Quality Assurance - In October 2012 Able 2 Achieved ISO9001-2008 Accreditation

Quality Assurance - In October 2012 Able 2 Achieved ISO9001-2008 Accreditation

In October 2012 Able 2 achieved ISO9001-2008 accreditation which is in recognition of our established Quality Management System. This sytem enables us to continually monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of our policies and procedures.

Our management systems have been developed to provide an appropriate and practical tool for Able 2 personnel to monitor the progress and continual improvement of our work and ensure that all elements of our service are measured with regard to quality and relevance as set out in our Mission Statement.

We can offer a tailor made service ensuring that all of your requirements are met, and that these requirements can be monitored through our database by the monitoring tools currently in place which are updated on a regular basis. This enables us to identify potential under performance and address any shortfalls without delay.

At the commencement of any new contracts Able 2 will appoint an Occupational Therapy Manager who together with the Business Manager will provide a clear, professional and appropriate system to summarise the requirement of the contract with regard to timescales, administrative requirements, expectations or any other directives as set out within the contract, including any monitoring tools as necessary.

We will also ensure that regular monitoring meetings take place to confirm expectations and service delivery with the relevant personnel.

We are currently working through the transition from ISO9001:2008 to ISO 9001:2015 and also ISO27001. We will update our web site as soon as we have completed this transition

Official Sponsors of the Disability Discrimination Act of 2006

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The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) 1995 aims to end the discrimination that faces many people with disabilities. This Act has been significantly extended, including by the Disability Discrimination (NI) Order 2006 (DDO).

It now gives people with disabilities rights in the areas of employment, education access to goods, facilities and services, including larger private clubs and transport services and for tenants to make disability-related adaptations functions of public bodies, for example issuing of licences.