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Boulder, Colo.-based fall protection equipment provider DEUS Rescue says it has achieve ISO 9001:2008 certification for the manufacture, assembly and supply of fall protection equipment.

The ISO 9001:2008 standard represents an international consensus on good management practices that facilitates the use of effective processes, which are consistently monitored and continually improved, with the aim of ensuring that an organization can repeatedly deliver the products and services that meet the customer's quality requirements.

Formed in 2004, DEUS Rescue manufactures and sells controlled-descent devices in various industrial markets, such as wind energy, for individuals working at height.

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