Ensuring confidence in our team is paramount which is why we choose to be certified to the following standards:
ISO 9001:2015 sets out the criteria for a quality management system. This standard is based on a number of quality management principles including a strong customer focus, the motivation and implication of top management, the process approach and continual improvement. Some of the benefits to our customers are; Improved quality and service, delivery on time with a do it right the first time attitude, fewer returned products and complaints & Independent audits demonstrate a commitment to quality.
RISQS Certification aims to provide a fair, open and transparent third party qualification process, with the aim of becoming the preferred route for suppliers to engage with their customers, in an efficient and effective manner.
JMDR is an Approved IRSE Assessing Agency and can undertake IRSE Licensing Assessments in Signalling Design and Testing. The Institution of Railway Signal Engineers' Licensing Scheme exists to provide a recognized means of assessing the competence of railway signalling and telecommunications personnel, leading to the licensing of such personnel to undertake their work.
The ISO 14001 : 2015 standard addresses various aspects of environmental management. It ensures JMDR have approved procedures and processes in the place that identify and control their environmental impact and constantly improve their environmental performance.
The OHSAS 18001 standard (may also be mistakenly referred to as ISO 18001) is the international standard covering Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems. It provides a framework for organisations to instigate proper and effective management of health & safety in the workplace.
The Authorised Engineering Organisation Framework is a hierarchical set of documented system components that together provide Transport for NSW with a sufficient level of assurance that outsourced engineering services are being delivered by capable and competent organisations. JMDR was the 23rd Organisation in Australia to become an AEO.