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Saville Raises Standards with Early ISO
Accreditations
C
reating a sustainable, safe and
secure way of working are key
requirements
for
all
businesses in today’s modern world.
Organisations and businesses need
to address international pressures to
comply
with
environmental
legislation, raised obligations for
Health and Safety and the need for an
audited methodology.
Leading global audio visual solutions
and services provider Saville Audio
Visual have further committed to the
company’s continuing programme of
investment in setting new standards with
the
successful
attainment
and
recertification to the new ISO
9001:2015, 14001:2015 and ISO
18001:2007 standards. Together, these
certifications
demonstrate
the
company’s ethical and responsible
approach towards its employees, the
environment and its business operations.
Safety first
“The safety of staff, clients, suppliers
and the general public is of paramount
importance to us” explains Nicola
Matchett, Health, Safety, Environment
contractors can be an ongoing challenge
but our Learning Management System
has been an integral part of the process.
The HSEQ team can make sure that
everyone has access to the appropriate
resources and materials and has
complete visibility over user engagement
and understanding.”
Commenting on the achievement, Andy
Dyson, joint Managing Director at Saville
said “Our HSEQ team work extremely
hard to ensure all our internal and
external processes and systems are
maintained to the highest level and
maintaining our certification is a large and
complex undertaking but it’s a
commitment we take willingly. It’s vital
that our processes, systems and
procedures are validated by an external
Education
auditor of the stature of NQA, this assures
“Leadership commitment was evident our UK & global customers and suppliers
from an early stage and helped drive all that Saville are committed to HSEQ to
the necessary changes to our processes protect them.”
and practices resulting in us being
amongst the first to complete the
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transition in our sector” explained Shaun
Hodgson, HSEQ Manager at Saville.
“Ensuring compliance to the standards
through awareness for staff and
and Quality officer at Saville. “Achieving
this independently assessed, globally
recognised certification in addition to our
other industry accreditations showcases
the importance we place on providing
high quality of service whilst maintaining
our commitment to health & safety and
the environment.”
Saville approached certification body
NQA to transition to the new ISO
standards one year sooner than
required. A thorough internal gap
analysis was performed across the
business where each process was
audited and assessed against the new
standards criteria and these were
addressed as a part of a management
review.
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