Introducing Michael Tait

Introducing Michael Tait, Viz Reflectives newly appointed quality manager. 

A quality specialist with over 40 years’ experience in the pharmaceutical industry, Michael has  joined the company to develop and maintain Viz Reflectives’s quality management processes, with the aim to gain accreditation to ISO9001. Michael who lives locally in Nantwich, brings a wealth of experience to his new role, and has already participated in Viz Reflectives recent Standard 100 by OEKO TEX audit. Michael will be undertaking quality training with the production and management teams.

This coincides with the installation of new testing equipment including a Wascator, Electrolux tumble dryer, Flexiburn FR testing cabinet, and a hand held Roadvista 932 measuring device, for testing the 16 angles of reflectivity including daytime chromaticity on. This will enable inhouse quality testing of M-Lite and VizLite reflective products and VizLite DT phosphorescent fire tapes. For more information on our testing abilities click the link below.

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