The CSR Quality Mark Committee has been informed of the fact that Hartman Facilitair from Oud-Beijerland can call itself a CSR Quality Mark Holder – ISO 26000. Through an effective double audit, director Hartman subjected her organization to the total of 83 (!) requirements of both the CSR Quality Mark and the SIEV Quality Mark. For this inspection, Van Boeckholtz was delegated to design the inspection in accordance with the guidelines.
For director Hartman it was important to extend the SIEV quality mark and to add the CSR quality mark for the first time. This does justice to the conviction from which the organization arose in 2015: it is about more than just refreshingly clean. The facility service provider is now allowed to focus on several specialisms. From cleaning to damage repair and from damage repair to coating, just a few of the many services that the organization can provide.
Renewing the SIEV quality mark therefore became an audit in which the organization could continue to build on the strong results from the previous inspection. In terms of CSR, the organization assumed extensive evidence across the three lines of the Ps. The operational management was particularly successful on the People and Planet sides.
Van Boeckholtz was therefore allowed to draw up a report that proved to be of sufficient result to proceed with the award. Compliments to the director who was allowed to make the preparations very carefully so that the inspection could be completed smoothly.
From here on, the CSR Quality Mark Committee conveys its heartfelt congratulations to the entire Hartman Facilitair team on having obtained the CSR Quality Mark in accordance with ISO 26000.
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