Our certifications

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We have earned a number of internationally recognised performance certifications, which reflect the ongoing efforts of our whole team to improve the services and the service standards that we offer.

ISO 14001:2004 Quality Certification

The International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) developed the ISO 14000 series of environmental management standards, to provide a framework for organizations to volunteer to improve their efforts at environmental management. Receiving this certification is a great step forward for our Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality (HSEQ) efforts.

OHSAS 18001:2007 Certification

Building on our earlier success, in 2007 ADDC received OHSAS 1800:2007, an occupational, health and safety management certification. This award represents an internationally recognised standard of attainment, which shows our ongoing commitment to better health and safety practices.

ISO 9001:2008 Quality Certification

Issued by Bureau Veritas, ISO 9001 certification is an acknowledgement that our quality management systems have met the ISO approved standard. The award shows that, as an organisation, we have complied with the relevant statutory requirements and regulations, and also met the needs of our customers and other stakeholders.

British Safety Council – Five Star Occupational Health & Safety Audit

In a health and safety audit carried out by the British Safety Council in 2010, ADDC were awarded a 5-star rating. The audit measured our performance against several important safety management benchmarks, and identified areas of our operation where we excelled and also provided guidelines on how we could progress towards adopting best practices for health and safety.

PAS 55 – Asset management certification

2015 saw ADDC achieve PAS 55 certification in recognition of the company’s professional approach to physical asset management. Awarded by the British Standards Institution (BSI), the internationally recognized Publicly Available Specification requires companies to demonstrate competence in managing their physical assets, along with their priorities for improvement and strong links between strategic organisational planning and day-to-day operational practices.

View our Asset Management Policy