Aug 28, 2008
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© Reuse this Occupational safety, health, environment, risk and quality (SHERQ) products and services are provided by InVeritas Global Holdings (IGH) and its subsidiaries.
The international group of companies has offices in Brazil, China, India, Mexico, Peru, South Africa and the UK and its operating activities extend to Italy, Japan, Korea, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Turkey, and the US.
The IGH group and its subsidiaries offer clients across the world a one-stop-shop experience in SHERQ and is geared to service companies on an annuity basis with flexible intelligence supporting the sustain-ability of the client base.
The company combines unique products that are all fully integrated in order to achieve unique solutions. One example of this is Amtri Veritas, its United Kingdom Accreditation Society (UKAS) accredited certification company, which is one of only four suppliers in the world that can issue the CE Mark for those companies wishing to export to Europe.
Auditing systems are just one of the services offered by the group and include various protocols developed exclusively by IGH which have been used globally by multinational blue chip companies.
Training initiatives comprise in-house and public SHERQ training courses.
Its behaviour competency skills have been used in major companies worldwide.
On the software front, various state-of-the-art software programmes are available to simplify daily risk management activities.
In terms of certification and CE marking, it offers independent UKAS certification to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 standard as well as CE Marking through certification company, Amtri Veritas.
IGH also offers OHSAS 18001 implement-ation and accreditation services
The company has provided its services to leaders in the mining industry, such as Arcelor Mittal South Africa, BHP Billiton, Ma’aden, AngloGold Ashanti, Rio Tinto, Yamana Gold Mine, Minera Antamina, Xstrata and Vale to name a few.
IGH has been awarded a ten-year contract with the Chinese government to provide all SHERQ services to all the coal and noncoal mines throughout the People’s Republic of China.
The company intends to list on the London Stock Exchange in 2009 as a strategic step that will allow it to raise capital in support of its vision of becoming a globally respected SHERQ organisation.
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