TORONTO, Ont. — Becoming ISO registered just became easier for fleets, thanks to a new "Do It Yourself" publication released by POA Marketing and Communications.
The company has created a ISO 9001:2000 Quality Manual (binder and CD-ROM) specifically designed for transportation companies wishing to pursue ISO registration.
The company says any Canadian trucking firm or transportation and logistics company can easily and affordably attain ISO registration, giving them more clout in the industry. Formerly, companies were forced to shell out up to $100,000 to become ISO registered, but thanks to the manual, companies now have a much more affordable solution that doesn’t skimp on quality.
The "Do It Yourself" system can prepare companies for registration within two to three months through a third party registrar. The ready-to-use package allows for hands-on training and greater flexibility.
"Your company can reap all the benefits by having an ISO system that will help to save your business money, measure results, reward the business for continuous improvement, yet allow it to be recognized as a quality service driven company by your current and prospective customers," says Charles Bognar, P.Eng., associate ISO director.
The manual is available directly from POA by calling 416-804-8318 or 905-792-2205 ext. 1.
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