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Quality Blue to bring its blue model to FIA2018

Posted 9 July 2018 · Add Comment

Quality Blue Ltd - a new company formed by Adrian Gundy who has over 20 years’ consulting and training experience - will be at the Farnborough International Airshow (FIA) next week to introduce its 'blue model' approach to ISO-based Quality Management Systems.



With a focus is on using ISO-based Quality Management Systems to drive process performance, the company has developed a unique and proven approach - the blue model. This is a simple yet powerful approach to driving process improvement, performance and effectiveness.

Training, Auditing and Consultancy services are delivered through a team of dedicated and experienced Associate Consultants, providing people with the right experience to deliver on any given project.

Quality Blue - which operates throughout UK, Northern Ireland and Ireland, covering sectors including aviation, aerospace, defence and space - will be on the Northern Ireland Group stand, within the UK Pavilion in Hall 1 (18 & 19 July).

 

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