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Recognition for Quality Systems

 

PML and PML Applications Ltd have successfully achieved Certification of their Business Management Systems to ISO9001:2015.

After analysis of our processes, methods and procedures of working at PML and PML Applications Ltd, we are pleased to announce that we have been awarded Certification to the ISO9001:2015 Quality Management Standard.

PML and PML Applications Ltd chose Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance (LRQA), the world-leading, independent provider of Business Assurance services as the accredited Certification Body to assess and certify them to ISO9001:2015.

The certification is part of our ongoing commitment to ensuring that the research and services we provide consistently meet customers’ requirements, and that our business activities are continually improved with time.

Chief Executive of both PML and PML Applications Ltd, Professor Stephen de Mora stated:

"We are delighted to achieve Certification to ISO9001:2015 which serves to back up the commitment and customer focus that we have within both organizations in continuing to undertake world-class marine research and applied services for all our funders, customers and beneficiaries nationally and internationally."

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