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OMM Awarded ISO 9001 Recognition

  20/07/2009
Marine solutions company, Offshore Marine Management (OMM) have been awarded the ISO 9001: 2008 certification as assessed and granted by ISOQAR for their Quality Management System.
 

 

The ISO 9001: 2008 standard and certification applies to OMM's management systems in relation to: specialist consultancy in telecommunications, oil & gas and renewable energy, project management and delivery, provision of cables and cable accessories, personnel and vessels.

 

Commenting on the ISO 9001 award, Rob Grimmond, OMM's Managing Director stated "In the current climate the delivery of high quality services is of paramount importance to sustain long term business success. We are therefore delighted to have achieved such recognition and this further underpins our clients and Offshore Marine's high standards and expectations of supplying quality services to the renewable energy and submarine telecom sectors".

 

 




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