Before, Inductotherm Heating & Welding was accredited with the ISO 9001 certification while it now has the ISO 14001 certification which is significant for health & safety and the ISO 45001 certification which recognises environmental concerns.
Inductotherm Heating & Welding Ltd. has announced its accreditation by the British Standards Institute (BSI) with ISO 45001- Health & Safety and ISO 14001- Environmental certifications. The UK-based firm already had the ISO 9001- Quality certificate.
As stated in an official release by the Company, the Inductotherm Heating & Welding team works diligently to assess and implement new working practices so as to raise standards on a continual basis. The Company commends the contribution of Mr. Martyn Tucker, H&S Officer; Mr. Paul Carr, Production Manager, and Mr. Alan Mosdell, IMS Manager.
The ‘Quality ISO 9001’ certification highlights the commitment of the company to keep providing products and services that meet or exceed the customers’ requirements and expectations.
Occupational Health & Safety ‘ISO 45001’ accreditation emphasises the due regard given to occupational health and safety as an essential part of the responsibilities and commitment to eliminating hazards and reducing OH&S risks. The promotion of safety and health matters is recognised as a mutual duty and objective of all management and employees.
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Furthermore, the Environment ‘ISO 14001’ certification implies that Inductotherm Heating & Welding recognises that there is an impact on the environment from its activities, particularly through the use of natural resources and the generation of wastes as well as the direct and indirect carbon emissions. The certification recognises that the induction technology of the Company upgrades many polluting heating and welding methods such as gas. This commitment has already seen Inductotherm Heating & Welding switch all its company’s energy use to renewables.