
By meeting the extensive criteria and internationally recognised mark of quality, DOM UK proves its commitment to consistently delivering quality outcomes for partners, suppliers and employees. Mr Paul Hill Supply Chain & Quality Manager at DOM UK states:
"We have a firm belief and commitment towards delivering quality outcomes for all stakeholders."
By achieving the ISO 9001:2015 certification, DOM UK has demonstrated that it will work tirelessly to meet the quality standards that it's partner network, suppliers, and all stakeholders expect. With this certification, people and processes have been vetted against rigid quality standards outlined by ISO.
The world's most popular quality management system standard, ISO 9001:2015 helps organisations like DOM prove their ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer applicable statutory and regulatory requirements. Obtained through thorough, extensive external audits performed by BSI, a world-class ISO certification organisation and an independent accredited registrar company, the certification aims to enhance customer satisfaction through the practical application of a company's system, including processes for continual review and improvement.
"Being rewarded this award by BSI we here at DOM have certainly raised the bar" added Operations Director Mrs Lyn Dyson "It is our utmost priority to ensure both quality product and quality service are achieved and maintained at all times, being able to ensure this we are able to promote mechanical and electronic locking solutions with enhanced protection and security for environments such as healthcare, education, leisure, residential and private housing association and many other environments".
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