Entegro is committed to excellence in the management of quality, health and safety, wellness and environment responsibility. This means having an effective system that allows continuous improvement of employee and client experience. We take great pride in our compliance with the highest quality, safety and environmental standards.
For example, we achieved accreditation for Quality, Environmental and Health and Safety Management System, in accordance with ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 in 2011. And we’re not resting on our laurels, we are continually reviewing quality standards in all areas.
At Entegro, Health and Safety is central to our culture, from board level to individual level. We are proactive in our efforts to meet and exceed HSEQ targets, and everyone is encouraged to participate in our dedicated Quality, Environmental, Health, Safety and Wellness programmes.
Project Managers ensure that employees on their teams are familiar with Entegro’s policies, safety statement, rules and procedures. As a result, each individual is suitably trained and motivated, with an understanding of why procedures are there and how to apply them.
As PSDP/PSCS on many projects, we have a 360° approach to Health and Safety, from design to delivery, to ongoing maintenance and use. We know it’s our responsibility to make sure that the products and services we design and build are safe in every way.
Entegro is proud to be accredited by Smart Awards, the leading National Awarding and End Point Assessment Organisation in the telecommunications industry. This accreditation demonstrates our commitment to excellence and our ability to provide industry-specific qualifications.
Our programs are delivered through our quality-assured training centres, ensuring high standards. We believe in offering qualifications and assessments that meet industry needs, raising standards and equipping learners with the skills for safe and effective job performance. This accreditation showcases our dedication to excellence and commitment to the evolving needs of the telecommunications industry.