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Mercedes F1 is just one of the many huge names we’re lucky enough to work with. Making sure their intricate operating systems are always up to their impressive standards is an ongoing priority and they often work with external teams to help achieve this.
For Mercedes F1, working with the very best is the only option and we’re delighted that they continue to choose British Engineering Services as a partner for their in-house Quality Assurance department.
Maintaining ISO9001 accreditation is an absolute must for the organisation and achieving this comes with a number of strict requirements for the Mercedes F1 team. Managing many of the back office processes can be time consuming and working alongside an external organisation to stay focused is seen as a obvious solution for the team.
Partnering with the Mercedes F1 in-house Quality Assurance department, we’ve been completing their vital ISO9001 audits for a number of years.
“As we approach our ISO 9001:2015 re-certification date it’s encouraging to recognise the benefits that our Quality Management System has brought to the team; Improved quality in issue resolution, tracking of process and product performance and a significant cultural shift through the organisation delivering widespread improvements, all contributing to significant gains in car reliability and business efficiency.
It has been great to have British Engineering Services’ experience, complemented by the depth and breadth of their audit team to support our development of the QMS since its inception. Critically to us, it is important to recognise the time that they have taken to understand the business model and its needs and how our QMS aims to maintain appropriate control, while retaining the agility we need to remain competitive in a fast moving, highly complex technical environment,” commented Alex Varnarva, Head of Quality Systems and Engineering for Mercedes F1.