Quality Health Safety and Environmental Management

Quality Management

EAME operates a quality management system (QMS) that is certified to ‘BS EN ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management Systems’.

At the core of the EAME QMS is our Quality Manual which is designed as a pro-active resource to help the Company establish and maintain procedures to ensure the quality of the work products are maintained throughout the project development life cycle. Using a formal statement of policy as its base, the manual is designed to both inform and instruct all those within EAME across a wide range of quality issues.

Health and Safety Management

EAME operates a safety management system (SMS) that aligns to OHSAS 18001:2007 ‘Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems’.

At the core of the EAME SMS is the Health and Safety (H&S) Manual which is designed as a pro-active resource to help the Company establish and maintain a safe working environment. Using a formal statement of policy as its base, the manual is designed to both inform and instruct all those within EAME across a wide range of health, safety and welfare issues. The manual provides clear direction on what must be done to secure the health and safety of staff and others affected by our work, and establishes a management framework to ensure that this occurs. It defines responsibilities, and backs this with support and guidance through a range of resources.

Environmental Management

EAME operates an environmental management system (EMS) that is certified to ‘BS EN ISO 14001:2007 Environmental Management Systems’.

At the core of the EAME EMS is the Environmental Manual which is designed as a pro-active resource to help the Company establish and maintain a working environment that aims to manage and minimise environmental impacts associated with EAME activities. Using a formal statement of policy as its base, the manual is designed to both inform and instruct all those within EAME across a wide range of environmental issues.

EAME actively considers QEHS issues during the proposal and pre-project set-up phase in order to outline any associated project risks or specific client requirements. Additional information can be provided upon request.