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ISO certifications allow companies to benefit from improved processes and controls, whilst providing additional credibility to potential and existing customers.

ISO 9001 Certification

ISO 9001 is a globally recognised standard and is rapidly becoming the most important quality standard in the world. More and more businesses will only deal with accredited companies as they recognise the controls in product, service and quality.

The ISO 9001 certification aims to provide a practical and workable Quality Management System (QMS) to help improve and monitor all areas of your business. By designing and implementing an effective QMS into your business, you will be able to focus on the important areas of your business and improve efficiency.

Your competitors will probably be ISO 9001 accredited and so should you!

ISO 14001 Certification

ISO 14001 is becoming the standard “Environmental” certification and is recognised all over the world. Every major country has “Green Quotas” to identify and meet, and this certification often opens up opportunities for businesses that achieve the certification. The international standard will specify the requirements for an effective environmental management system (EMS). The EMS would provide companies with a framework to follow which could be used to improve resource efficiency, reduce waste and reduce costs.

ISO 14001 is a tool for managing the impacts of an organization’s activities on the environment, and will allow your business to consider environmental issues before they become a problem.

ISO 45001

ISO 45001 is an ISO standard for management systems of occupational health and safety.

Although you are not required by law to implement ISO 45001 it can go a long way to demonstrate compliance with health safety law and can help provide a structured framework for ensuring a safe and healthy workplace.

About ISO 45001

ISO 45001 is an ISO standard for management systems of occupational health and safety.

ISO 45001 History

ISO 45001 was first published in 2018 and is the international version of the British Standard BS OHSAS 18001.

The Need for ISO 45001

Health and safety is obviously an important part of any business, regardless of how remote the risks may be. ISO 45001 recognises this and allows for a business to implement an effective safety system that goes above and beyond compliance. In a worst case scenario should your business find itself in court for a health and safety incident having 18001 can work in your defence.

Benefits of having ISO 45001

ISO 45001 not only demonstrates legal compliance but also allows for improvement in your occupation health and safety performance

ISO 45001 Requirements

Naturally, there are a number of requirements that a company needs to meet in order to meet the ISO 45001 health and safety standard; particularly in relation to compliance, consultation and risk assessment.

(SIA) – Approved Contractor Scheme

The Approved Contractors’ scheme will demonstrate to your customers and suppliers that your business is running professionally. It proves that you continually strive to improve business processes and that you monitor and control service standards. The scheme also helps to raise performance standards and to assist the private security industry in developing new opportunities.

Many security companies are unable to secure contracts with councils, local government, large corporate and construction companies due to a lack of certification. This results in smaller unsecured contracts which makes it very difficult to plan for the business.

You don’t want to be excluded for quoting for large contracts and ongoing business opportunities simply because your company does not have this important standard. The clear solution is to step up to the mark and gain the SIA certification. Read More

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