ISO 9001:2015 Certified
Radwell complies with all documents established by ISO that provide requirements, specifications, guidelines or characteristics that can be used consistently to ensure that materials, products, processes, and services are fit for their purpose.
View Our ISO 9001 : 2015 Certification
DEKRA ISO 9001:2015 CertificationCertificate number 111454.01
The Quality Management System and implementation of:
With Central Functions at the following location:
- - New Jersey - HQ: 1 Millenium Drive, Willingboro, NJ 09046
- - North Carolina: 309A South Regional Rd, Greensboro, NC 27409
- - Missouri: 283 Hughes Lane, St. Charles, MO, 63301
- - Indiana: 600 N. Forsythe St, Franklin, IN 46131
- - Georgia: 2780 Peterson Pl, Norcross, GA 30071
- - Texas: 3401 Avenue E East, Arlington, TX, 76011
The scope of ISO certification:
The stocking, repairing, and selling of new and surplus industrial automation, MRO, pneumatic, motion, electronic, hydraulic, HVAC, and electrical and control equipment for plant floor and facility maintenance machinery.
Certificate Expires: October 19, 2018
Certificate Issued: December 05, 2017
Certified Since: October 19, 2015
What is involved in achieving an ISO certification for a business?
by Tom Foy, Corporate Training, and ISO Manager
There are five different aspects to consider. The first is to build documentation to support your business certification. That documentation takes on two different factors: the ISO required documents and also the individual department documents that outline procedures and work instructions. Both have to be in synch.
The next phase is to train the managers that will be living the standards and ensure they have everything they need to supply materials to their teams and get the whole organization on board.
Along with this, the senior team has to support the entire endeavor. They wholeheartedly support this at Radwell, and it is necessary within any organization for this to be the case to get the certification process completed. ISO requires that you live the standard for three months, using all of your documentation and organizational standards.
The final piece is to conduct audits. There is an internal audit completed by a team of Radwell employees based on the standards created. The next audit is conducted by an outside company.Between audits, there is an opportunity to get things straightened out as needed. The internal audit is kind of like a dress rehearsal for the external independent audit. Findings are reported to the senior team, and an organization either gets its certification, or additional things are required to be improved prior to the final audit.
It's a lot of coordination, and it involves a lot of support from department heads within the organization and their teams.
I've been fortunate to work with Eric Kildea on this project. He has been involved throughout the process. We've also been very fortunate to have very supportive senior management and department management teams within Radwell International. The global ISO team at Radwell consists of Eric Kildea, David Rickert, Michael Thomson, Melissa Herring and me.