In March 2015, the headquarters of RGN brand identity services in the Netherlands was certified for ISO 9001: 2008 and VCA ** 2008/5.1. In March 2018, our ISO certification was extended and converted to ISO 9001: 2015.
ISO 9001 is an international certificate for quality management that is used to determine whether the organisation is capable of meeting customer requirements and applicable laws and regulations. ISO 9001: 2015 is largely based on the following three principles: say what you do, do what you say, and prove that you do it that way.
The ISO certificate means that an independent, external party has established that the quality management system of RGN meets all standard requirements. The emphasis here is on customer satisfaction and the resulting quality assurance and continuous improvement. Visit www.iso.org for more information.
Whereas ISO 9001: 2015 is an assessment of quality management, the VCA certificate is focused on safety, health and the environment. It is a certifiable checklist that was created to promote safety on the work floor and to prevent accidents in the workplace as much as possible.
RGN regularly acts as the main contractor in signing projects. Since these projects can be risky, it is important to be well-informed about the safety requirements and regulations in the workplace. This is one of the reasons RGN adopted a working method in accordance with the VCA ** 2008 / 5.1 and the corresponding certificate. All our project managers are VCA-VOL certified. They can adequately guide our customers and subcontractors when it comes to meeting safety requirements. This enables us to ensure that your project is being executed under the most secure conditions. For more information about VCA visit www.vca.nl.