Energyst, one of the world’s leading providers of power and temperature control rental solutions, has been awarded ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 certifications. These certifications confirm that Energyst maintains high standards that are recognised globally.
ISO 9001 certification specifies requirements for a quality management system. It proves that Energyst has developed a structured and flexible framework in order to ensure that our processes consistently meet the needs of our customers.
ISO 14001 specifies requirements for environmental management systems. This certification, which is recognised worldwide, provides assurance that a company effectively manages and mitigates its impact on the environment and constantly strives to improve its environmental performance. At Energyst we are committed to reducing our environmental impact and meeting sustainability expectations and achieve this by continuously improving our environmental management system.
OHSAS 18001 is a globally recognised health and safety management system specification. It promotes initiatives designed to ensure that a company provides and maintains a safe and healthy workplace. Energyst identifies and controls health and safety risks and reduces the potential for accidents. This improves the overall performance of our employees. Safeguarding the wellbeing of our employees and customers is our focus and top priority.
“At Energyst we put real energy into establishing sound health and safety practices throughout our organisation”, said Gary Smith, Energyst’s CEO. “It aligns with Energyst’s Real Safety initiative, the pursuit to safeguard the well-being of its employees and customers. We are committed to create the best possible circumstances for our employees so they can put all their energy into finding the best possible rental solution for our customers. This commitment helps to ensure that we consistently manage our environmental and health & safety risks through comprehensive systems in compliance with ISO and OHSAS standards of excellence.”