TQM Director, COL), Sanjeevi Jayatilake (Head of Safety, Health, Environment and Quality, COL), Lasitha Attygalle (Head of Merchant and Packaged Gases, COL) and Chamil Hapuarachchi, (Assistant Manager Quality Assurance, COL), receiving the ISO 9001:2015 certification from SGS Lanka.' align='left' /> COL was awarded this certification by SGS Lanka, the Sri Lankan division of SGS, a global leader for inspection, verification, testing and certification. Radesh Daluwatte, Managing Director, COL, said, This certification is an endorsement of COLs continued commitment to ensuring world class manufacturing operations and adherence to best-in-class quality and safety standards. COL has been dedicated to serving Sri Lanka for more than 80 years and we will continue to ensure our products and services meet the highest international standards. Quality, continuous improvement and quality management are central to our business beliefs. Patient safety is of paramount concern to COL and we are committed to providing innovative, easy-to-use medicinal gas solutions with the highest levels of purity. This multi-site certification is a testament to COLs strict adherence to global healthcare standards, and the stringent manufacturing and operations processes at our world class air separation unit (ASU) plant in Sapugaskanda and production and distribution site in Colombo,Daluwatte added. (L-R) Chamika Wimalasiri, (Business Manager, Certification & Business Enhancement SGS Lanka), N. Sriram (Country Manager, SGS Lanka), Radesh Daluwatte (Managing Director, COL), Sanjeevi Jayatilake (Head of Safety, Health, Environment and Quality, COL), Lasitha Attygalle (Head of Merchant and Packaged Gases, COL) and Chamil Hapuarachchi, (Assistant Manager Quality Assurance, COL), receiving the ISO 9001:2015 certification from SGS Lanka. COL is the leading industrial and medical gas supplier in Sri Lanka since 1936. COL manufactures industrial, specialty and medical gases, distributes welding products and provides a range of related services including the installation of gas equipment, pipelines and associated engineering services.
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If the person has any influence on the wages the worker receives, that person can be thought of as an internal customer. A worker should have the mind-set of satisfying internal customers in order to keep his or her job and to get a raise or promotion Often in a company, there is a chain of customers, each improving a product and passing it along until it is finally sold to the external customer. Each worker must not only seek to satisfy the immediate internal customer, but he or she must look up the chain to try to satisfy the ultimate customer 2) Satisfy the supplier A second TQM principle is to satisfy the supplier, which is the person / organization from whom / which one are (is) purchasing good or services (i) External suppliers A company must look to satisfy their external suppliers by providing them with clear instructions and requirements, and then paying them fairly and on time It is only in the companys best interest that its suppliers provide it with quality goods or services, if the company hopes to provide quality goods or services to its external customers. A supervisor must try to keep his or her workers happy and productive, by providing good task instructions, the tools they need to do their job and good working conditions. The supervisor must also reward the workers with praise and good pay (iii) Get better work The reason to do this is to get more productivity out of the workers, as well as to keep the good workers. An effective supervisor with a good team or workers will certainly satisfy his or her internal customers (iv) Empower workers One area of satisfying the internal supplier is by empowering the workers. This means to allow them to make decisions on things that they can control. This not only takes the burden off the supervisor, but it also motivates these internal suppliers to do better work 3) Continuous improvement The third principle of TQM is continuous improvement. One can never be satisfied with the method used, because there always can be improvements.
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