Liberty passes ISO recertification audit with flying colours
Liberty has successfully retained its certificates relating to international standards in quality, environment and health and safety.
The firm has been certified for another three years in ISO:9001 (Quality), ISO 14001 (Environment) and OHSAS:18001 (Health and Safety) following a two-week audit involving every branch of the company.
ISO is an independent, non-governmental international organization which sets International Standards to ensure quality, safety and efficiency for almost every industry around the world.
As part of its focus on continuous improvement across the business, Liberty voluntarily sets its own key performance indicators, setting high standards for ISO to assess. ISO then audits these in specific areas, giving an external stamp of approval.
ISO:9001 covers how the firm monitors the quality of its work in every area from repairs and maintenance and gas servicing, to renewable energy and facilities management.
The ISO:14001 looks at how Liberty is striving to be a greener organisation, for example one target involves taking steps to reduce energy use by one per cent.
And the OHSAS:18001 reviews the rigorous health and safety procedures the company sets itself and how it is working to improve its processes. For example, by increasing training offered in specific areas.
James Malone, Group HSQE Director at Liberty, said: “These ISO certificates are an external stamp of approval that show we are meeting the high standards we set ourselves in quality, environment and health and safety.
“At Liberty we are always looking for ways to continuously improve everything we do. The ISO certificates show our clients we go above and beyond to deliver a first-class service.”