Kiekens is iso 9001 certified
Kiekens Products in Almelo is a leader in dust collection. We design and implement complete solutions for dust collection, filtration, ventilation, and dedusting systems for a wide variety of customers. Extensive testing and quality control ensures perfect performance in our products. Used all over the world, Kiekens’ high-end products have helped it establish a reputation as a premium brand. Kiekens is also a highly sought-after advisory partner for applications which require maximum results with a minimum budget. It is therefore not surprising that Kiekens is certified to the new ISO 9001:2015.
ISO 9001 is the international standard for quality management systems. Headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, the International Organisation for Standardization (ISO) develops and manages various international standards. The ISO standards are developed by technical committees; in the Netherlands, this is governed by the NEN. Most ISO standards are product-oriented, but a few of them focus on generic management systems. ISO 9001 provides guidelines for a good quality management system. The ISO 9001 standard describes the minimum requirements an organisation must meet in order to enable process management and systematic product improvement. A well-functioning management system will lead to improved customer focus and increased efficiency and productivity. The quality system is intended to continuously measure and adjust processes.
ISO 9001 does not directly prescribe procedures. The standard is a mirror through which to view the organisation. Organisations can use the ISO 9001 standard to assess whether their quality management system is complete and if it requires improvements. The goal is to improve the organisation by further improving the process management and keeping customers satisfied.
The ISO 9001 standard is based on the underlying quality management principles. These quality management principles involve things like customer-orientation, leadership, employee involvement, process approach, system approach to management, continuous improvement, fact-based decision making, and mutually beneficial relationships with suppliers.