Haulotte’s largest hub, in Lorette, France, has obtained ISO triple certification for the environment, quality and health and safety.
Haulotte has long been involved in employee safety management and has implemented communication and awareness-raising measures to reduce workplace risks and promote well-being at work. Achieving ISO 45001:2018 certification demonstrates the hub’s commitment to creating better and safer working conditions.
The ISO 14001:2015 certification is part of a wider strategy that aims to make the Haulotte hub’s daily operations more sustainable and to reduce the impact of its activity on the environment. The platform developed processes taking the environment into account, such as waste management, packaging reduction, the implementation of a responsible purchasing charter and the monitoring of transporters’ CO2 emissions. also Haulotte also conducted a campaign for all employees on the environmental policy aimed at making everyone aware of their individual and collective role.
“We are delighted to have obtained these three certifications as they reward efforts initiated many months ago,” said Guillaume Mercier, global service supply chain manager at Haulotte. “From now on, our ambition is to go even further in our commitments.”
The company’s customer service department decided to go one step further with ISO 9001:2015 certification. A complete audit of all business processes took place, including marketing, sales, technical support, spare parts management, repair and maintenance dedicated to people and material lifting equipment.
“It demonstrates our ability to provide world-class services as well as to streamline processes and become more effective,” said Philippe Gault, Haulotte customer service director. “This certification is the result of teamwork and high internal discipline.”
Haulotte is continuing to aim for achieving ISO certifications for all its spare parts hubs and platforms, factories and subsidiaries, with seven having already obtained certifications.