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MSAF Passes Audit On Best Practice

The Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji (MSAF) recently passed the ISO 9001:2015 audit conducted by Det Norske Veritas and Germanischer Lloyd (DNV GL) Business Assurance ensuring that MSAF continues to
26 Apr 2017 11:00
MSAF Passes Audit On Best Practice
From Left: DNV GL Auditor Yogesh Desai, MSAF CEO John Tunidau and MSAF Quality Assurance Officer Shaleen Lata . Photo: Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji.

The Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji (MSAF) recently passed the ISO 9001:2015 audit conducted by Det Norske Veritas and Germanischer Lloyd (DNV GL) Business Assurance ensuring that MSAF continues to adhere to the highest international standards and best practice.

The Audit was conducted on 6th April 2017.

“MSAF continues to strive for excellence and better customer service by constantly reviewing and implementing systems and processes which can meet or exceed customer requirements and is on par with international standards,” said MSAF CEO, John Tunidau.

On 1st April 2016 MSAF became the first organisation in Fiji to be accredited with ISO 9001: 2015 Certification by DNV-GL.

ISO 9000 is a set of international standards on quality management and quality assurance developed to help companies effectively document the quality system elements to be implemented to maintain an efficient quality system.

MSAF initially was accredited with ISO 9001: 2008 Certification by DNV-GL on 30th March 2015.

The transition period to implement ISO 9001: 2015 is 3 years, however MSAF’s Quality Management System was revised and implemented effectively under the new standard requirements in less than a year.

DNV GL is a world-leading certification body that audits the performance of organisations, products, people, facilities and supply chains through certification, verification, assessment and training services.

 

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