MTC’s quality management system (QMS) has been revised to implement the internationally recognised standard ISO9001:2015. Our accreditation encompasses both design and manufacture in diverse market sectors; military, oil and gas, medical, commercial and environmental monitoring. Our QMS ensures our ability to consistently provide products and services to the highest quality and reliability.Download Certification Download Quality Policy
ISO9001:2015 emphasises the continuous improvement and revision of our quality procedures and systems. Based on a number of quality management principles, this strengthens customer focus with the implementation and motivation of management.
Internal audits on our Quality Management System and Quality Procedures throughout the year ensure our procedures and systems conform to the ISO9001:2015 standard. These regular reviews, which form the basis of our commitment to our customers, allow us to continually monitor and improve the service we offer. This is further strengthened by external audits to ensure we maintain the required high standards as certified by British Assesment Bureau, a UKAS accredited body.
The foundation of our core competency is our commitment to staff training. We are IPC certified specialists, to the ANSI global standard, in several disciplines.
In line with the RoHS directive, MTC is committed to supplying RoHS compliant products to all its customers from RoHS compliant suppliers, with the following possible exceptions:
MTC has taken, and will continue to take, all reasonable precautions to ensure all components and processes used in the manufacture of its products comply with the directive.
Third party components specified or supplied by customers shall not be covered by this statement of compliance.Government Notes
MTC also complies with the WEEE directive, also known as Directive 2002/96/EC (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment). This mandates the treatment, recovery and recycling of electric and electronic equipment. In line with the WEEE Directive, our electrical waste is collected by an external company for recycling or disposal.Government Notes