Industry accreditation for Harris Pye's Dubai branch

Lloyd's Register Quality Assurance assessment took place in August.
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Three Harris Pye JLT management systems have been recommended for approval after an assessment by Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance (LRQA).

The Dubai-based company assessment took place from August 12-22 and was recommended for approval on the last day for the management system to the following standards: Quality Management System ISO 9001:2008; Environmental Management System ISO 14001:2004; Occupational Health & Safety Management System OHSAS 18001:2007.

The integrated management system is applicable for projects of the offshore, marine and land-based nature including survey, design, planning, drafting and commissioning of manufactured skids and piping systems, boiler and pressure vessels, structural steel, protective coating, mechanical systems, electrical and instrumentation systems, accommodation outfitting and HVAC.

Metallurgical services including design review and materials selection, condition assessment, failure analysis and full life extension projects.

Chris David, technical managing director, said: “Harris Pye JLT are very proud that we have opened a new branch in record time but furthermore that we were able to conform to these internationally-recognised standards for quality, safety and the environment at the first attempt, and with such a prestigious quality assurance group such as LRQA.”

Roger Dyson, the group HSE manager added: “This is the result of a robust management system and team effort in its implementation, and allows Harris Pye to demonstrate to its clients that wherever we operate throughout the world, they can expect the same level of professionalism and reliability.”

 

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