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Woodmace achieves suite of ISO accreditations

Posted on: 17/09/2021

Woodmace Ltd, the Poole based civil engineering, groundworks, and reinforced concrete frame specialists, are proud to have achieved ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 certifications.

These guarantee consistency in our day-to-day operations, whilst ensuring that our services meet our customer requirements and that our business processes are repeatable, documented, and standardised.

These prestigious accreditations demonstrate that Woodmace is continuously improving and developing. This is in-line with our business growth plans by ensuring Woodmace can expand whilst maintaining consistently high levels of customer service, health and safety, quality, environmental performance both in terms of products and service.”  Joshua Eiles-Clark, Managing Director

ISO 9001 is the benchmark for quality management and a critical tool for our business by setting out the necessary steps to adopting a quality management system. It is designed to help organisations ensure they meet the needs and expectations of both customers and other interested parties, based on internationally recognised quality management principles set out by the International Organization for Standardisation (ISO).

ISO 14001 demonstrates we have a documented Environmental Management System (EMS) in place, that business activities reduce the impact on the environment and that we are a responsible future focused organisation.
ISO 45001 certification demonstrates best-practice in ‘Occupational Health & Safety Management System’, reducing the likelihood of on-site accidents, providing compliance, as well as improving our organisation’s overall performance.
The assessment was conducted by the leading certification body, QMS.

“This is a real achievement for the business and ensures consistency in our process and day to day operations.  It also assists by providing a process to ensure works are undertaken in a safe environment.  The certification formalises the hard work and diligence of all our people in the business and helps continue the culture of quality, environmental consideration; safety and responsibility we aim for”, said Erika Markham, Business Development & Marketing Manager, Woodmace.




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