FRSC gets ISO recertification
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has been recertified for ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System Standards in Road Safety Administration and Traffic Management by the Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON).
This is contained in a statement by FRSC’s spokesman Bisi Kazeem, on Monday in Abuja.
The FRSC fulfilled all the requirements stipulated by the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) in compliance with global best practices, said the statement.
It noted that the recertification came after a successful audit of FRSC processes and procedures by system auditors from SON.
“It would be recalled that in the quest to bring its processes at par with world best practices, the FRSC was first certified on March 26, 2013, for ISO 9001:2008,” added the statement. “It migrated to ISO 9001:2015 standards on January 16, 2016, and has since met all requirements to sustain the feat.”
The statement quoted the FRSC corps marshal Boboye Oyeyemi saying the FRSC was the first and only law enforcement agency in Africa to achieve the feat.
Mr Oyeyemi explained that the recertification was a milestone that reflected the true disposition of the corps as a determined organisation that is committed to attaining excellence in all aspects of its operations and service delivery.
He applauded the agency personnel’s contributions which led to the realisation of the recertification and affirmed that the feat was a testimonial to the professionalism, well-coordinated work processes and quality service delivery in the workplace.
Mr Oyeyemi assured the public of the sustainability of this certification through enhanced productivity, professionalism and effective service delivery.
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