Certification is the most credible way to demonstrate excellence and drive continuous improvement
Across increasingly competitive sectors, it provides organisations of all sizes with a means of competitive advantage and an opportunity to enter new markets.
With a dedicated team of certification specialists and more than 60 accreditations globally, Bureau Veritas offers a wide range of customised certification and audit services across quality, health and safety, environment, transportation, information security, social responsibility, and more.
Our solutions include remote management system audits, helping to maintain the validity of accredited certifications in the most efficient and effective way.
Following the completion of a risk assessment, remote audits are undertaken using IT technologies, which allows our auditor and the client to communicate, share and review documents in real-time. A partial audit report will be issued and then complemented by an on-site audit if required to cover any clauses not audited during the remote audit.
With a few exceptions, remote audits are totally or partially permissible for stage 1 audits, surveillance audits, recertification audits (where applicable), scope extension and follow up audits (where applicable) across ISO9001, ISO14001, ISO18001, ISO22001, ISO27001, ISO45001, ISO50001, ISO55001, ISO 13485, ISO22301, BRC (BRC Packaging, BRC S&D, and BRC A&B) ISO 37001, EN9100 & EN9120.
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Divisional Director for Certification
Certification enables companies to demonstrate continuous improvement and it is extremely fulfilling to work with clients to help achieve and maintain the relevant standards. We have a reputation for excellence and I’m proud to play my part in that.
Senior Vice President
“At GHS we recognise the importance of global certification and we are delighted to have partnered with Bureau Veritas to deliver a first-in-class solution, helping hotel partners demonstrate their COVID-secure measures through independent assurance and verification.”