Geneva-based ISO (International Organization for Standardization, www.iso.ch), comprised of 147 member countries, is recognized worldwide as the international arbiter of quality management. ISO certification means that an independent auditor, after an on-site, multi-day, intensive investigation, has verified that a company's processes that influence quality conform to what the international experts consider essential. The objective, according to ISO, is to give the firm's customers confidence that the company is in control of the way it does things.
Cochran, a vertically integrated company, is recognized worldwide as the technology leader in dive computers. Cochran dive computers are built to withstand the toughest environments, yet are simple to use and understand. In addition to the U.S. Navy, a growing number of other nations' armed services have adopted the Cochran dive computers.
Cochran dive products are sold to recreational, technical, commercial, and military customers, worldwide. Cochran produces products for other markets, as well.
Michael Cochran, founder and CEO of Cochran Undersea Technology and holder of more than 60 patents, said, "It is gratifying to receive this objective certification, which further reflects our commitment to quality in all aspects of our business." For more information on Cochran dive computers visit, www.divecochran.com