Thyson Technology achieves best possible quality and environmental certifications for 7th year running
November 6, 2015
Thyson Technology has been re-certified for ISO 90001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004, widely-recognised international standards that are awarded to companies that meet a range of quality assurance and environmental standards.
The company, which supplies analyser systems for energy, utilities and manufacturing businesses, passed both standards with flying colours following an audit by independent inspector ISOQAR with no major or minor non-conformities identified for the seventh year running.
To qualify for ISO9001:2008, companies need to demonstrate that they consistently meet the needs and expectations of customers, based on a comprehensive list of quality management principles. Passing ISO 14001:2004 meanwhile requires compliance with a range of local and international environmental regulations, as well as continuous improvement in management systems relating to environmental performance.
Mike Braddock, managing director of Thyson Technology, said: “This is the seventh year in a row we have been given an entirely clean bill of health for the quality we deliver to our customers and our environmental performance.
“We’re deeply committed to delivering excellent results for our clients, and to ensuring we minimise the impact our business has on the environment. However, it is good have this confirmed by a robust, independent audit process that will be familiar to all of our customers.
“I’d like to take this opportunity to thank all of our employees for their continued hard work, which has helped make this possible.”