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Yeomans awarded two ISOs
Yeomans work awarded international recognition – ISOs
Yet again, we’ve been recognised as a company whose work you can trust. Earlier this year we were proudly awarded not one but TWO ISO certifications, ISO 9001 and ISO 14001! Yeomans has achieved the internationally recognised standards in quality and environmental management, establishing the business as a leader in our field.
This recognition allows us to display the coveted British Assessment Bureau certification marks associated with each ISO, the details of which are below.
ISO 9001 was first introduced in 1987 and requires organisations to demonstrate that they do what they say they do and that they have a quality management system in place to ensure consistency and improvement; leading to high levels of performance and customer satisfaction. Certified organisations are committed to continuous improvement and are assessed annually to ensure progress is being maintained.
ISO 14001:2004 was first introduced 1996 as a British Standard and requires organisations to have an environmental policy and action plan to manage their impact on their environment. Certified organisations are committed to continuous improvement and are assessed annually to ensure progress is being maintained.
MD, Phil Broad says, “We are particularly pleased to have achieved these certifications as they underlines our commitment to our customers and our focus on quality. Not many customers get to see their suppliers’ ‘back-office’ activities. This recognition demonstrates we can provide a quality solution from quotation to delivery.”
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