At ReAgent, quality is at the heart of everything we do, and it’s something that we don’t compromise on. That’s why we make continuous improvements to our quality management, our processes, and our systems.
As well as holding ISO 9001 for Quality Management, the ISO 14001 Environmental Standard, and the ISO 13485 Standard for Medical Devices, we have added ISO 45001 for Occupational Health and Safety to our list of accreditations.
What is ISO 45001?
ISO 45001 is the first global standard for occupational health and safety (OH&S). It offers a structured framework that improves safety, lowers risks in the workplace, and increases health and wellbeing. In short, it provides businesses with the ability to improve their OH&S performance.
Benefits of having ISO 45001 certification
Any organisation can benefit from holding ISO 45001 accreditation, and improving workplace safety is the (very important) starting point. Further benefits include:
- Reducing risk across your organisation
- Being able to quickly identify areas for improvement and implement those improvements efficiently
- Increasing efficiency and productivity
- Building trust with customers and stakeholders
Why ReAgent holds ISO 45001 certification
At ReAgent, we strive to offer our customers, stakeholders, and, of course, our employees the highest quality we can, in terms of systems, processes, management, facilities, and more.
As our CEO, Rich Hudson, says, “I have two key ambitions for ReAgent. One is for the company to be successful, and the second – and no less important – is for everyone who works here to be happy, healthy, and safe. Being accredited to ISO 45001 is a great step towards ensuring both ambitions are being realised.”
Holding ISO 45001 accreditation demonstrates ReAgent’s commitment to health and safety in our production facility and offices. We believe that improving employee safety is one of the most important things we can do. For our customers, it means that we will be minimising any potential production delays and they have a guarantee that we meet regulatory requirements as they pertain to health and safety.