Babcock boils with standards

Babcock’s Ntuthuko Generation business unit has been granted Integrated Management Systems (IMS) certification including ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2004.

The business unit has been ISO 9001:2008-certified for a few years now and started to work towards OHSAS 18001:2004 two years ago, before a decision was taken to seek IMS certification that included ISO 14001:2004 as well.

“We are extremely proud to have achieved this milestone,” says Mpho Matshane, general manager SHEQ risk at Babcock. “As a company we’re committed to aligning with global best practice, risk management principles and processes in our industry. This is not only to comply with legal requirements, but also to give our customers peace of mind that the services we render at their sites and the products we supply conform at all levels to the highest quality, environmental and safety standards.”

Babcock’s Ntuthuko Generation unit specialises in boiler and construction concept generation as well as development of potential solutions in a business case environment. The focus is on the feasibility of new build options, performance upgrades, improvements in efficiency and reduction of emissions.

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