New York — Feb. 9
Michael C. Fina, an employee-recognition company, has successfully recertified its ISO 9001 Quality Management System for the fifth consecutive year for adhering to the International Organization for Standardization’s (ISO) quality standards.
The ISO is a worldwide federation of 110 national standard bodies.
“We are pleased that Michael C. Fina meets the requirements to be an ISO 9001 Certified company,” Vice President Michael A. Fina said. “It’s an honor to know that our management system has achieved this distinction for the past five years.
“The efficiency and organization of our employees enables us to meet ISO 9001 standards. This truly has improved our productivity and efficiency within our organization.”
“Michael C. Fina was the first company in its industry to adhere to ISO operating processes, which led it to receive ISO 9001 certification.
The company just completed its 10th semiannual external audit.
Michael C. Fina continually reviews its processes and performs internal audits every six months of all 19 elements required by ISO to be considered an ISO 9001 Registered Quality Management System.
ISO 9001 is a family of ISO quality management guidelines that was developed to create a framework of internationally recognized management standards.
The ISO standards are maintained by ISO and administered by accreditation and certification bodies.
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