ISO 9001:2008 Certification Earned By Clifton Steel Company

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Earned for the manufacture and distribution of abrasion and wear resistant metal products for industrial and military applications.

SRI Quality System Registrar recently awarded an ISO 9001:2008 Management System certificate to Clifton Steel Company, located in Maple Heights, Ohio, for the manufacture and distribution of abrasion and wear resistant metal products for industrial and military applications.

According to A. Joseph Falcsik, SRI’s Vice President, Certification: “We are pleased to acknowledge that Clifton Steel Company has demonstrated effective implementation of a management system. ISO 9000 certification provides evidence to customers, suppliers, employees, and their community of their commitment to producing a quality product (service) and providing customer satisfaction.”

ISO 9001:2008 is process-based; certification recognizes organizations that can link business objectives with operating effectiveness. Companies that achieve management system certification to ISO 9001:2008 have demonstrated effective implementation of documentation and records management, top management’s commitment to their customers, establishment of clear policy, good planning and implementation, good resource management, efficient process control, measurement and analysis. Continual improvement has been institutionalized.

About SRI
SRI Quality System Registrar is an internationally accredited registrar for management systems standards, such as ISO 9001, AS9100, ISO/TS 16949, ISO 13485, and environmental management systems standards such as ISO 14001. SRI also provides public training for auditing, implementing, and maintaining these standards.

About Clifton Steel
Clifton Steel solves wear related problems by providing innovative solutions to the abrasion resistant steel, impact resistant steel and wear resistant steel markets. Since 1971, the company has provided personal service and steel fabrication expertise to a variety of industries including military, aggregates, mining, steel, glass, paper, scrap recycling and railroad.

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