Triple ISO and OHSAS certification for Acta Marine
Dutch maritime support provider Acta Marine has received three important management standards: ISO 14001:2015, ISO 9001:2015 and OHSAS 18001:2007.
With these new certifications, the company’s professional procedures and processes relating to quality, health, safety, and environment have been verified to international standards.
The three different certificates represent various aspects of Acta Marine’s activities. ISO 14001:2015, for example, involves environmental management. With this new certification under its belt, the company is displaying how it is minimising the way its operations negatively affect the environment. It also means that the company complies with all applicable environmental regulations, while constantly striving to improve its environmental focus.
Addressing occupational health and safety management systems, the second certificate, OHSAS 18001:2007, is also newly awarded. This ensures the highest levels of attention are paid to occupational health and safety performance.
The third certificate represents an update from the existing ISO 9001:2008 Standard to the new ISO 9001:2015 Standard. The accreditation concerns Acta Marine’s internal quality management systems.
The relevance of gaining three key standards of certification can be seen by looking closer at Acta Marine’s own activities. The company operates a fleet of more than 40 vessels; supporting coastal infrastructure and offshore energy projects all over the world. Moreover, Acta Marine’s client base is also characterised by its global reach.
“We are a globally operating company – aiming to minimize our environmental footprint as well as continuously improve the awareness and behaviour of our personnel regarding Quality, Health, Safety and Environment,” comments Acta Marine Managing Director Rob Boer.
“We are very happy to achieve these three certificates – this triple accreditation allows us to demonstrate to our clients that we not only have internationally recognised management systems, but that these cover every aspect of our work.”
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