ETG gains double ISO certification

Garry Cook from ETG with the ISO awarded certificates
Garry Cook from ETG with the ISO awarded certificates

The Engineering Technology Group (ETG) has become both ISO: 9001 and ISO: 14001 certified. The machine tool and turnkey solution provider has implemented the global standards to build upon its robust business framework whilst demonstrating its commitment and compliance to environmental and quality standards.

As an industry leader, the Wellesbourne manufacturing experts have implemented an integrated Quality & Environmental Management System (QEMS) for a multitude of reasons – all of which will benefit both ETG and its clients. The major commitment made by ETG to undertake dual certification and adopt a complete QEMS, that will operate harmoniously with existing management systems, is a clear demonstration to all stakeholders that ETG is legally compliant with environmental, legal and other requirements.

The company is now compliant with BS EN ISO:9001:2015 and BS EN ISO:14001:2015 and its QEMS system is now fully integrated with all internal processes, creating one cohesive management system.

For both customers and internal staff, the benefits are far-reaching with ETG now meeting the ISO requirements that some blue-chip clients place upon their supply chains. The company is also fully compliant with legal frameworks and can provide enhanced traceability with clear documented processes for all business activities. This will enhance client confidence in the marketplace for ETG’s products and services whilst demonstrating its commitment to achieving Net Zero.

Managing director Martin Doyle said: “ETG has long been committed to achieving excellence in every facet of our business. By integrating a QEMS system into our operations and implementing a PDCA (Plan, Do, Check, Act) cycle, we will accelerate our drive to ‘Net Zero’. It will also build a strong foundation for continually improving environmental performance and enhance our already comprehensive business structures to simultaneously eliminate any deficiencies in our business. Furthermore, ISO certification is a marker of our commitment to customer excellence and it will help our teams to identify opportunities to enhance the already impeccable service levels.”

ETG already goes above and beyond its ISO obligations with a longstanding commitment to the Betterworld Solutions initiative. This initiative supports environmentally conscious companies in adopting an investment policy to prevent global warming. As an advocate for this initiative, ETG has long promoted its line of energy-efficient Amorphous Core Transformers that can be retrofitted to machine tools to reduce carbon footprint and energy consumption.

Engineering Technology Group

www.engtechgroup.com

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