When you work as a contractor on a government project, it’s likely that you will have to meet some stringent quality standards.
Having this program gives your client assurances that your work will adhere to contract specifications. But establishing a quality program can help you in a few different ways. The government is like any other customer: they expect quality work. In order to meet those expectations, you’ll need to create a well-documented quality assurance program. This program should allow for a systemic method of evaluating, inspecting, calibrating or whatever else you may need to ensure the quality of your product.
First of all, having a quality assurance program helps you attract clients. But more importantly, it allows you to save on costs by giving you the tools to identify problem areas and make corrections early. Having a good quality control system will essentially pay for itself by reducing operational or material costs and by making you a more attractive partner.
It will also ensure that you’re maintaining product quality and reliability throughout the life of your product.
Part of meeting quality standards is having the right tools. A contracted certified calibration service will help ensure your tools are calibrated and certified. If you need help making sure your torque tools meet the proper certification standards, turn to Maxpro.
At Maxpro, we’ve made an investment in our accreditation, working to make sure our certified calibration service achieved the blessing of A2LA.
Based in Maryland, A2LA is an independent non-profit society that has a certification/accreditation process that is unmatched in the industry. It is not an exaggeration to call A2LA the premiere ISO 17025 accreditation organization in the country.
Having this seal of approval from A2LA allows Maxpro to distinguish itself even further in the already highly-specialized market of high capacity torque equipment
Contact us today, and we’ll make sure your industrial torque wrench calibration meets the exacting standards of a government project.