Australia-headquartered dust and erosion control specialists GRT announced it had recently had its ISO 9001 quality certification successfully audited and passed by globally recognised compliance, standards and quality assurance firm SAI Global.
SAI Global is recognised for its unrivalled experience and for its specialised services that have solidified its reputation as a trusted and established provider of quality, technical, environmental and safety auditing and certification for an array of service, engineering, logistics and construction firms.
The SAI Global certification relates to ISO 9001: 2015 and validates the quality of GRT’s management system specifically relating to production of its technologies for soil stabilisation, water management, dust and erosion control. GRT chose to undertake the rigorous process of product and service quality verification due it being in-line with the company’s goal of continuing as a global leader in the industry.
GRT General Manager Daniel Grundy believes that the ongoing certification of the firm’s systems by a global leader in safety and quality standards such as SAI Global is a result of the passion of every member of the company’s team to be the industry leader.
“SAI Global is a world-leader in auditing international standards for quality and is just as renowned for the rigorous auditing process it applies to private and public organisations hoping to meet these. By meeting these standard’s, it underlines GRT’s commitment to continue to create world-leading, commercially available products and services projects and operational requirements.”
GRT has developed and applied technology for the civil, mining, and agricultural sectors to deliver infrastructure and process solutions to minimise safety and environmental impacts – quicker and more cost-effectively than traditional methods. These are provided to clients as an environmentally friendly solution that can be applied across a wide range of industries and materials to create safer and sustainable infrastructure and workplaces.
Its operations now span Australia, New Zealand, the Middle East, India and South America with further expansion planned for 2019.