ersg is dedicated to the Quality Policy which is intended to ensure that’s its services meet the high requirements of its Clients and applicants at all times. The goal of the company is to achieve a high level of Client satisfaction. Commitment to the implementation of supporting managerial and operational systems is essential to realising that goal. It is our intention to maintain a position as a market leader with respect to the quality of service we provide.
It is our intention to continually strive for improvement in line with the objectives of this policy and initiatives set against the said Objectives.
The Quality Policy is based on the following fundamental objectives:
1.The definition of quality as conforming to requirements, having identified very carefully the needs of our Clients, our applicants and our own systems.
2.The quality management system concentrates on prevention, looking at our service provision processes, identifying the potential for errors and taking the necessary action to eliminate them.
3.The quality of service provision is based on the principle of everyone understanding how to do their job to the standard required and doing it right the first time.
4.To strive for continual improvement in the quality of service provided, initiatives will be set and monitored as a minimum, through management review, to ensure this is achieved.
5.To review legal and regulatory requirements relevant to the scope of the business and to ensure that we comply.
To ensure that the policy is successfully implemented, staff will be responsible for identifying client and applicant requirements and for ensuring the correct procedures are adhered to in order to meet the requirements.
Initiatives needed to ensure that the requirements of this policy are met will be set, determined and monitored in management reviews.
The quality policy principles and related objectives will be communicated and available to staff at all times. Training will be an integral part of the strategy to achieve objectives.
Jim Ryan (CEO)
4th October 2018
Reviewed 9th July 2020