Al Faisaliah staff in ISO quality training
Riyadh, June 19, 2010
Managers and selected internal auditors of Al Faisaliah Medical Systems at Al Faisaliah Group office recently underwent a training programme covering ISO quality standards for medical devices in Riyadh.
The training programme, which covered the requirements for ISO 9001, ISO 13485 and ISO 19011, was conducted by Infovision Consultants, a leading systems integration company.
“Al Faisaliah Medical Systems want to lead the Middle East market for medical devices and wish to set a benchmark as leading supplier of medical devices and operating as per international management systems standards for ISO13485 and ISO 9001” said Adnan Zahid, TQM Manager at Al Faisaliah Medical Systems.
“It gives confidence to medical devices manufacturing companies around the world that Al Faisaliah Medical Systems has well trained professional resources and world-class management systems viz ISO 9001 and ISO 13485; and are geared to support any type of medical devices in Middle East,” he added.
Mobin Sheikh, director and principal consultant at Infovision, said: “An ISO 13485 certified organization has a definite edge over competitors. Certification to internationally accepted criteria provides complete confidence in the quality of products and services provided by Al Faisaliah Medical Systems and carries global acceptance.”
“Our aim is to support Al Faisaliah Medical Systems in creating a sustainable and prosperous company by providing all the domain knowledge and expertise to FMS needed to effectively manage and improve FMS quality management system. So after Infovision finish, FMS has one system and that’s its own system,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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