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Today, nearly 4200 companies in 78 countries are licensed to use the API Monogram mark on their products. These companies range from small, entrepreneurial firms to large, multinational corporations, supplying the oil and natural gas industry with products it needs to get the job done right.

API Monogram licensees are committed to modern quality management systems compliant with API’s industry-leading quality management standard, API Spec Q1. API Spec Q1 meets all of the ISO 9001 requirements plus additional elements deemed valuable by the oil and natural gas industry. In addition, all API Monogram licensees must have the technical capability to meet one or more API product specifications at the site applying for API recognition. ALL Monogram licensees are audited by the API prior to receiving the right to use the Monogram mark on products.

The API Monogram mark on products is a warranty by API Monogram licensees to the API and its purchasers that the marked products comply in every aspect with the applicable API product specification in effect at the time of manufacture.

APIQR is accredited by the ANAB  (ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board) for ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. APIQR can register your organization to ISO 9001, API Spec Q1, API Spec Q2, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 simply and easily.

ISO 9001

Global demands and an increasingly competitive business environment in the oil and natural gas industry have created new measures by which organizations must demonstrate their abilities. That’s where the APIQR can help. APIQR can register your company to ISO 9001.

API Spec Q1

Based on API’s Spec Q1, Specification for Quality Programs, companies that either manufacture products to API specifications, or provide industry services not covered by an API standard, can apply for API Spec Q1 Registration. By meeting the quality system requirements of API Spec Q1, companies can show their customers they meet the industry’s demands by becoming an API Spec Q1 Registered Organization.

API Spec Q2

API Spec Q2 is the first international quality management system standard for service supply organizations offered by the American Petroleum Institute. Published in December 2011, API Spec Q2, Specification for Quality Management System Requirements for Service Supply Organizations for Petroleum and Natural Gas Industries outlines fundamental quality management system requirements that are critical to upstream operations. The industry-written specification applies to critical activities such as well construction, intervention, production, abandonment, well servicing, equipment repair and maintenance, and inspection activities.

Service supply organizations will implement the requirements of API Spec Q2 throughout their quality management systems, creating a larger, more qualified service supply base. Compliant service supply organizations will boast superior quality management systems that control all operational processes, provide consistent results, manage change effectively, continually improve, reduce operational downtime, and increase customer satisfaction.

A known leader in management system certification, API offers organizations the opportunity to show the world they take quality seriously.

ISO 14001

A clean environment is important to everyone. And the oil and natural gas industry is doing its part to keep its impact on land, air, and water to a minimum. APIQR is pleased to offer environmental management system registration to ISO 14001. Our two-phased audit approach by experienced professionals provides an efficient and cost-effective vehicle for attaining this increasingly sought-after registration.

OHSAS 18001

People are your business’s most valuable assets, and assets must be protected. Through the effective implementation of an occupational health and safety management system, risks to your employees are identified and removed before any harm is felt. Your employees are safe and your business continues. API offers management system registration to the globally recognized standard for health and safety, OHSAS 18001.