Mason Technology achieve Certification to World Class Business Standards
Mason Technology is a market leader for products and service solutions to the engineering and scientific community.
This month, we were honoured by NSAI (National Standards Authority of Ireland) in an online campaign to mark our achievement in becoming certified to world class business standards. In achieving certification to ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 45001:2018, Mason Technology were independently audited by an NSAI inspector to ensure compliance with these international standards.
Mason Technology Managing Director Peter Brennan says,
“Environmental Management and Occupational Health and Safety Management are of vital importance to Mason Technology and our clients. Certification to ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 assures our clients that these important areas are managed to these international standards, across the whole company. We were delighted to add these to our existing ISO 9001 certification and ISO 17025 accreditation.”
Mason Technology joins an elite group of over 4,000 organisations who are currently NSAI-certified in a variety of areas such as Quality Management Systems, Environmental Management Systems, Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems and Energy Management.
NSAI Chief Executive Geraldine Larkin said achieving certification to world class business standards will give these organisations an advantage – both at home and abroad.
“Many of the companies being honoured in are online campaign are being certified to more than one standard and I am delighted to see this type of commitment. You can see the real difference standards have made to your business and you have reaped rewards from these benefits. Not only have you gained competitive advantage – improving efficiency, reducing costs and minimising waste – your industries will continue to benefit because of your investment,” said Ms Larkin.
“I am delighted to see the high level of commitment shown by the companies and organisations who have been certified. The road to certification is not an easy one, and I commend you for your efforts, particularly this year, when many of our audits had to be conducted online.
“It is encouraging to see so many companies that are committed to working towards best practice. You are demonstrating that Ireland is one of the best places in the world to do business and that Irish based companies can compete at the highest level,” she added.
Organisations can contribute their knowledge, ideas and help build the standards of the future through becoming involved with standards development. Become a member of a volunteer committee, comment on or view a draft standard at NSAI.ie.