Classic Builders is proud to announce it has obtained triple ISO certification (International Standards Organisation) in 9001, 14001 and 45001. The three operating standards in Quality Management, Environmental Management and Health and Safety Management are a clear representation of Classic Builders’ commitment to customer service, employee welfare and environmental accountability.
The International Standards Organisation was founded with the objective of answering a simple but key question: “what’s the best and most conscientious way of completing a task?”
It started with the obvious considerations (such as weights and measures), and over the last 50 years has developed into a set of internationally respected standards that cover everything from the buildings we live in to the quality of the light bulbs in our light fittings. Addressing these and more, International Standards mean that consumers can have confidence that their products and received services are safe, reliable and of good quality. ISO’s standards on quality, health and safety and environmental management are just a few of those that help make the world a safer and more customer centred place.
Regulators and governments rely on ISO standards to help develop better regulation; knowing they have a sound basis thanks to the involvement of globally-established experts.
Classic Builders’ Business Development Manager, Lewis Tolputt, had this to say –
“Achieving compliance and certification for three standards in just over a month is testament to the continued hard work and commitment each of our employees contribute. Our existing operating practices were already in line with ISO standards and it has taken only a few minor amendments to obtain this remarkable triple certification. This not only reiterates to our existing customers that we have been delivering our services to exceptionally high standards but shows our prospective clients that our business is deeply committed to continual development.”
ISO certification is becoming a distinguishing measurement for a company’s suitability for securing publicly funded contracts. Public authorities are duty bound to ensure they consider and use organisations that demonstrate best value and relevance through independently audited certification. For more information on ISO certification and related ISO Procurement Policies and Procedures, please visit ISO’s Procurement Fact Sheet here.