FULL TRACEABILITY WITH OUR RESTART YOUR BUSINESS WITH BUREAU VERITAS PLATFORM
Jun. 3 2020
Bureau Veritas has been working with a number of organisations to provide independent assurance of safety and compliance as they restart their business following the global pandemic. Now we can launch an added value platform as part of the solution, which offers full traceability of that assurance for employees and customers.
A new public website, developed by the Bureau Veritas team, now enables client sites which have been granted a certificate of assurance and sticker from Bureau Veritas to show full traceability of their label.
It provides reassurance for customers across the hospitality, banking, retail, catering and leisure sectors, as well as verification that protective measures are properly implemented across all business operations for those in property management, construction and industrial, amongst others.
It’s all part of our Restart Your Business solution, providing a voluntary, independent assessment of an organisation’s readiness to re-open business premises.
Vicky Shah, Sector Lead Retail, Hospitality and FM for Bureau Veritas said: “This solution continues to evolve as more businesses across more sectors restart following the global shutdowns. It has already proved invaluable to many of our clients as they seek independent assurance across multiple sites, seeking to provide confidence to staff, customers and other stakeholders.
“Our technical team have worked hard to develop a comprehensive five-stage process, encompassing project kick-off and preparation, a ‘system assessment’ review of management-level activities, site assessments, reporting and now traceability. The provision of a public website, providing visibility of all site assurances on one single platform, gives added confidence and enables users to easily search for sites from a map and/or list.
“We will continue to work in partnership with clients to develop this bespoke solution and support those who are looking to navigate the information available to them as they return to business.”