To obtain FAIM accreditation, International Removals companies must undergo a rigorous on-site assessment to ensure that the company meets all of the FAIM criteria. FIDI members must achieve at least 70% in each quality parameter or competence area and this is re-assessed every two years. There are 16 quality parameters, some of which include, facilities and equipment, staff knowledge, legal compliance, financial stability, documentation and insurance and risk management. FAIM is independently audited by one of the world’s leading management consultants, Ernst and Young.
FAIM certification provides peace of mind for customers as it covers every aspect of the International Moving process. John Mason International are established members of FIDI. Our FAIM qualification demonstrates our serious commitment to providing a high quality service.