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Quality Management System


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Quality Management System (QMS) is that part of our overall business system which implements our Quality Policy, establishes procedures for delivering services which meet or exceed customer expectations, and satisfies external quality system requirements. The QMS includes the policies, procedures, organizational structure, requirements and responsibilities for achieving our quality policy. The foundation for our QMS is found in our company’s stated values, beliefs and culture.
This Quality policy and its associated procedures establish and document the means by which we implement, maintain and continually improve our QMS. It also identifies the criteria and methods required to ensure effective operation and control of the system, and identify the measurement, monitoring, analysis, information, and actions necessary to achieve planned results and continuous improvement.

Management responsibility
Senior Management provides evidence of its commitment to the development and improvement of the quality management system through both words and actions. We ensure that our Mission, Quality Policy, Values, Beliefs and Organizational Culture are understood, implemented, and maintained at all levels of the organization through documented training, regular communication, verbal reinforcement and rewards.

Customer focus
Our Mission Statement and Quality Policy articulate our commitment to our customers. Customer expectations must be determined, understood, converted into requirements, and have processes designed to exceed them in order to fulfill this Mission and Quality Policy, on a daily basis. Staying close to our customers is our primary method of determining and understanding their requirements and expectations, and we accomplish this objective through a multitude of channels. These communications and interactions ultimately yield clear, explicit requirements and expectations. The QMS ensures that these requirements are fulfilled with the aim of exceeding customer expectations.

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Quality Policy


Our Quality Policy specifies the Degree of Excellence as “all activities of the organization will be carried out in a systematic manner in accordance with defined and documented Policies and Procedures, will meet applicable legislative requirements, will be visible and auditable, and will ensure that the needs of Customers, Staff and Stakeholders are met.
We realize that Quality is the responsibility of all personnel, and therefore we have promoted a Quality Culture within the organization by means of sharing information, including personnel in decision making and delegating specific Quality Management functions, e.g. Quality System maintenance, to suitably skilled and competent persons.
Where deficiencies are found, related to the operation of the QMS, corrective and preventative action will be taken to ensure continual improvement of TP policies and procedures. The Quality system has the full commitment of Management.

Quality management system planning
Our QMS identifies and plans for the resources needed to ensure that our quality objectives are met. This includes the identification and planning of QMS processes, the resources needed to ensure its successful implementation, and objectives for continuous improvement. Any changes to the system are conducted in a controlled manner so that the integrity of the QMS is continually maintained.

Responsibility, authority and communication
The following have the key responsibilities and authority for maintaining the integrity of our Quality Management System:
Senior Management
Senior Management is responsible for Strategic Planning and Quality Improvement Process Planning, the development of our Quality Policy, Vision, and Values & Beliefs, and provision of the necessary resources for accomplishing our goals and objectives. Additionally, Senior Management is responsible for conducting quality system reviews on an annual basis.
Operational Management
Is responsible for the execution of the Strategic Plan, budgeting, and implementation of the quality management system and policies are the responsibility of Managers throughout the organization. This explicitly includes responsibility for implementation of our Quality Policy and ensuring adherence to our Values and Beliefs throughout the organization units for which they are responsible.
Employee Responsibility
All employees are responsible for the quality of their work and for their part in the overall processes used to provide products and services to our customers. Employees will identify and record any problems relating to the product, process, and quality system. Employees are also the key participants in process improvements and the identification of measures needed to ensure the continued success of our continuous improvement process. They will initiate, recommend, or provide solutions through the Corrective/Preventive Action Program.
Internal communication
We ensure communication regarding QMS processes and their effectiveness between all levels of our organization through documented training and regular formal and informal communication methods.

Measurement, analysis and improvement

image01 Customers are the reason we exist, and drive our quality policy “to meet or exceed customer expectations.” We collect, monitor, and evaluate information on customer’s need and stakeholder satisfaction in order to determine how well we are performing against this critical objective. Our objective is to be particularly responsive to dissatisfaction or complaints. Anyone receiving a complaint has the responsibility for documenting the complaint in accordance with procedures. In addition, the person receiving the complaint will try to solve the problem immediately. If that individual cannot resolve the problem, then the problem will be transferred to an appropriate employee for resolution.
Internal audits are critical to the success of our Quality Management System. They help to determine the effectiveness of the system, as well as to identify opportunities for improvement. If the system is effective internal audits can aid in identifying additional opportunities for improvement. If the system is not effective, internal audits will help determine the scope, nature and source of the problem as well as possible corrective actions needed to achieve effectiveness. The results of these audits form an integral part of the continual improvement process.
The most comprehensive tool for determining the effectiveness of our QMS and identifying opportunities for improvement is our annual assessment. On an annual basis, we will perform a self-assessment. We will use the results of the assessment to identify current strengths and weaknesses, and to identify opportunities for continuous improvement.

Continual improvement
We plan and manage the processes necessary for the continual improvement of the QMS through the establishment of objectives, the planning of the process, the provision of resources and information needed to carry out the process, the monitoring of related measures needed to assess process effectiveness and efficiency, and the identification/implementation of actions needed to achieve desired results.