Clarion's ISO 9001:2015 Certification
Clarion Safety Systems, LLC, is a registered ISO 9001:2015 certified manufacturer. Our compliance certification is registered (and continually updated) through the services of BSI Management Systems America, Inc. (certificate number: FM 538081). Clarion’s on-going quality program meets the compliance requirements of ISO 9001:2015 for process-based quality management systems.
The ISO 9001 quality management systems designation covers Clarion's design, manufacture and distribution of visual safety system solutions (including but not limited to safety labels, nameplates, signs and markings) for national and global markets. The registration is confirmation of our longstanding commitment to continually improving our quality management systems to ensure customer satisfaction.
What ISO 9001 registration means in practical terms is that you, our customers, can trust that when you’re working with Clarion, you’re working with a top notch organization that’s committed to making sure its customers are pleased with its products and services. Our key performance indicators routinely show incredibly high rates of customer satisfaction with the quality of our products, services and delivery. We take great pride in this fact; that we serve our customers very, very well.
Clarion’s ISO 9001 certification also helps when seeking ISO 9001 certification for your product when you’re incorporating our products into your products. The degree of paperwork needed to justify using Clarion as your vendor of choice is easy to provide – our ISO 9001 certification, and possibly RoHS and WEEE regulatory compliance certificates, are all that are necessary.
On a side note, Clarion knows BSI (the British Standards Institute) well. We’ve worked closely with them for decades – they’re the secretariat of the ISO committee for which Clarion leads the U.S. delegation, ISO/TC 145. We’ve been to their world headquarters in London on numerous occasions to advance standards related to the field of safety signs, labels, colors and graphical symbols. BSI has an interesting history going back more than a century. On their website, you can read more about BSI Group and a detailed history of the organization, including the effort by civil engineers to standardize iron and steel sections that began in 1901 under Sir John Wolfe-Barry of the United Kingdom.