Our Quality Assurance Program has been a natural outgrowth of over 35 prior years of dedication to quality products and services; of which Fabco Manufacturing Inc. is justly proud. We have accepted the guidance of the International Standards Organization (ISO) and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) in establishing our quality.
Commitment to Quality begins with the company officers and extends to every member of the Fabco team. Quality efforts, directed toward a common goal, result from clear agreements between Fabco and our clients. Quality is based on fulfilling the agreement with our client and adherence to accepted standards, codes and practices applicable to the work we do.
Company Mission and Quality Policy
Fabco is committed to being an innovative leader in precision sheet metal and machine parts fabrication. We are focused on providing exceptional value in quality, cost, delivery and service that exceeds the expectations of our customers, associates and business partners.
We are committed to provide:
- Professionally executed services and projects.
- Recognition and adherence to appropriate standards and procedures.
- Full and open communication on a personal basis.
- Adherence to our agreed upon task or project objective.
- Professional and ethical conduct.
Fabco believes that quality begins with our vendors. We not only qualify and audit our vendors, but we also perform stringent inspections on our in-bound material and on our outsource partners. Our quality department performs random in process audits in addition to rigorous first article inspections that have allowed our customers to implement "dock to stock" programs. Our company is divided into work centers that are managed by team leaders that share our "zero defects" objective. If a problem is found, we institute a corrective action program. All of the above have resulted in a RMA rate of less than 0.5%.
Each Fabco employee has the authority and responsibility to notify the quality assurance manager or an officer of the company of any condition which could affect the quality, reliability, or safety of an item covered by this program.