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HSEC Online shines at SEG ISO Audit

Saryx Engineering Group (SEG) has once again proved its class when it was awarded a whopping 3 new ISO Certifications!

The company is now ISO 9001:2015, ISO 45001:2018, ISO 27001:2013 certified!

Throughout the audit process, HSEC Online – the award-winning product developed by of SEG – stood out as the Hero, when it modernised the process into a transparent, organised and efficient one. An auditor’s dream.

So, what do these accreditations mean?

  1. ISO9001:2015 – ISO 9001 is the International Standard that specifies requirements for a Quality Management System (QMS). SEG is committed to using the standard to demonstrate our ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements
  2. ISO45001:2018 – ISO 45001 is the International Standard that specifies requirements for an Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) Management System, with guidance for its use. With ISO 45001, SEG is able to proactively improve its OH&S performance in preventing injury and ill health.
  3. ISO27001:2013 – ISO 27001 is the International Standard for Information Security Management Systems. As concerns and publicity about cyber security breaches have increased, SEG has always taken the necessary measures to ensure that your data is safe and secure – now we have the certificate to prove it!

Now there are 3 more reasons to align your company with HSEC Online! It’s time to make the switch to a company with internationally recognized standards!

Simple. Smart. Safe.

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