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Quality Accreditation & Policy

Spectrum Computer Supplies Ltd successfully applied for registration to BS 5750 in 1994 and has maintained the appropriate accreditation ever since Certification GB94/3187 refers. The company uses SGS Certification Services for ongoing assessments. As a result of a recent  reappraisal the Company's Management System has been assessed and certified as meeting the requirements of the latest standard, namely ISO 9001:2008.

The Quality Management System Manual is arranged in 2 main sections:

Section 1 contains a resume of the business, our quality policy statement and the company organisational structure, and this is presented to all company employees and recorded on the personnel record. In addition, each clause of ISO 9001 is addressed, indicating in broad terms how each requirement is met and then indicating the procedure(s) where this may be found. This is to assist outside bodies to come to terms with this quality system.

Section 2 contains the operational procedures for the company.

Quality Policy

The continued success measured by profitability and growth of Spectrum Computer Supplies Ltd depends on providing a fast, reliable and responsive service to our customers.  Meeting the demands of our customers requires an effective operation including trained and motivated staff, effective internal and external communications and sound working practices.

A central objective of Spectrum Computer Supplies Ltd is to ensure that we continue to offer our customers products and services that satisfy their business requirements in a competitive market place. With this in mind, the company is committed to operating in accordance with the requirements of  ISO 9001:2008 and ensuring that the effectiveness of the quality management system is continually improved in order to do so.

The quality management system provides the framework for establishing and reviewing quality objectives and is continually reviewed in order to ensure continuing stability.