- On 24th October 2019
- In General, Project Management
- By Izaak
Exo Environmental has today started the process towards ISO accreditation, but what does this mean and what is the purpose of ISO?
Well, ISO stands for the International Organisation for Standardisation and is an independent body which gives world-class specifications for products, services and systems to ensure quality, safety and efficiency. ISO accreditation is thus instrumental in achieving business success, increasing confidence and trust between organisations exchanging services. This is done by ensuring they are receiving products efficient for their intended purposes, reducing the risk of profit loss.
To attract the largest clients and to give Exo an enhanced competitiveness and eligibility to win large contracts and tenders, we have applied for ISO accreditation in three areas;
1) Quality 2) Health and safety and 3) Environment.
These ISO’s will give clients confidence that Exo delivers internationally recognised services. It allows us to meet the highest Quality standards whilst simultaneously meeting Health and Safety regulations. More importantly our services reach and exceed Environmental sustainability goals set out in environmental protection legislation such as the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 and Waste Framework Directive.
Exo Environmental have started the process towards enhancing our client scope and driving the business forwards. Watch this space!!
The ISO’s we are applying for also meet our Core Values: Environment, Clients and Team. Take a look at our Core Values: http://exo-env.co.uk/about-us/core-values/