ISO 9001:2015 Accreditiation

Network are pleased that, following the recent audit, our ISO 9001:2015 accreditation for quality systems has been confirmed for another year.

The international standard ISO 9001:2015 specifies requirements for a quality management system. network use this as the standard to demonstrate the ability to consistently provide our services that meet customer and regulatory requirement and give confidence to our clients that work is undertaken the correct way.

We conduct frequent internal audits to ensure our protocols are fit for purpose and fully compliant, our systems are also scrutinised by an external auditor who approves the accreditation.

We first secured our ISO accreditation in 2011 following months of preparation. Creating workflow charts and compiling documents like risk registers, issue logs and improvement records takes time but, having done the legwork and thoroughly tested the outcomes, we soon realised ISO accreditation would be a massive plus for the business. And so it’s proved.

It gives our clients the certainty that their work is being processed professionally and transparently. It also opens doors to new business opportunities because having ISO accreditation is a necessary hygiene filter for many corporates.

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