Ed Tison is the Managing Member, and is a registered Senior SAATCA auditor, and approved Lead Auditor for ISO 9001, ISO 45001 and ISO 14001 management systems. He has had over 25 years’ experience in the field of Quality, Safety and Environment and has worked with large Corporates as well as SMME’s. He has travelled in Europe and the USA to view quality and environmental management systems.
He has had extensive experience in the fields of plastics (injection moulding), printing, packaging, studio operations, warehousing and inventory control, and has also worked in light engineering, mining, chemical and steel industries, and service industries such as IT, freight/logistics, corporate travel and sales offices.
To promote and improve good practices, awareness and respect for
Quality, Safety and the Environment in all businesses
E-Quality’s mission is to:
- Provide practical implementation and solutions for Quality, Safety and
Environmental management systems
- Streamline existing systems to reduce bureaucracy and promote effective simplicity
- Assure the ongoing integrity of existing management systems
- Provide practical training for integrated management systems
- Ensure that systems are usable and are used effectively
As a registered SAATCA auditor, I have audited over 1000 companies across a diverse range of industry sectors, including IT, food, chemical, assembly, steel, mining, manufacturing, service and electrical industries. I conduct quality, safety and environmental audits in many African countries. I have implemented management system standards in over 100 companies.
– Ed Tison
What some of our clients have said:
“I take this opportunity to thank you for your work and support during this period. Without you we could not have done it.”
Group HR Manager/Management representative: Alex White
….thanks for all your input. I have …. implemented it and have found it very helpful!!! We get so much generic information around QMS that I really valued the specific input you gave me.”
“Your input was invaluable and implementation of the TQM system does not seem as daunting anymore.”