TriCIS receive ISO 14001 certification
Today, we are proud to announce that TriCIS has received ISO 14001:2015 certification for Environmental Management.
By meeting the criteria set out by the International Organization of Standardisation, this certification allows us to demonstrate our commitment to helping manage the environmental challenges we face globally by integrating processes at a strategic level.
ISO 14001:2015 is the internationally recognised Standard for Environmental Management Systems, designed to help businesses reduce their environmental impact. It provides a framework for companies across the globe, regardless of size and sector, to follow and acts as a tool to drive continual improvement through measurement, audits, communications and life-cycle analysis. The process helps companies to understand their legal obligations and encourages them to develop best practice in-line with national and international policies. Coupled with the MOD’s Climate Change and Sustainability Strategic Approach paper released in March 2021 this signifies a significant change pan HMG in respect of Sustainability and Social Values of which TriCIS are proud to be a part of.
CEO, Antony Summerfield says, “As we all face the challenges of climate change together, we feel it is our duty to do all we can to help mitigate the impact our enterprise has on the natural world. By gaining our ISO 14001 certification, we are proud to show that we are leading a socially and environmentally conscious team developing commercial practices that will not only meet the growing expectations of our customers and partners, but will truly help to combat some of the most pressing environmental issues we face today. I commend the TriCIS team for the dedication they have shown for such a critical subject and incredibly appreciative for the hard work they have put in to help us receive this certification.”
TriCIS Ltd joins more than 300,000 companies from 171 countries around the world to receive their ISO 14001 certification. The ISO 14000 family of standards are developed by ISO Technical Committee, a full list of which can be found in the ISO standards catalogue.
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