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Quality Blue gains SC21 OE Strategic Partner status approval

Posted 17 September 2018 · Add Comment

London based management consultancy, Quality Blue, has had its application to transition to SC21 Operational Excellence (OE) Strategic Partner completed and successfully approved as of 13 September 2018.



Quality Blue are now approved to deliver complete awareness of the SC21 programme, conduct baseline diagnostics in all elements, provide guidance and direction on next steps and the creation of the Continuous Sustainable Improvement Plan (CSIP).

The company can direct SC21 participants towards any specialist trainings that their particular circumstances and improvement plan may require and will continue to promote and support ADS products, services and activities for the aviation, defence and space industries.

 

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