Altea Energy awarded ISO 45001 certification

We are proud to announce that Altea Energy has successfully received global accreditation across all its entities for ISO 45001:2018, the international Occupational Health & Safety management systems standard.

ISO 45001 provides a global benchmark to ensure that organizations operate in a consistent and safe manner, thereby allowing organisations to meet health and safety guidelines internationally.

Altea Energy’s certification falls under UKAS accreditation. This provides an assurance of the competence, impartiality, and integrity of conformity of assessment bodies, in this case Interface NRM. The United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) is the sole national accreditation body recognised by the British government and is recognized as the gold standard internationally.

The safety of our employees, consultants and all personnel on the projects we work on is of paramount importance to us. This internationally recognized accreditation demonstrates to our clients and all our stakeholders that they can have absolute trust and confidence in the importance we put on Health and Safety and how we approach and manage our projects from start to finish”, states Armand Pasteur, President and Founder of Altea Energy.

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