Red7Marine has successfully achieved the British Standard ISO 14001: 2015 certification, a globally recognised international award for environmental management systems.

ISO 14001 is designed to improve environmental performance by achieving a reduction in waste and creating a more efficient use of resources. The standard covers the management of the environmental issues that we face in our daily operations such as; waste management, pollution prevention and minimising our environmental impact.

Red7Marine operates across both the Renewables & Marine Construction sectors and as the marine partner of choice, we are always improving our systems to maintain our reputation for quality. This approach is designed to meet our core principals and ensure that QHSE is always at the forefront of Red7Marine.

Mark Smith, Head of Marine Access & QHSE Systems Manager comments “Gaining another certification from the International Organisation for Standardisation, shows how Red7Marine has continued to strive to improve and develop our management systems. This in turn gives our Clients complete confidence in our QHSE ethos, making Red7Marine the Marine Partner of Choice.”

Nick Offord, CEO at Red7Marine commented “After another great year, we are delighted with the news of receiving the ISO 14001 accreditation. As a values led business, maintaining the challenging environments we work in is very important to us, and we are delighted to be recognised for this”

At Red7Marine, the ISO 14001: 2015 accreditation will provide assurance to company management and employees as well as external stakeholders that the environmental impact is being measured and improved
The award of this ISO accreditation compliments the already held OHSAS 18001: 2007 and ISO 9001: 2015 certification.