ISO 9001:2015 demonstrates an absolute commitment to quality; OHSAS 18001:2007 confirms continual diligence in improving health and safety systems; and ISO 14001:2015 acknowledges working practices designed to maximise sustainability and minimise impact on the environment.
The achievement came after eight days of audits at Kemada offices and site locations around the UK. The assessment process involved the comprehensive and rigorous evaluation of all operations. The result was a resounding confirmation of the company’s competence in the crucial areas of quality, health and safety and environmental management.
Assurance for customers, suppliers and staff
Kemada Director, Kevin Gibbons said: “We are extremely proud to be awarded these accreditations as it recognises the level of our commitment to quality, health and safety and the environment. It also supports the successful delivery of projects by ensuring effective processes are embedded in our Integrated Management System and everything we do. We would like to thank and congratulate our team for all their hard work, effort and commitment in achieving this fantastic result”.
With these three official accreditations, Kemada’s customers, suppliers and staff can rest assured that, whatever their interaction with the company, it will occur within a framework of quality, minimised risk and environmental respect.