MDMC - International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
The ISO 9000 family of standards represents an international consensus of good management practices with the aim of ensuring that the organization can time and time again deliver the product or services that meet the client’s quality requirements.
What is ISO 9001?
 
ISO 9001 is defined as the international standard that specifies requirements for a quality management system (QMS).  Organizations use the standard to demonstrate the ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements, regardless of what the organization does, its size, or whether it’s in the private or public sector.
 
Why ISO?
 
  • Meet Customer Requirements
  • Get More Revenue and Business from New Customers
  • Improve Company and Product Quality
  • Increase Customer Satisfaction with your Products
  • Describe, Understand, and Communicate Your Company Processes
  • Develop a Professional Culture and Better Employee Morale
  • Improve the Consistency of Your Operations
  • Focus Management and Employees
  • Improve Efficiency, Reduce Waste, and Save Money
  • Achieve International Quality Recognition
Qualification/Registration.
 
In 2001 MDMC was initially qualified to ISO 9002:1994.  In 2002 MDMC achieved world-class recognition by becoming the first complete ground force maintenance depot to become registered to ISO 9001:2000.

MDMC’s commitment to ISO requires a stringent re-certification audit every three years to remain certified.   MDMC also undergoes semi-annual surveillance audits to demonstrate sustainment of the QMS.

Every six to seven years the ISO Standard is updated, requiring us to demonstrate our conformance to the new requirements.  MDMC is certified to the current ISO 9001 standard.

 

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