Confirmation of ISO recertification for Severn Partnership
Severn Partnership announces that they have been successfully reviewed and recertified by the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) for Quality Management (ISO 9001: 2015), Occupational Health & Safety (ISO 45001: 2018) and Environmental Management (ISO 14001: 2015), as of January 2018.
Known for driving efficiencies for clients through reductions in Cost Carbon and Casualties, Severn Partnership are proud of this further example of their commitment to efficiency and effectiveness across both paper and work flows throughout the organisation. Jim Roberts, Compliance Manager at Severn Partnership comments:
“We are proud to announce our ISO recertification. Confirmation of Severn Partnership meeting all the criteria set out for each of the Standards, perfectly reflects our ethos of continual improvement throughout the company. As you can imagine, Severn Partnership were delighted to receive the news of this recertification, as it officially confirms that we are performing at the highest levels of quality and efficiency – which is essential in the delivery of the innovative, high quality and customer-focused solutions that our customers know and trust us for.”
International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) 9001:2015 is the most updated standard of its kind and focuses on quality management systems and performance. It assists companies in developing a management system that aligns quality with their wider business strategy. There is a focus on risk-based thinking and accountability in all organisational processes that helps improve communications, efficiency, and implementation of continuous improvement.
ISO 45001:2018 is a new Occupational health and safety management systems Standard that provides a framework to improve employee safety, reduce workplace risks and create better, safer working conditions.
ISO 1400:2015 and its supporting standards such as ISO 14006:2011 provides practical tools for companies and organisations of all kinds looking to manage their environmental responsibilities. The standard focus on specific approaches such as audits, communications, labelling and life cycle analysis, as well as environmental challenges such as climate change.