Anchor Pumps awarded Five ISO Accreditations

Published:  27 May, 2014

Leading online pump suppliers www.anchorpumps.com have now been awarded an additional three ISO Accreditations from the International Organisation for Standardization (ISO), bringing the business’s total number of accreditations to five.

The accreditations are a series of internationally recognised standards that define, establish and maintain quality assurance in the workplace, and confirm Anchor Pumps drive for high quality service, management and environmental focus.

Anchor Pumps accreditations include ISO 9001:2008 (Quality Management Systems), awarded in recognition of an organisation's commitment to the quality and reliability of its products and services, ensuring the needs and expectations of customers are consistently met.

Other achievements include the ISO 14001:2004 (Environmental Management Systems), which is given to organisations that demonstrate a commitment to the environment, and the BS OHSAS 18001:2007 (Occupational Health and Safety), which is awarded when the correct health and safety procedures are in place.

Most recently, Anchor Pumps added ISO 27001:2005(Information Security Management) and ISO 22301:2012(Business Continuity Management) to the list of accreditations. These awards provide confirmation that Anchor Pumps is a trustworthy and reputable company, delivering quality products and services that consistently meet customer requirements, with an additional focus on the environment and adherence to health and safety policies.

Managing Director Warren Holmes said “This is a great achievement for the Anchor Pumps and we are pleased to have now added 5 certifications to our credentials. We’re pleased to be recognised for our hard work and most importantly, as an environmentally-friendly, progressive company by ISO.”

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