Customer service and customer satisfaction are the cornerstone of any good business. We strive to make the process of obtaining and maintaining certification a pleasant process.
ACSC operates with an open door policy. Please feel free to contact us at any time with questions, concerns, complaints, comments and praise.
John M. Havrilla, CHMM, MS - Director of Operations
John Havrilla has accumulated over 30 years of management system certification service experience by auditing for multiple internationally accredited certification bodies throughout the USA, Canada, Mexico and Japan. He holds a Master's Degree from Wayne State University and a Bachelor's Degree from Central Michigan University. John has over 10 years experience as a certification body Program Manager, where he assisted with the development, implementation and maintenance of ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSMS 18001 accredited certification bodies. John leads our team of professionals on a daily basis and is always available to talk. He has attained Exemplar Global certification status as an QMS, EMS and OHSMS Lead Auditor.
You can email John directly at firstname.lastname@example.org / (248) 321-3309
Sharon Maher - Sales Representative
Sharon has over 20 years of sales experience in the automotive and publishing industries. She joined ACSC in July 2022, to help develop new business opportunities as well as support ACSC in the audit process. Sharon has completed the Exemplar Global accredited Lead Auditor Training for ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 45001:2018. Sharon holds a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Michigan-Dearborn and an Associates Degree from Monroe County Community College.
You can email John directly at email@example.com / (734) 740-8992
The client organization has the right to appeal
nonconformities, auditor recommendations or decisions related to
certification, including enforcement actions. Requests for appeal shall
be written and forwarded to the Director of Operations or President of
ACSC. The appeal shall be submitted by the client organization within
thirty (30) calendar days from the initiation of the issue being
appealed. ACSC shall formally reply to an appeal within thirty (30)
calendar days of receipt. As necessary, progress reports on the status
of the appeal will be provided to the appellant every thirty (30)
calendar days. At the end of the appeal handling process, ACSC will
provide formal written notice of the final action(s) to be taken.
All complaints will be evaluated and a decision made by
individual(s) not previously involved in the subject of the complaint.
Complaints related to ACSC services or auditor performance should be
forwarded to the President or Director of Operations, or sent via email
to firstname.lastname@example.org. Complaints will be reviewed by
appropriate members of the ACSC management team. ACSC shall formally
reply to a complaint within thirty (30) calendar days of receipt. As
necessary, progress reports on the status of the complaint will be
provided to the complainant every thirty (30) calendar days.
Complaints received by ACSC about a certified client
organization shall be validated and kept confidential between ACSC and
the complainant. Valid complaints will be relayed to the client
organization within fourteen (14) calendar days. ACSC shall determine,
together with the certified client organization and the complainant,
whether and, if so to what extent, the subject of the complaint and its
resolution will be made public. ACSC will track and record all appeals,
disputes and complaints, including all actions undertaken to resolve.
If the client organization is not satisfied with the outcome
of the complaint resolution, dispute or appeal, the organization may
request an independent evaluation by an Appeals Panel. The request
shall be made in writing by the organization within thirty (30) days of
the decision made by ACSC management. ACSC may, at its discretion, hold
in suspension any enforcement action against the client organization
until the Appeals Panel has made a final decision. All decisions by the
Appeals Panel are considered final. The Appeals Panel shall be made up
of at least two (2) independent and qualified Lead Auditors selected
from ACSC’s pool of qualified Lead Auditors.