The external company Lloyd’s Register carried out the audit process.
The ISO certifications are fundamental for the continuous improvement of the companies and to differentiate competitively in the market, since they are directly linked to the elaboration of products and execution of processes or services.
They work as a guarantee mark that gives security to the clients and prestige in the market.
To comply with the regulations that require renewing and maintaining these certifications on a regular basis, during the month of March HighService participated in an external audit process, coordinated by the Head of Quality, Rocío Montecinos, along with the external company Lloyd’s Register.
“The auditors verify compliance with the regulatory requirements of ISO 9001: 2015, ISO 14001: 2015 and OHSAS 18001: 2007, through audits in the management area (headquarters) and selected contracts. Once the audit is done, they determine the re-certification of the companies “, explain the executive.
The purpose of this process is to verify compliance with the requirements that the standards require and to keep the certifications in the following areas of action:
ISO 9001: 2015 Quality Management System.
ISO 14001: 2015, Environmental Management System.
OHSAS 18001: 2007, Occupational Health and Safety Management System.
In this audit process were evaluated the headquarters and some critic processes. The result was a successful re-certification in the following scopes:
HighService Corp: Management and Corporate Management Services, Finance, Public Prosecution, Commercialization and Business Development.
HighService Service: Electrical, Mechanical and Instrumentation Maintenance Services.
HighService Engineering and Construction: Construction and Industrial Assembly Service.
HighService Technology: Design and Production of Technological Solutions for Mining.
“We are proud of having successfully renewed the ISO certifications, which allows us to continue offering our customers services and products with high standards of quality, safety and protecting the environment in each of their processes”, concludes Rocío Montecinos.