NGCP awarded Quality, Safety, Environmental, and Resilience Re-certifications
Published on March 17, 2022 12:00 AM
Power transmission service provider and grid operator adds another notch on its belt as it receives Integrated Management System (IMS) re-certification for ISO 9001:2015 (Quality Management Systems), ISO 14000:2015 (Environmental Management Systems), ISO 45001:2018 (Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems), and ISO 22301:2019 (Business Continuity Management Systems).
IMS combines all processes of an organization into a unified system. NGCP’s IMS certifications are a confirmation of the company’s strict observance of international criteria covering management and speed of processes, cost effectiveness, and streamlined services. The company has been certified for IMS processes since 2012.
NGCP is currently re-certified for four aspects. Quality Management focuses on the organization’s activities to meet stakeholder requirements and ability to continuously improve its effectivity and efficiency. Environmental Management gauges the organization’s efforts to reduce its environmental impact. Safety Management identifies and manages all safety and risk factors, as well as focuses on the safety culture within an organization. Business Continuity Management measures the organization’s capability to implement strategies and contingency measures to prevent loss and disruptions to its operations, especially during natural and man-made disasters.
“NGCP is proud to have received this re-certification. This is proof that NGCP’s operations are world class and have passed muster on the international arena. Our adherence to strict standards and processes define how we do business. The public can rely on us to run the transmission business with the highest level of operational standards,” NGCP said.
NGCP is a Filipino-led, privately owned company in charge of operating, maintaining, and developing the country’s electricity transmission grid, led by majority shareholders Vice Chairman of the Board Henry Sy, Jr. and Co-Vice Chairman Robert Coyiuto, Jr.###