Quality and Environmental Standards Assured
To ensure that its clients remain ahead of the game, ISQA maintains a watchful eye over its own performance. Only by attending to the stringent international precepts outlined by ISO 9001 for Quality Management and ISO 14001 for Environmental Management, can it remain in a market-leading position.
- Quality Management is a vital business improvement tool that allows ISQA to be regarded as a resilient, flexible and sustainable model, capable of working efficiently and productively with its clients, stakeholders and the supply chain. ISO 9001:2015 demonstrates a strong corporate governance that impresses and satisfies at all levels of its endeavours. In practice, it wins client support, expands the business footprint, makes it tender competitive, streamlines operations and saves money. ISQA achieved the ISO 9001:2008 certification not long after establishing the business. Adopting the latest ISO 9001:2015 standard is not just a revision but also forward looking.
- Environmental Management is a business essential that not only reduces the environmental impact of our business by way of judicious waste management but also grapples with our clients’ issues. It improves an already powerful business ethos by enhancing the reputation of ISQA, engaging with both internal and client’s staff, building resistance to uncertainty, demonstrating outstanding resilience, as well as highlighting flexibility. ISO 14001:2015 standard provides a positive and finance ringfencing model that reduces environmental impact. However, it also improves emergency responses, highlights customer expectations and develops waste reduction policies that improve community relationships. ISQA satisfied ISO 14001:2015 credentials during 2018.
Creating friction-free situations for our clients in Tiers 1 and 2 manufacturing, OE and the supply chain, is the prerequisite for ISQA. We entertain and embrace the challenges geared towards attaining perfection for our clients and we know the routes outlined to achieve that status. We use our detached and dispassionate position both positively and empathetically.