For the eighth successive year, Green-tech has achieved the ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 accreditation certification, with the 2015 being the most detailed and comprehensive quality and environmental standard.
ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 are implemented by more than a million organisations in over 170 countries.
The independent assessment was conducted by the British Assessment Bureau, a Certification Body, and demonstrates Green-tech’s commitment to ISO 9001; customer service and quality in delivery and ISO 14001; and environmental impact.
ISO 9001 requires organisations demonstrate they do what they say they do, and have a Quality Management System to ensure consistency and improvement. Certified organisations such as Green-tech are committed to continuous improvement and are assessed to ensure progress is being maintained.
ISO 14001 requires organisations to have an environmental policy and an action plan to manage their impact on the environment. Green-tech has successfully demonstrated its environmental credentials and met the rigorous testing procedures to give stakeholders reassure it takes corporate responsibilities seriously.
Rachel Kay, Green-tech’s Managing Director said: “We are delighted to have achieved ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001: 2015 certification, as it underlines our commitment to our customers and our focus on quality and the environment. Not many customers get to see their suppliers’ ‘back office’ activities. This recognition demonstrates we can provide a quality solution from quotation through to delivery. We work within the ISO framework to help us to deliver consistently high levels of performance and customer satisfaction. To be one of the first companies in our industry to be assessed against the 2015 criteria is even more significant for us, so this is great news. I’m really pleased.”