More than one million companies worldwide have been certified in the ISO standard series for quality management (DIN EN ISO 9000 ff.) – and new companies are being added every day. This clarifies that this series of standards is of global importance and this is why Proway is certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2008 for IT and Engineering. The high-quality standards and the strict project and process guidelines of this standard also support us in our daily work and ensure the joint success of the project. With this certification, we have further increased our effectiveness and at the same time optimized our processes and interfaces so that we can safely look into the future.
Certified Quality Management
Quality controlled processes
In sensitive and safety-relevant areas such as the aerospace industry, it is essential for us to offer our customers processes with maximum quality assurance – and that is why we are certified by Proway according to DIN EN 9100:2009 (SAE/AS 9100, JISQ 9100) and thus meet the worldwide quality standard of the aerospace industry. As a successfully certified company, Proway is also registered in the international OASIS database of the International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG).
DIN EN 9100:2010
The International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG) was founded in 1998 to specify and define the high demands that the aerospace industry places on its suppliers. In DIN EN 9100, industry-specific standards were established for the first time and independent certification companies were authorized. The contents of DIN EN 9100:2009 concentrate on the sustainable development and testing of new products and processes – with this standard a very high degree of quality of the product and the processes can be proven even before the first use.
DIN EN ISO 9001:2008
DIN EN ISO 9001:2008 describes a complete quality management system as a model and forms the basis for a certified quality management system within a company. This standard describes the eight principles of successful quality management: customer orientation, the responsibility of managers, the involvement of all persons, the process-oriented approach, the system-oriented management approach, continuous improvement, the fact-based decision approach and supplier relationships for mutual benefit.