Boulting, Manx Telecom, Omega Plastic Groups and RanaWorks choose Lloyd’s Register for their professional assurance services.

Boulting, Manx Telecom, Omega Plastic Groups and RanaWorks choose Lloyd’s Register for their professional assurance services.

Achieving certification to some of the world’s most widely-recognized international management system standards requires strategic planning, a strong internal team effort, coupled with a close working relationship with an independent and recognized provider of professional assurance services such as Lloyd’s Register.

These are just some of our clients whose achievements headlined in the recent weeks:

Boulting achieves ISO 9001:2015 certification

Engineering solutions provider, Boulting has achieved ISO 9001:2015 for its quality management system (QMS) that ensures a consistently outstanding service for its clients.

“At Boulting, we strive to deliver the most innovative and forward-thinking solutions to the highest quality standards,” explained Gavin Punshon, quality and environment director at Boulting. “The systems and procedures we have developed have not only been a benefit to our customers, but have also helped to further enhance senior management involvement. This has led to an increased understanding of requirements across all levels of the organization.

Manx Telecom retains ISO 9001 certification

Manx Telecom has been awarded the latest version of quality certification, ISO 9001:2015 following a rigorous assessment by Lloyd’s Register, the world's leading provider of independent assessment services and is recognized by more than 50 accreditation bodies.

The latest re-certification assessment was completed over five days by two assessors from Lloyd’s Register. They examined Manx Telecom’s processes and procedures in all areas of the business to make sure that the rigorous ISO standards were being met.

Omega Plastic Groups receives global automotive excellence standard

The Omega Plastics Group (OPG), leading has received IATF 16949 accreditation for its facility in Hartlepool following a rigorous assessment process conducted by Lloyd’s Register.

Paul Anderson, Group Quality Manager at Omega Plastics Group says, “The new certification merges standards from across Europe and the USA and details best practice requirements for designing, developing, manufacturing, installing and servicing in the automotive sector.

“OPG had to undergo a full, third-party audit of its quality management systems and processes at Hartlepool, which took around seven days to complete and covered all of our procedures from materials being delivered, through the manufacturing process to delivery and customer satisfaction.

With all the major international standards and schemes being revised, we are at the forefront of communicating the changes. We offer a range of assessment services as well public and on-site training courses, all aimed at helping to ensure that organizations worldwide have a smooth transition to the new standards.