ISO, REACH AND ROHS
MicroCare Corp. announced on April 15, 2009 that it has been registered to the ISO 9001:2008 quality standard. This registration indicates MicroCare is in compliance with the internationally-accepted standards for quality. It assures customers that MicroCare cleaning products and services are developed, engineered, manufactured and delivered using the latest in quality management processes. While all ISO 9001 registered companies eventually will migrate to the new guidelines, MicroCare has made a deliberate effort to become registered as quickly as possible after the newest requirements were defined.
This certification is valid through Nov. 2011
This certification superceeds the one as of November 9, 2005, in which MicroCare was awarded "ISO 9001:2000 Registered" status by ISOQAR Inc., a certification body accredited by UKAS and ANAB. This certification has just been renewed as is valid through Nov. 2011. If needed for your files, you can download the official, high-rez certificate here.
In all areas reviewed, the ISOQAR auditors found that MicroCare's new Quality Management System was in conformance with the requirements of ISO 9001:2008 with ZERO nonconformance items noted. It was also noted that the system was well-documented and nicely suited to MicroCare's organizational structure.
In addition to the ISO process, the MicroCare quality program conforms to the Chemical Manufacturers Association policies on "Responsible Care" as well as state-of-the-art commercial practices. Our adherence to strict quality control procedures insures our customers will receive quality and consistency in all MicroCare products. Call MicroCare for more information about our quality programs.
REACH AND ROHS
MicroCare cleaning products are certified as lead-free and meet RoHS and WEEE standards.
In addition, MicroCare is in full compliance with the European Union's REACH Regulation (EC No 1907/2006) and has pre-registered over 100 ingredients used in MicroCare products. MicroCare also certifies that products offered for sale in Europe (and the rest of the world, for that matter) do not contain more than 0.1% by weight per article of any substance on the Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) list.