DNV awards a hat-trick of accreditations to ScanTech Offshore’s Australia-based operations
ScanTech Offshore’s Australia-based operations has successfully passed auditing and is now the recipient of three coveted safety and sustainable performance management system certificates from DNV Business Assurance (DNV). DNV is an independent expert in risk management and assurance which operates in more than 100 countries.
ScanTech was assessed on the criteria for the provision of design, manufacture, management and supply of well test support equipment, including provision of personnel to the oil and gas industry and energy sectors.
The recognition certificates attained included:
- ISO 9001:2015 in quality management system
- ISO 14001:2015 in environmental system
- ISO 45001:2018 in occupational health and safety management system
This initiative allows us to communicate to our customers and stakeholders our compliance with the ISO standards and commitment to continual improvement. Part of our continued efforts to ensure we offer the highest quality service is to stay up to date with industry regulations, standards, and accreditations.
ScanTech selected DNV due to its broad experience and deep expertise. DNV advances safety and sustainable performance, sets industry benchmarks, inspires and invents solutions. Driven by its purpose to safeguard life, property, and the environment, DNV helps tackle the challenges and global transformations facing its customers, and is a trusted voice for many of the world’s most successful and forward-thinking companies.
Phil Ash, business development manager for Asia Pacific and gernal amanger for operations in Australia
Phil Ash, business development manager for Asia Pacific and general manager for operations in Australia, adds: “This marks another great milestone in the consolidation and growth of the local PTY (Asia Pacific) entity. These standards are the industry-recognised benchmarks our clients expect and provide the assurances they require.“A huge thank you to all the team who contributed to getting this across the line, and a special thanks to operations administrator Madeline Lever, who was instrumental in the preparation, actual audits, and close-out actions.”