Eagle Eye Integrity Specialists has achieved two, highly regarded industry accreditations.
The Hartlepool-based company, which provides non-destructive testing (NDT), manpower and unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) services, has gained ISO 45001 & ISO 9001 under UKAS from Lloyds Register.
ISO 45001 is a safety management system (SMS), which gives organisations a systematic approach for measuring and improving their environmental impact. This accreditation has enabled Eagle Eye to go direct to prospective clients, giving them confidence in its services.
In addition, the ISO 9001 accreditation has been imperative in allowing Eagle Eye to build relationships with clients in the petrochemical industry. The quality management system (QMS) gives organisations a systematic approach for meeting customer objectives, enabling businesses to provide consistent quality.
Eagle Eye, which was established in 2017, is a member of energy sector business development organisation NOF and provides its services to the petrochemical, pharmaceutical, oil and gas, construction, shipping and fabrication industries.
The engineering consultancy operates across several European countries including Belgium, Holland, Germany, France and the UK, and has been involved in a variety of projects such as the Tramburg B2 tram bridge in Antwerp, Chartres train station pedestrian bridge in France.
Scott Standing, Managing Director of Eagle Eye Integrity Specialists, said: “We have developed a range of effective and high-quality services, which are supported by a robust business structure that has been endorsed by these respected quality standards.
“Gaining the ISO 9001 and ISO 45001 has been integral to our business’ development, allowing us to branch out into new industries as well as instilling confidence in our existing clients.
“I’m looking forward to watching the business develop even further and I’m proud to offer such a high-level service to our clients.”
Paul Livingstone, Head of Business Development at NOF, said: “The ISO 9001 and ISO 45001 accreditations are highly regarded in the engineering industry, and to gain both at this relatively early stage of a business is a great achievement for Eagle Eye.
“The UK is developing strong clusters of supply chain companies to support projects in the engineering sector with businesses like Eagle Eye able to deliver specialist services that will assist essential operations and projects.”