Hadley Group has announced following the move of Hadley Steel Framing Ltd to its Oldbury site, an extension to scope of the existing ISO14001:2015 Environmental Management System registration has been completed and successfully audited by the UKAS accredited Steel Construction Certification Scheme (SCCS).
The scope of registration is ‘The manufacture of cold roll-formed metal sections and allied products, including the design and assembly of steel framing systems’, which now covers the site activities of both Hadley Group – Building Products Division and Hadley Steel Framing Ltd.
ISO 14001 certification was originally achieved by Hadley Group on its Oldbury site in February 2010.
The latest extension to scope further demonstrates Hadley Group’s continuing commitment to determine its environmental aspects, reduce impacts and maintain legal compliance through the application of ISO 14001:2015 the International Environmental Management Systems Standard and through achievement of its own environmental objectives.
Ben Towe, Group Managing Director at Hadley Group, commented: “We are delighted that our Oldbury site is now fully certified to the IOS 14001:2015 standard, to include Hadley Steel Framing and other associated activities, as it demonstrates that our environmental management system is consistently meeting international industry specific standards.
“This is an important step forward for Hadley Group as it demonstrates our green credentials further and offers reassurance to both our employees and customers.
“We will now use this certification to further drive improvements and ensure that we continue to operate with as little effect on the environment as possible.”
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