Quality management is an integral part of Sanifect’s business governance. Our commitment to supplying a quality service has been a fundamental part of Sanifect’s success over the decades with the design and implementation of processes and systems across multiple portfolios.
Sanifect makes use of an integrated management system that is certified in accordance with international standards: ISO 9001 – Quality, ISO 14001 Environmental and ISO 45001 OH&S.
In addition to our internal auditing processes, we are independently audited annually to ensure we are maintaining and working to our documented systems.
The system itself has been established with robust self-check mechanisms at its foundation. This allows us to rapidly identify any variance deviations from required services levels.
These checks allow for the implementation of corrective and preventative action processes, to formally rectify any areas of deviation without the need for adhoc intervention.
Sanifect acknowledges clients in many sectors also require compliance with relevant statutory and internal regulations. With this, our system identifies staff with current Police and Working with Children Checks, onsite inductions and any other requirements specific to your organisation.
Sanifect recognises Occupational Health & Safety is an integral part of any business governance.
Some of the key elements of Sanifect’s Safety Management System for clients include:
- Achieving zero lost time from workplace injuries or illness for the groups’ employees
- Full compliance with relevant OHS legislation and zero notices or prosecutions
- Recognition by clients as an industry leader in the field of OHS management
- Achieve participation at all levels of management and employees in reaching objectives
- Keep insurance premiums as low as possible to prevent cost escalation
Continual improvement principles and the prevention of non-conformities are objectives of Sanifect to constantly develop the effectiveness of our Safety Management System and enhance customer satisfaction by meeting requirements. Improvement initiatives are reported upon and reviewed during regular management review meetings.