ISO 9001:2000 registration for Cirrus Research

UK: Noise measurement equipment design and development company Cirrus Research has achieved registration to internationally recognised internal quality management standard ISO 9001:2000. The UK-based company has earned the right to display the BSI logo following an independent assessment by the UK's leading certification body, BSI, reports David Davies.
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UK: Noise measurement equipment design and development company Cirrus Research has achieved registration to internationally recognised internal quality management standard ISO 9001:2000. The UK-based company has earned the right to display the BSI logo following an independent assessment by the UK's leading certification body, BSI, reports David Davies.

The ISO 9001:2000 standard - one of a globally recognised family maintained by ISO (the International Organisation for Standardisation) and administered by various accreditation and certification bodies - reflects commitment to customer service and quality. In Cirrus' case, the standard applies to the design, manufacture, supply, service and re-calibration of a wide range of sound and noise measuring and monitoring instrumentation. In particular, it is said to focus on the assessment, management and continuous improvement of Cirrus' business processes.

"We are particularly pleased to have achieved ISO 9001:2000 certification as it underlines our commitment to our customers and our focus on quality. This recognition demonstrates we can provide a quality product from quotation to delivery," said Daren Wallis, managing director of Cirrus Research. "This achievement was a direct result of the entire company working together effectively to develop and maintain the excellent quality standards we have to achieve customer satisfaction, standardisation, and continuous improvement of our internal processes. With ISO 9001:2000 certification, we have established our Quality Management System with global recognition that will enable us to achieve long-term excellence and success."

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