South Windsor, CT – July, 2003 – Meyer Gage, a manufacturer of Fixed Limit Gages has announced the successful upgraded to ISO 9001:2000 which utilizes the process approach, the employees understand that they have to work together to satisfy both internal and external customers in all our processes. We Plan, Do, Check, Act, to continuously improve the effectiveness of our manufacturing process, that has earned us ISO 9001:2000 Certification from TUV Management Services, a world leader in certification activities, for all of its South Windsor facilities. The certification attests that Meyer facilities meet the internationally accepted standards of quality assurance in its management and service procedures.
James Meyer President and John Meyer Vice President, enthusiastically announced the certification to their employees. “We know that the Meyer way has always been a joint effort where every employee seeks to achieve the highest level of quality at all times.”
“We have always had a system in place of comprehensive documentation for procedures, practices, forms, drawings, and similar controlling documentation that affects product quality. Its gratifying to see our processes adapted to international procedure standards.”
Meyer Gage is one of the world’s leading producers of ZZ and X pin gages. Meyer reliability is based on dedication to plug gage manufacturing, continuing investment in state of the art equipment, and a comprehensive quality assurance inspection program.
What is ISO 9000 and what does it do.
The International Organization developed the ISO 9000 series of standards for Standardization (ISO), a federation of national standards bodies from some 130 countries based in Geneva, Switzerland. The ISO’s primary function is to develop guidelines for effective management systems, which in turn can serve as a framework for continuous improvement. The ISO 9000 family represents a consensus on good management practices, which is an accepted business standard in more than 90 countries. ISO 9001:2000 is among the most comprehensive and difficult certificates to obtain, requiring careful documentation of all quality management procedures and evidence of a consistent system in conformance with international standards. ISO 9001:2000 specifies audits by third-party registrars for initial registration and continued compliance.