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Quality Management & ISO Compliance for Businesses

 

“Quality means doing it right when no one is looking”– Henry Ford

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From assisting organizations with ISO Certifications, Quality Systems, Food Safety & HACCP, PPAP Systems, Quality Tool Implementations, Database Design and more, our team of Quality Management and ISO Experts can help your company find the right solution.

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About Ledge Inc.

We are engineers with extensive history as Quality Managers. We understand both the theory and reality of quality system implementation for businesses throughout Pennsylvania and Maryland.

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Has your company transitioned to 9001:2015?

Ledge, Inc. can guide you through the transition with an in-depth understanding of the changes, a detailed implementation plan and a defined strategy with your ISO registrar.

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The Ledge Advantage

Ledge Inc. is committed to developing Quality and Production systems to meet both International and Customer Standards for businesses in a variety of industries.

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Preventive Maintenance Program Pitfalls

Preventive Maintenance Programs, or PMPs are initiatives meant to find problems before they occur, thus furthering efficiency and profits within the company. However, when not designed or managed correctly, PMPs can actually facilitate additional problems, completely...
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How Companies Can Make Their Nonconformance Data Useful

Nonconformance is an unexpected event that occurs in the manufacturing process that deviates from the set standards or requirements. In most cases, these are problems that we unanticipated to arise along the way, derailing your entire plan. Entrepreneurs understand...
Read More

Engineering Change Order Risks

So you’ve got a new customer and they are sending some work your direction from the previous vendor.  You make the parts to print, do the first article inspection or PPAP and its perfect. However, the customer rejects that parts because they do not fit!  The previous...
Read More

Going Beyond the ISO Certification

While an ISO certification is important for your business, implementing the strategies that you need to take your company to the next level can be quite difficult. Just like any business venture, the planning process is not as hard as the implementation phase. Most...
Read More

The Juran Trilogy

Dr. Joseph Juran left us with many important fundamental methods and tools during his years as one of the leading experts on Quality Management. He emphasized that we must balance the attention we give to the importance of the tools we use, in order to manage for...
Read More

From Fred’s Desk: Make a Good First Impression

Parents always tried to teach their kids the importance of making a good first impression. As we got older and began dating and then went on job interviews, making a good first impression became very important. Doing some back-ground work to know what people liked or...
Read More

ISO Standards in the Food Industry

Did you know that food fraud exists?   The International Organization for Standardization website (iso.org) reports suggest that legit companies that deal with food retailing lose an average of fifteen billion every year as a result of food fraud.   How does...
Read More

Common Mistakes Companies Make When Using the Kaizen Approach

It is in the best interest of every operating business to make profits at the end of each business day. As a result, these institutions take advantage of the methodologies and techniques that optimize their profits to the maximum. Some of these approaches include risk...
Read More

Why a Food Safety Management System Is Important

A foodborne illness is a disease transmitted by food to people. An illness is considered an outbreak when two or more people report the same symptoms after eating the same food, an investigation is conducted by regulatory authorities, and the outbreak is confirmed by...
Read More

Deming’s 14 Points In Small Manufacturing – Part 7: Focus on Continual Improvement and Leadership

Deming has provided a framework for intuitional training and leadership to develop teams that are focused on continual improvement and reducing variability. He finishes his last two points with exceedingly important notes regarding supplier development and...
Read More

Get the Latest News & Updates

Preventive Maintenance Program Pitfalls

Preventive Maintenance Programs, or PMPs are initiatives meant to find problems before they occur, thus furthering efficiency and profits within the company. However, when not designed or managed correctly, PMPs can actually facilitate additional problems, completely...
Read More

How Companies Can Make Their Nonconformance Data Useful

Nonconformance is an unexpected event that occurs in the manufacturing process that deviates from the set standards or requirements. In most cases, these are problems that we unanticipated to arise along the way, derailing your entire plan. Entrepreneurs understand...
Read More

Engineering Change Order Risks

So you’ve got a new customer and they are sending some work your direction from the previous vendor.  You make the parts to print, do the first article inspection or PPAP and its perfect. However, the customer rejects that parts because they do not fit!  The previous...
Read More

Going Beyond the ISO Certification

While an ISO certification is important for your business, implementing the strategies that you need to take your company to the next level can be quite difficult. Just like any business venture, the planning process is not as hard as the implementation phase. Most...
Read More

The Juran Trilogy

Dr. Joseph Juran left us with many important fundamental methods and tools during his years as one of the leading experts on Quality Management. He emphasized that we must balance the attention we give to the importance of the tools we use, in order to manage for...
Read More

From Fred’s Desk: Make a Good First Impression

Parents always tried to teach their kids the importance of making a good first impression. As we got older and began dating and then went on job interviews, making a good first impression became very important. Doing some back-ground work to know what people liked or...
Read More

ISO Standards in the Food Industry

Did you know that food fraud exists?   The International Organization for Standardization website (iso.org) reports suggest that legit companies that deal with food retailing lose an average of fifteen billion every year as a result of food fraud.   How does...
Read More

Common Mistakes Companies Make When Using the Kaizen Approach

It is in the best interest of every operating business to make profits at the end of each business day. As a result, these institutions take advantage of the methodologies and techniques that optimize their profits to the maximum. Some of these approaches include risk...
Read More

Why a Food Safety Management System Is Important

A foodborne illness is a disease transmitted by food to people. An illness is considered an outbreak when two or more people report the same symptoms after eating the same food, an investigation is conducted by regulatory authorities, and the outbreak is confirmed by...
Read More

Deming’s 14 Points In Small Manufacturing – Part 7: Focus on Continual Improvement and Leadership

Deming has provided a framework for intuitional training and leadership to develop teams that are focused on continual improvement and reducing variability. He finishes his last two points with exceedingly important notes regarding supplier development and...
Read More

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Contact Ledge today. We can help.










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