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EN 15085 certification is evidence that your operations meet the railway industry’s international standard for consistency and high quality in fusion welding of materials in rolling stock and components manufacturing.
Helps you to get the right security requirements when delivering Defence contracts and tenders.
Gives you access to Defence security advice and support services.
Helps you better understand and manage security risks across your business.
Provides confidence and assurance to Defence and other government entities (either Australian or foreign) when procuring goods and services from industry members.
This standard requires engineers and manufactures to comply and ensure the quality of your welded product and to optimize the manufacturing cost, the whole welding process must be controlled from the very start and this standard sets out requirements for manufacturers to meet, in order to apply good practice to their welding operations along with full traceability.
The military has special requirements for naval ships, submarines and other vehicles requiring welded products. If you aim to include Defence products then you should opt for manufacturer qualification according to DIN 2303.
This standard requires engineers and manufactures to comply with a Construction Category in their project specifications. The Construction Category specifies the correct level of quality and assurance controls to be in place to ensure the structure meets the engineer’s design assumptions with full traceability along with the level of risk mitigation under obligations implicit in the Workplace Health & Safety Act.
This Prequalification requires engineers to specify a steel fabrication Construction Category in their project specifications. The Construction Category specifies the correct level of quality and assurance controls to be in place to ensure the structure meets the engineer’s design assumptions and the level of risk mitigation under obligations implicit in the Workplace Health & Safety Act.
Painting Contractor Certification Program (PCCP)
PCCP is an accreditation scheme for painting contractors that ensures they operate at defined standards for surface preparation and paint application. The PCCP is overseen by Australian CSIRO and Audits PMG yearly to validate our continued efforts towards best practice and quality products.
ISO 9001 applies to any organization, regardless of size or industry. More than one million organizations from more than 160 countries have applied the ISO 9001 standard requirements to their quality management systems. For PMG this was our entry level before we endeavoured to our industry specific standards.
By implementing ISO 14001 for environmental management system, we are formalising this process and gaining recognition for our actions. PMG can assure stakeholders that our environmental management system meets international industry standards.
Health and Safety remains a key issue for everybody in business today and implementing a good Health & Safety policy is vital for a company regardless of size or sector. Managing occupational health and safety in the workplace brings numerous benefits to all types of organizations.
ISO 27001 is a specification for an information security management system (ISMS). An ISMS is a framework of policies and procedures that includes all legal, physical and technical controls involved in an organization’s information risk management processes.