Trussed rafters supplier Pasquill, has achieved accreditation to ISO50001 Energy Management Standard.
The company has been trying to reduce its environmental impact recently introducing its energy management system in order to improve the energy efficiency of its operations at its branches around the country. This system has now been externally certified to the ISO50001 standard.
ISO 50001 provides a framework of requirements for organisations to do the following: develop a policy for more efficient use of energy; fix targets and objectives to meet the policy; use data to better understand and make decisions about energy use; measure results; and continually improve energy management.
Commenting on the accreditation, Philip Pointon, Pasquill’s EHS and sustainability manager, said:
“Once again Pasquill is ahead of the game with achieving the ISO50001 Energy Management Standard. This, along with our other achievements in quality, health & safety, environment and chain of custody demonstrates our commitment to providing a safe, high quality product and service with least impact to the environment.”