ATM successfully renews ISO 45001:2018, ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 9001:2015
ATM are proud to announce they have successfully completed their 2021 surveillance audits for ISO 45001:2018, ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 9001:2015 and that their Integrated Management System has been deemed to meet the requirements of the standards.
In addition to the ISO standards, ATM have been successfully audited against National Highways Sector Schemes;
2c (Environmental Barriers)
18 (Natural Environment & Landscape, including Ecology)
This will allow ATM to continue to work to the highest standards within the high speed motorway environment on the Strategic Road Network.
ATM are delighted to have renewed their certifications in the above ISO and NHSS requirements, as they continue to strive for the highest standards in their core values of Quality, Safety and Environmental Sustainability in all of their working practises.
ATM’s Director of Shared Services, Jim Dawson commented: “The annual ISO audits are an opportunity to externally review all of our processes and performance against the highest standards. It is a whole-company effort, and my thanks go to everybody who played their part again this year after such a testing time in the UK with COVID-19 continuing to wreak havoc on our industry.
“To continue to deliver a Quality product in a Safe and Sustainable manner, whilst ensuring that we continuously strive to reduce our impact on the environment, is testament to the hard work of everybody within the ATM family.”
Collaboration | Environment | Our Work | 26 January 2022
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