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  • ISO 9001:2015 Update – Tips for the Transition

    Here is the good news: ISO is adopting the same “high level structure” for its ISO 9001-based standards. Now each time a standard is revised, it will consist of the same 10 sections as all the others. This approach is going to make it much easier to integrate multiple management systems.


  • Quality Management – ISO 9001

    Whether you’re new to quality management systems or need to transition to the ISO 9001:2015 revision, IES experts can help with ISO 9001 certification via onsite or classroom training. The ISO 9001 standard provides guidance and tools to ensure products and services consistently meet customers’ requirements.


  • Building a Better Process

    Gaston County machine shop, Dallas Machine Company, Inc., wanted to compete globally, and to do business with larger, more established companies. To rise to those new levels, it needed more effective quality management processes, and decided to seek
    ISO 9001 certification.


  • Columbus McKinnon Lifts Quality Standard

    Competing in the world of material handling systems and services requires not only the know-how to produce complex hoists, actuators, and cranes, but also the business processes to ensure consistent quality across a range of products. It was the movement of new product lines, coupled with the desire to reach broader overseas markets, which prompted a North Carolina-based Columbus McKinnon facility to seek ISO 9000 certification, the international quality standard.


  • Tempering Everything but Quality

    With a need to standardize work instructions and develop a more cohesive environment within the company, Dynamic Systems enhanced customer satisfaction and created a more cohesive company environment with ISO 9001.