EarthSense secures its third ISO Certification, ISO 45001:2018 for Health and Safety Management

EarthSense, the air quality expert, today announced that it has been awarded the ISO 45001:2018 certification in Health and Safety Management. This certification demonstrates the company’s commitment to the health and safety of its employees, dedication to safety standards, and the seamless integration of health and safety practices into daily operations.

From inception to the ongoing monitoring and maintenance of hardware, data, and software products, ISO 45001:2018 certification increases EarthSense’s organisational resilience and joins the company’s ISO9001 Quality Management Standard certification and ISO14001 Environmental Management Standard.

Tom Hall, Managing Director, EarthSense, said: ‘This certification not only highlights our current practices but also underscores our continuous improvement mindset. We are constantly refining and evolving our processes to continuously push and improve our health and safety standards, ensuring that our customers receive nothing short of excellence.’

EarthSense delivers products that enable the world to visualise and solve its air quality issues. It enables policy makers, planners and those responsible for delivering results to access real world information to support decision making. With a mix of hardware (Zephyr® air quality sensors), software (bespoke MappAir® air pollution modelling), data (derived and complementary) and people, EarthSense is a new leader in air quality monitoring solutions and services, making a difference to people’s lives and delivering high value information to a range of consumers and decision makers.

EarthSense has undertaken a range of air quality monitoring projects, including intelligent transport systems that switch electric vehicles to zero emission running, traffic management systems that alert drivers when entering a polluted area and clean routing mobile applications as well as deploying Zephyr® air quality sensors across the globe.

Photo: Owen Gardner and Michelle James from EarthSense proudly display the company’s ISO45001:2018 certificate.


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