IUEC demonstrated maintaining and improvement of the quality management system (QMS) implemented in the company in accordance with the results of the first supervisory audit for compliance with ISO 9001: 2015. The audit was carried out by Bureau Veritas, the company founded in 1828 and a global leader in testing, inspection and certification.
In the framework of this audit in International Uranium Enrichment Centre, in particular, were examined the company activities with respect to risks and opportunities and capabilities of the employees to analyze and assess business environmental, current internal and external factors affecting the achievement of the anticipated results.
The auditors noted that International Uranium Enrichment Centre demonstrated improvement of the QMS currently applicable in the company, and developed and implemented processes, established areas of responsibilities and powers of the company personnel fully comply with the scope of this system application.
Among the strengths of IUEC the auditors of Bureau Veritas indicated leadership, engagement, a high level of professional competence, openness, and commitment of the leadership and specialists to the principles of quality management. According to the results of the audit it was emphasized that the company pays particular attention to storage of nuclear products in full compliance with IAEA requirements, maintaining at high level of infrastructure and equipment, unavailability of complaints and claims from stakeholders.
The result of the first supervisory audit of IUEC became the certificate that conforms the compliance of the QMS with the requirements of the international standard ISO 9001:2015.
QMS was firstly implemented in IUEC in 2014. In the framework of declared in 2015 three-years transient to a new revision of the international standard in November 2017 the company successfully underwent the re-certification audit that confirmed the compliance of the QMS implemented in the company with the requirements of ISO 9001:2015.