FC Laser Successfully Achieves BS EN1090: 2009 + A1: 2001 Execution Class 2 standard for structural metalwork
With the accreditation, FC Laser is now the only precision laser cutting company which covers holing and forming operations, in addition to applying this standard to flat parts.
FC Laser Ltd, a leading precision laser cutting company, today announced that it has successfully achieved the BS EN1090: 2009 + A1: 2001 Execution Class 2 standard for structural metalwork.
The certification provides the company’s customers in the structural and architectural metalwork industries, the reassurance that it can meet the stringent demands of the accreditation to harmonise the safety performance of its construction products.
Gaining the BS EN1090 certification has been the result of hard work and dedication of the company’s team, and it demonstrates FC Laser’s commitment to safety and quality. Richard Armstrong, FC Laser’s Quality Manager, who played a key role in helping the company achieve the certification said,
“The BS EN1090 certification requires a high level of commitment to meet the exceptionally demanding criteria across every aspect of the business. This includes controlling the environment we operate in, maintaining detailed records, managing training requirements for personnel and adhering to high standards of quality control and safety. We are proud to have attained the BS EN1090 certification, which is a valuable addition to our portfolio of safety and quality certifications. Being audited against the international benchmark for best practice, will give our customers confidence in the services we offer and it encourages continuous improvement.”
He added, “We are often met with requirements for extremely fast delivery lead times and specific order instructions such as for laser etching and deliveries direct to project sites. With this latest accreditation, we are well equipped to manage and respond to these requirements promptly.”
As of 1st July 2014, any “series” manufactured structural metal components or kits that have been made in the UK and to which a harmonised European standard applies, must comply with the Constructions Products Regulations (CPR) and CE marking requirements. The harmonised European standard that applies to structural metalwork is BS EN 1090-1.
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