Prudential Cleanroom Services Maintains ISO 9001:2008 Certification


Prudential Cleanroom Services, a world leader in cleanroom laundry service systems, today announced that it has completed its surveillance audits for ISO 9001:2008 through TUV SUD America, Inc. Prudential has implemented a Quality Management System in accordance with: ISO 9001:2008. This certification applies to Prudential’s corporate headquarters and its national network of six cleanroom laundry processing facilities located in Los Angeles and Milpitas, CA; Mesa, AZ; Austin, TX; Richmond, VA; Portland, OR; and the company’s Distribution Center in Cerritos, CA. The scope of this Quality Management System includes providing cleanroom apparel and other contamination control products and services for use in controlled environments.

“This year’s audits included the Austin, TX processing plant becoming the first plant to bring its industrial process under the ISO Management System, and the first certification for the Distribution Center in Cerritos, CA.  Prudential is looking forward moving to the ISO 9001:2015 standard in 2018,” states Dianne Knitter, Director of Quality Assurance at Prudential.

“The entire organization is extremely proud of the cleanroom division’s ISO 9001:2008 certification, and our first certification for our Distribution Center. This reinforces Prudential’s ongoing commitment to providing Best-in-Class quality products and services,” comments Tom Watts, President of Prudential Overall Supply.

The Company’s Quality Management System received its initial certificate of registration to ISO 9000:1994 in March 2000.

Release date: 05/04/2017

Contact: Jerry Martin, V.P. of Sales & Marketing (949) 250-4850 ext 275

By: Jerry Martin, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Prudential Overall Supply

About the author

Jerry Martin is the Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Prudential Overall Supply, a leading provider of workplace uniforms and personal protective equipment (PPE) to a wide range of industries and organizations. Currently a board member for the American Reusable Textile Association (ARTA) where he works on projects to further the benefits of reusable textiles versus disposable alternatives. Martin also contributes to the Textile Rental Service Association (TRSA) where he is a former chairman of the association's Marketing & PR committee and helped establish TRSA’s international standard for its Clean Green certification program.