In support of 18 months of dramatic growth since its emergence as a national alternative to BT Openreach, CityFibre has undertaken and achieved full ISO certification in all core management systems. The project was supported by NQA, one of UK’s leading certification bodies and was completed in just 12 months, a process that typically takes more than 24 months.

Certification has now been awarded in the following management systems.

  • ISO 9001- Quality Management System
  • ISO 14001- Environmental Management System
  • ISO 22301- Business Continuity Management System
  • ISO 27001- Information Security Management System
  • OHSAS 18001- Occupational Health and Safety Management System

The awards underpin CityFibre’s commitment to ensuring the industry leading service levels and robust information security measures that are essential throughout the connectivity supply chain.

It also demonstrates how seriously CityFibre takes its responsibility to minimising its environmental impact and ensuring the well-being of the public and its growing team.

John Franklin, Operations Director at CityFibre said “We are proud to have been certified for these critical management systems and for the speed with which we have been able to establish them within our business operations. While this is only the start of our journey, CityFibre has a reputation for the speed and quality with which we deliver transformational solutions for our customers. This achievement provides reassurance that we not only comply with recognised accreditations, but that this is built into the core of our business.”

Matt Gantley, Managing Director at NQA added: “We are delighted to have supported CityFibre in this tremendous achievement. Certification in all of these management systems requires strong leadership and a clear commitment to linking strategy with business processes as well as continuous improvement in quality, safety, environmental performance and risk prevention and control. To achieve this within 12 months shows very clear focus and dedication from CityFibre and their people”

 

 

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