Gold standard achieved
Infotec has been assessed by Safety Schemes in Procurement to help reassure buyers of its high standards.---
Two accreditations recently awarded to Infotec provide further reassurance to customers that the passenger information system specialist is committed to high standards of health and safety, business ethics and quality.
Infotec was assessed by Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP) and awarded Acclaim Health and Safety Certification at the end of March.
SSIP was created as an umbrella organisation to enable mutual understanding and recognition between different health and safety schemes in the UK, enabling client procurement teams to determine that companies are meeting the requirements for preferred supplier lists and any individual contracts.
Having SSIP certification streamlines the tender process for buyers, to assist them in identifying suitable suppliers.
Having achieved Acclaim Health and Safety Certification, Infotec decided to apply for Constructionline Gold, for which applicants are assessed on additional areas; including environmental management, quality management, equality and diversity.
It ensures that companies comply with relevant legislation in areas such as modern slavery, anti-bribery and corruption whilst demonstrating they have been independently assessed with reference to these standards.
Commenting on achieving both certifications, Infotec’s Quality Manager Alan Reilly said: “We are very pleased that we can inform current and potential customers that we have achieved these awards”.
“Constructionline Gold demonstrates to buyers that we have received increased scrutiny around governance and risk management.”
These certificates and others held by Infotec are all available to view and download on the website.
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Shipment is underway of an order placed with Infotec Ltd. by Trak Com Wireless Inc. for on-vehicle displays to be used on the recently opened light rail system serving JFK Airport in New York, USA.
The experience of passenger information display specialist Infotec in providing solutions for heritage station buildings has proved useful for a contract at Newcastle Central Station.
The new Western concourse at London’s King’s Cross – which features a new customer information display supplied by Infotec - is now open for business, with thousands of passengers passing through every day.