Specifying the rigorous requirements of the company’s Quality management systems, ISO:9001 Certification highlights Brotherwood’s consistently robust approach to quality management, assuring their clients that every Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle that the WAV conversion specialists produce has been meticulously engineered in line with stringent regulatory requirements.
Brotherwood first gained ISO9001 accreditation back in 2001 and have maintained the standard for the following two decades. Based on the concept of continual improvement, Brotherwood’s commitment to quality has led to the development of exacting quality control systems and monitoring processes, delivering a strict Conformity of Production that also enables the company to comply with the most demanding Type Approval regulations such as ECWVTA (European Community Whole Vehicle Type Approval).
The result is a product that inspires customer confidence across the full range of Brotherwood Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles, including the Mercedes-Benz V-Class ‘Klastar’ and the new Toyota Proace Verso ‘Tigon’ conversions; vehicles used by wheelchair users and their families across the UK and beyond to deliver comfortable, inclusive and safe wheelchair accessible transport. The peace of mind provided by 20 years of certified quality management further evidence of Brotherwood’s reputation as a market leader in the design and manufacture of Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles.