Koris' ISO Accreditations
As Koris goes from strength to strength, it is important that we strive towards continued excellence with our products and our services. Having achieved accreditations covering ISO9001 and ISO27001 in the past, and OHSAS18001 for Q1 2017, we are now working towards ISO4001 Health and Safety.
These standards help the business tackle some of the most demanding challenges relating to efficient use of resource, improved risk management, security and safety.
“Due to our ISO accreditations we have received recognition from business partners on the quality of our services and we feel our reputation has been enhanced as a result!”George Doyle
ISO9001 is an internationally recognized Quality Management System designed as powerful business tool, joining together over a million global organisations. Koris by continually monitoring and managing its business, identifies areas of risk and opportunities by providing innovation and improvement, helping to reduce costs.
Internationally recognized ISO/IEC 27001provides an excellent framework helping to protect information assets, so they remain safe and secure. Koris by continually reviewing and refining the way its assets are protected providing for today’s risks and those experienced in the future. The standard is especially suitable where the protection of information is critical, such as in the banking, financial, health, public and IT sectors, areas.
BS OHSAS 18001 sets out the minimum requirements for occupational health and safety best practice, while meeting the Company’s legal requirements. By the introduction of health and safety controls into the business achieves the maximum return for employees, the Company’s and its customers.
Koris will introduce ISO 45001 next year, which is the world’s first international occupational health and safety standard replacing BS OHSAS 18001 in June 2017.
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