Bahrain-based Nass Contracting Company said it has successfully passed its recertification audit for ISO 9001:2008 (quality management system), ISO 14001:2004 (environmental management system) and OHSAS 18001:2007 (Occupational Health and Safety management system).
The certifications from Bureau Veritas Certification (BVC) Holding were renewed for the project management and construction of marine, industrial, civil engineering and general building works.
On behalf of BVC Holding (UK branch), Bureau Veritas-Bahrain conducted audits over five days covering various sites and departments of Nass Contracting, and recommended the renewal of the three ISO certificates for a period of three years. The certificates were officially handed over to Nass Contracting’s chief executive Ghazi Nass by Bureau Veritas country chief executive Zulfiqar Haider, and certification manager Mohsin Baig.
“To have this certification renewed every three years for the last six years without a single interruption is a true testament that we have consistently maintained the highest quality standards and processes in the project management and construction solutions we carry out,” remarks David Anthony, the general manager of Nass Contracting. “This latest accomplishment validates that we are working according to the highest quality and safety standards, and the organisation is driven to serve our customers.”
“Nass Contracting Company also plans to adopt the latest revisions of ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 by 2017,” he adds.