Six Sigma certificate for Grossman


Grossman Jet Service gains Six Sigma certification

Grossmann Jet Service recently concluded Six Sigma certification
following attendance of training courses in London
and Prague.

The structure of Six Sigma provides a highly disciplined method of
training that enables organisations to focus on developing and delivering
near-perfect products and services.  The word ‘Sigma’ is a statistical
term measuring how far a given process deviates from perfection.  The key
ideology behind Six Sigma is that if the number of ‘defects’ in a process can
be measured, they can systematically be eliminated to get as close to ‘zero
defects’ as possible.  An organisation that has achieved Six Sigma
certification demonstrates a dedication to efficient processes across the board
and allocates fewer resources to correction and more towards production.

“We are delighted to have achieved Six Sigma certification,” said chief
executive officer Dagmar Grossmann.  “In an industry where safety processes
are essential, Six Sigma is a valuable asset.  Our business is essentially
about time saving and utilising the Six Sigma method enables us to work to our
maximum potential, for ourselves and importantly for our clients.”

Grossmann Jet operates an Embraer Legacy 600 and Hawker 900 XP.