The company which guides businesses through complex but increasingly important ISO certification standards has been invited to join the influential Isle of Man Aerospace Cluster (IOMAC).
The invitation to ISO QA Isle of Man Ltd came from IOMAC chairman Adrian Moore and the company’s directors, Kevin Burnell and Lee McLellan, were officially welcomed during the Cluster’s latest forum at St John’s Mill, Tynwald Mills.
“We are delighted that a company of the calibre of ISO QA Isle of Man has accepted the invitation that sees the Cluster become a collaboration of 22 companies,” said Mr Moore.
The forum was also attended by David Bailey, executive director of North West Aerospace Alliance (NWAA), and Kelvin Davies, of BAE Systems, along with Cluster representatives.
“We regard membership of IOMAC as important recognition of the work we do in guiding companies through the complex requirements of very diverse Standards they are now expected to achieve and maintain, ” said Mr Burnell.These include ISO9001 Quality, ISO14001 Environment, ISO18001 Health and Safety, ISO27001 Information Security and ISO50001 Energy. ISO QA Isle of Man Ltd also conduct commercial energy audits, looking at how companies can best use the energy and also how to save energy costs.
The Cluster offers cost-effective, joined-up solutions for its global blue chip client base. As part of the North West Aerospace Alliance, one of the most active aerospace clusters in Europe, the IOMAC is part of one of the most influential ‘aerospace hotspots’ in the UK. “We are able to provide design and manufactured solutions with a reputation for one-stop shop capability and the utilisation of an international supply chain,” said Mr Moore. “We are proud to say we are partners to virtually every major civil and military project in the world today.”