Max-Migold has been certified as conforming to the requirement of the International Organization for Standardization, 9001:2015 from the Nigerian Standards Organization
Max-Migold had this to say in a statement made available to The punch. The physical facilities management, inspection and technology advisory firm has been certified to join a class of organizations certified in quality management systems in Nigeria.
According to the statement, SON Director General Farouk Salim, represented by SON Director of Management Certification Felix Nyado, congratulated Max-Migold on the achievement. He said that his service and product were extremely important to Nigeria in the face of prevailing economic challenges.
In the statement, he said: “Its adoption of the ISO 9001:2015 quality management system framework reflects its vision to provide quality services and products to its various customers at all times.
“It must be taken into account that the search for excellence has no destination because quality is a moving objective. Our challenge for you today is to keep the system healthy and up-to-date in order to reap the benefits of the ISO management approach.”
Max-Migold CEO Paul Erubami said the certificate is in the best interest of the company.
“We go through a rigorous process before we can reach the level of the certificate and our company is fully set up to maintain the quality management system in perpetuity because the system of documenting our customer requirements, the system for documenting how we deliver to our clients. The requirements to manage our risks and get feedback are now regulated and documented on a day-to-day basis and have been audited because we will have to maintain this certification,” he said.
Erubami said that despite numerous operational challenges that have paralyzed a number of companies in the country, Max-Migold has consistently shown determination and a desire to become a leader in the facilities management industry.