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ISO 9001 re-accreditation for Samson

Samson Materials Handling Ltd has successfully achieved re-accreditation of the international quality management system ISO 9001.
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Based in Ely, UK, Samson has also transitioned from the old 2008 to the newly recognised 2015 standard.

“ISO 9001:2015 is an internationally recognised quality management system,” said Samson. “The ISO 9001 standard demonstrates commitment to quality, customer focus and continuous improvement. “In order to obtain this accreditation, an organisation must demonstrate its ability to satisfy the requirements of the customer in addition to any statutory and regulatory requirements. Samson achieved this new standard without any non-conformances being identified.”

Pictured (from left to right): Dale Lockley (Samson managing director), Richard Wynn (trainee auditor, Alcumus ISOQAR), Emma Barton (Samson HR manager and ISO compliance), Daren Basson (auditor, Alcumus ISOQAR) and Peter Jones (quality consultant).

 

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