The aim of this study was to explore how dimensions of organisational climate affect climate for quality in ØKOKRIM, and how the organisational climate for quality can be associated with their core task of investigation. Organisational climate measure (OCM) (Patterson et al. 2005) was used to explore organisational climate dimensions of effort, efficiency, production pressure and quality, and SWOT-interviews were used to explore perceptions around investigation. The survey data was analysed using correlation analysis and multiple regression analysis. The interview data was analysed using content analysis. The results showed that the climate dimension of effort had a statistically significant effect on quality. The interviews showed that in addition to the effort dimension, when associated with investigation, efficiency and production pressure were also perceived as potential contributors to quality. Practical and theoretical implications, as well as future research are discussed.