Case Studies

ISO 9001 Case Studies

Case Study – Landscapes & Contracts

This case study shows the successful route to ISO 9001 registration of the Hillington based construction company Landscapes and Contracts.

Set up in 2001 they promote hard and soft landscaping contracts with a company commitment of meeting project timescales, budgets and training targets on time, all of the time.

David McAlister – Managing DirectorLandscapes & Contracts Ltd
From the outset, QCS International provided a clear strategy, with friendly and flexible support, making our journey towards ISO 9001:2008 much simpler and a great deal more enjoyable than we had expected. Our systems and procedures, set up and developed over the last 10 years, have been simplified and streamlined, in accordance with ISO 9001:2008 to reflect how we actually carry out our business, and provide existing an potential Clients with the confidence that we operate our Business to National and International Standards.

ISO 14001 Case Studies

Case Study – Hero tsc

Currently in a period of growth, HEROtsc wanted to ensure that structurally the company was well equipped with certification to the Internationally Recognised Environmental and Health & Safety standards, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 1800 to provide ‘safer and greener’ practices going forward into 2011.

Taking advantage of a Business Development Grant which assists companies to progress towards certification, HEROtsc set an ambitious target date of six months to achieve the integrated certification.

OHSAS 18001 Case Studies

Case Study – OPG

This case study shows the successful route to both ISO 9001 and OHSAS 18001 registration of the Scottish based Vehicle Graphics Company, OPG Ltd.

Set up in 1995 they have been creatively manufacturing and installing brand solutions for National and International clients from one off vehicle design and fit to full fleet design and fit across multiple depots in the UK.

Alan Watson General ManagerOPG Ltd
There’s nothing quite like an economic recession to sharpen business wit and test managerial acumen. Dwindling markets, aggressive competition & pinched margins collectively threaten sustainability. Together, such challenges test even the most successful company. These universal pressures became our cue to scrutinise how we ran our business and crucially, how we could achieve more from less.
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