Air-Way is Excited to Announce our ISO 14001:2015 Certification
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Air-Way announces today that we have achieved International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 14001:2015 Environmental Management certification. We had been pursuing this certification since Fall of 2016 and are excited to announce the final approval from ISO. We add this certification to our existing ISO 9001:2008 certification as well.
Mark Place, Air-Way Vice President states, “Our entire staff has played a role in this achievement. It is because of the hard work of our employees and dedication to improving our processes that we were able to qualify for this certification, and further demonstrate that Air-Way Manufacturing is committed to being a high quality, global manufacturer.”
Bill Blank, President of Finance and Marketing added, “Air-Way has always been dedicated to working toward preservation of the environment. This certification clearly demonstrates how thoughtful we are as an organization about our environmental impact.”
The ISO 14001 Certification achievement means that Air-Way has demonstrated improvement in resource efficiency and reduction in waste, and that the organization will continue to maintain its focus on sustainability and environmental consciousness.
ISO 14001:2015 Certification provides clear guidelines and values for organizations to adhere to in managing and measuring their environmental responsibilities, including establishing and implementing an effective Environmental Management System, which includes: enhancement of environmental performance, fulfillment of compliance obligations, and achievement of environmental objectives.
To see our ISO 14001 Certification, click here.
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