R. STAHL Australia Pty Ltd is pleased to announce it has been awarded the AS/NZS ISO 9001:2008 Management System certificate by the Simtars Certification Registrar in Redbank, Queensland for both the distribution and assembly of control, measuring, operating, energy distribution and lighting appliances and systems for areas with explosion hazards.
AS/NZS ISO 9001:2008 certification is based on quality management principles including strong customer focus, motivation and implication of top management, the process approach, and continual improvement and review. It is R. STAHL Australia’s goal is to be the best hazardous area solutions supplier and to be in the forefront of industry in Australia and New Zealand.
R. STAHL Australia Pty Ltd is committed to providing the highest quality hazardous area technology, but also the lifecycle services to support this. Being ISO certified means our customers can have confidence that R. STAHL Australia is committed to quality and outstanding customer service.
“We are very satisfied with the outcome of attaining AS/NZS ISO 9001:2008 certification which validates the rigorous process that we perform in delivering the industry’s best solutions,” says John Zagame, Managing Director of R. STAHL Australia. “It means that quality is not just an ideology, but a reality for us as a subsidiary of a highly regarded global manufacturer. AS/NZS ISO 9001:2008 certification reflects our commitment to quality and to the Oceania region.”
About Simtars – a business unit of Queensland Governments Department of Natural Resources
Simtars (Safety in Mines Testing and Research Station) is a business unit of the Queensland Governments Department of Natural Resources. Simtars has clients around Australia as well as overseas in the Asia – Pacific region, China, India and North America. Their Engineering, Testing and Certification Centre (ETCC) provides specialised testing, certification and calibration services for electrical and mechanical equipment and instrumentation used in hazardous (explosive atmospheres) and industrial environments.
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