Aliva UK has been audited and received renewals for two key ISO certifications in recognition of its quality management and the way it manages its environmental responsibilities.
ISO 9001 sets out the criteria for a quality management system and is based on a number of principles, including a strong customer focus, the processes used and the commitment to continual improvement. Meeting the standards set by ISO 9001 helps ensure that Aliva’s customers get consistent, good quality facades and services.
Meanwhile, ISO 14001 maps out a framework to follow to set up an effective environmental management system. It provides assurance that the environmental impact of Aliva’s work is being measured and continually improved to ensure compliance with current and future regulatory requirements.
Aliva UK Managing Director James Ormerod said:
We are committed to ensuring that the quality of service we provide for our clients is at the highest possible level, so being audited and continuing to be certified for ISO 9001 is an important benchmark.
We are also determined to continue to improve our environmental performance through more efficient use of resources and reduction of waste, which makes ISO 14001 another important certification renewal for us.
Both of these standards are about continually optimising the work that we do for the benefit of our clients, so we are delighted to have both these renewals confirmed having been originally accredited in 2013.”