We’re proud to have achieved the following Standards & Accreditations
ISO 9001 is the world’s most recognised Quality Management System (QMS) standard. It promotes principles and practices that help organisations meet the needs of their customers and other stakeholders more effectively – achieved by building a framework to ensure consistent quality in the provision of goods and services.
Focussed on preventative risk and hazard assessment, ISO 45001 ensures processes are in place to prevent risks as opposed to reacting to them once they are detected by others. The internal auditing system provides an ‘early warning system’ to help us spot & address potential threats to health and safety.
ISO45001 is an international standard for management of Information Security. It sets out requirements for effective management of information assets, enabling organisations to avoid costly penalties and financial losses, and keeping their, and their customers’, data secure.
ISO 14001 is an internationally agreed standard that sets out the requirements for an environmental management system. It helps OSIL improve our environmental performance through more efficient use of resources and reduction of waste.
Achilles UVDB is an independent audit of an organisation’s Safety, Health, Environment, Quality (SHEQ) management systems and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). It’s used by the utilities sector in the UK to manage risk within the supply chain and comply with EU regulations.
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- How Odour Monitoring, Sampling and Analysis works?When odour management decisions are based on nothing but guesswork this often results in incorrectly specified odour control […]
- Odour Monitoring in Biogas ProjectsOdour monitoring in biogas projects is an essential stage of odour management. It is necessary to ensure that […]
- Wastewater Odour Control: An Evolution of TechnologiesWastewater treatment plants produce significant volumes of odour that must be treated before contaminated air can be exhausted […]