Aerofloat ISO certified in multiple international standards


Friday, 14 August, 2020


Aerofloat ISO certified in multiple international standards

Aerofloat Australia has successfully met rigorous International Organization for Standardisation (ISO) standards for its integrated management systems.

The Australian wastewater treatment company undertook the rigorous certification process and was successfully certified by the JAS-ANZ accredited group, CPG.

Aerofloat was awarded the following certifications:

  • ISO 14001 — Environmental Management System
  • ISO 9001 — Quality Management System
  • ISO 45001 — Occupational Health and Safety
     

ISO certification in these three areas represents excellence in the provision of services for design, engineering, consulting, manufacturing, installation, commissioning and aftercare for wastewater and water treatment systems. The certification highlights Aerofloat’s attention to creating leading-edge products and services, measured against international benchmarks of industry excellence.

“Aerofloat is an end-to-end ISO-certified business,” Aerofloat General Manager of Business Operations Katie Moor said.

“We do all our work in-house, from designing to manufacturing and installation. It also extends to our after-care products and services.

“Achieving these ISO certifications demonstrates Aerofloat’s innovative and systematic approach to developing world-class solutions to wastewater problems globally,” Moor said.

“It confirms the quality of our work in the sector and highlights Aerofloat’s commitment to providing the highest standard of work practices to its clients and the greater industry.”

Aerofloat has a culture of continuous improvement that began when the Australian, family-owned company first put down roots over a decade ago. Its team of engineers and support staff is committed to continually improving its work practices.

“Quality and safety have always been integral to Aerofloat. A culture of improvement is part of our DNA, so acquiring ISO certification was the natural next step in Aerofloat’s journey,” Moor explained.

Aerofloat has extensive experience treating wastewater across multiple industries, including plastics recycling, food manufacturing and industrial, plus treating sewage for mining camps and remote accommodation.

“We are incredibly proud of the Aerofloat team. Achieving this trifecta of ISO standards means our clients can be confident that Aerofloat’s products and services are of the highest quality,” Moor said.

Image caption: Aerofloat Directors Katie Moor,  Michael Anderson and Ray Anderson.

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