HSEQ Accreditation for Aramark's North Sea Teams
ISO 14001 is the international standard for designing and implementing an effective environmental management system, whereas ISO 9001 is the international standard for a quality management system, and ISO 45001 is the standard for occupational health and safety management systems. The three standards are extremely important to the work Aramark teams carry out.
Commenting on the accreditations, Andrew Thomson, managing director, Aramark Offshore, said:
"Achieving three ISO standards is a wonderful achievement and a tangible testament to the incredible work carried out every day by our Aramark team. It is a clear indicator of the exemplary standard of operations driven across the board. We are dedicated to delivering a service that incorporates the highest standards of safety, quality and reliability that exceeds our client’s expectations.
"We are extremely proud of this accreditation but we also realise that the certification itself isn't the end goal for us. Quality is a continuous process, and we will always continue to strive to improve our processes. This isn't just a promise we make - it's a promise we prove, over and over again. It speaks volumes about our approach to service delivery in offshore environments and highlights our continuous commitment in achieving highest standards of health and safety and our zero tolerance for unnecessary risk."
To celebrate the achievement, the teams were joined by Regional President for BP North Sea, Ariel Flores and Aramark Director HSEQ, Neill Murray. Both Ariel and Neill praised the teams’ tireless commitment and dedication to HSEQ and Aramark and BP core values.