Wells Vehicle Electronics believes that everyone has the right to a safe and healthy working environment, that we earn the right to operate by being effective stewards of the environment, and that all Environmental, Health and Safety incidents are preventable.
To demonstrate our commitment to these standards, Wells Vehicle Electronics has earned certifications from the organizations listed below.
ISO 14001 certification requires Wells Vehicle Electronics to monitor and control the environmental effects of its activities, products, and services. ISO 14001 also assesses energy usage, waste creation disposal, and general environmental awareness. Our goal is to reduce waste and minimize the use of hazardous materials while preserving our natural resources, as well as continue to manufacture top-quality products. All materials entering our plants are evaluated as to their potential environmental effects. ISO 14001 also considers the final disposition of manufactured products when their useful life has ended.
General Motors, Daimler Chrysler, Ford Motor Company, and most European automakers require their suppliers to achieve ISO 14001 certification. Achieved in 2003, Wells Vehicle Electronics was one of the first engine management component manufacturers to attain this critical environmental certification.
ISO/IATF 16949 Certification
Members of the IATF (International Automotive Task Force) developed the ISO/IATF 16949 certification. The IATF consists of BMW, Daimler Chrysler, Fiat, Ford, General Motors, Peugeot, Volkswagen, and several other automotive manufacturers. This certification is required by many automotive manufacturers to remain a Tier 1 supplier to them. Wells Vehicle Electronics is proud to say we have taken our manufacturing qualifications to the highest level by earning the ISO/IATF 16949 certification. Our employees have made the extra effort to ensure all our systems and processes meet the rigorous requirements of the International Automotive Industry.
Ford Q1 Certification
This Ford program requires that a supplier's facility achieve excellence in four critical areas: capable systems, continuous improvement, ongoing performance, and, most importantly, satisfied customers. Wells first earned the Q1 award in 1989 and it is in our possession today. By meeting Ford's stringent requirements once again, Wells raises the bar. It is easy to see why Wells is the supplier of choice of OE and aftermarket suppliers.
This accreditation demonstrates technical competence of testing and callibration for a defined scope and the operation of a laboratory quality management system in the following areas: electrical – EMC/EMI testing, environmental testing and mechanical testing.