- The certification covers a broad spectrum, including 83 sites across eight countries where Davis & Shirtliff operates.
- It reinforces Davis & Shirtliff’s position as a market leader
Davis & Shirtliff has joined a list of less than 10 companies in Kenya that have an Integrated Management System (IMS) certification from the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS).
The IMS is particularly beneficial for organisations seeking to streamline their management processes, reduce costs, improve overall performance, and demonstrate commitment to quality, environmental responsibility, occupational health, and safety.
It integrates three vital management systems, including:- Quality Management (ISO 9001:2015), Environmental Management (ISO 14001:2015), and Occupational Health and Safety Management (ISO 45001:2018).
It aligns with global concerns regarding climate change and sustainability, ensuring the safety of stakeholders through compliance with regulations and hazard prevention.
The certification covers a broad spectrum, including 83 sites across eight countries where Davis & Shirtliff operates.
Davis & Shirtliff Group chairman Alec Davis termed the certification as a testament to the company’s commitment to bring about robust systems for quality, environment, and health and safety in its bid to improve lives through the provision of water and energy solutions.
“We are honored to have added one more badge to our certification achievements, which confirms the unrelenting resolve to deliver quality game-changing solutions in the country,'' Davis said.
He added that being certified means ensuring maximum reliability and dependability of all our products and solutions to help Kenyans rip their benefits to the highest capacities.
The IMS certification reinforces Davis & Shirtliff’s position as a market leader and showcases its readiness to deliver excellence in critical areas that impact the well-being and economic advancement of its customers spanning all 47 counties.
The firm now joins other top organisations that have received IMS certification in Kenya such as Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA) Kenya, EABL, Safaricom, Bidco Africa, and Isuzu East Africa.
The IMS certification was officially approved by the KEBS Certification Committee on July 17, 2023, and the certificates will remain valid for a period of three years.