Novacroft has made the transition to ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 a year ahead of the end of the September 2018 deadline
Novacroft’s Governance & Business Improvement Team, working alongside the wider business, has successfully adapted the company’s quality and environmental management systems to meet the requirements set out in the 2015 revisions of the existing ISO 9001 quality management and ISO 14001 environmental management standards.
With a target of September 2018 for transition being complete, Novacroft is proud to be months ahead of the curve in achieving certification to the latest revisions of standards at the cornerstone of its business operations. For Novacroft, business compliance has long been business critical, and the company also gained re-certification to ISO 14001 in February 2018.
Karen Waldock, Head of Governance & Business Improvement, pictured above, said:
This is great news for us and for our clients. Generally, transition takes at least twelve months, but thanks to the team we were able to complete all work and bring this forward by six months. Many thanks to all involved. The structured, systematic business approach that standards require gives us the rigour, resilience and security to provide excellence within our team and in all that we do for our clients. The ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 standards we now hold mean clients can remain assured of the consistency and quality of the standards we set ourselves across all our activities.