Aztech in Top 3% of SMEs to Achieve ISO Standards
The Bristol based building refurbishment contractor has achieved certification for its management system for quality and environmental processes, namely ISO9001:2008 and ISO14001:2004 respectively, which places them among the top 3% of businesses that achieved both standards in the last 12-months according to statistics published by the British Standards Institute.
The ISO standard is an internationally recognised framework based on a collection of integrated standards. Its regulations set out stringent guidelines for a company’s approval towards processes, systems, leadership, decision-making and customer care that aims to drive more business efficiency and value to clients.
Chris Jenkins, Managing Director, Aztech Building Services comments: “doing more with what we have is something of an obsession, and so we were very keen from the outset to ensure that the ISO certification was used to bring genuine value to our clients. We are delighted that the company’s investment in quality and sustainable working is backed by a certified management system that reflects the hard work that we've put into developing our business processes.”
Aztech were accredited with the standards following a 360 review of virtually everything that they do to improve the way they operate, from how sales enquiries are handled through to how project completions are administered; administering the final accounts and every customer touch-point in-between to streamline our processes and to improve business efficiency.
The company’s management system was certified by Certified Quality Systems Ltd, a company registered with the International Accreditation Board.