LRQA Turkey certifies Aliaga Ship Recycling Company

Classification Societies, Regulatory, Ship Demolitions — By on February 27, 2014 at 9:33 PM

LRQA newLRQA Turkey certifies Aliaga Ship Recycling Company to Ship Recycling Management System ISO 30000:2009

Aliaga Ship Recycling has become the first ship recycling company in Turkey to successfully implement the Ship Recycling Management System standard and achieve ISO 30000:2009 certification from leading assurance provider LRQA.

Cengiz Temurtas, Aliaga Company Manager said: “We are proud of being the first ISO 30000 certified company in Turkey. By having this high value-added system implemented to our organisation, we are now much more confident with the quality of the business we conduct and meeting our valuable clients’ high expectations that are increasing day after day. We would like to thank to LRQA and their auditors who have added extra value to our company with their unique Business Assurance approach during their assessments.”

This was also the first ISO 30000 certification for LRQA in the East Mediterranean & Black Sea region and a big step for Lloyd’s Register Turkey in developing new business opportunities with the many ship recycling companies in the country and two new ISO 30000 contracts have already followed. Apart from ISO 30000 certification, LRQA Turkey has delivered their core assessment services into this growing sector including certification to ISO 9001 (quality), ISO 14001 (environmental) and 18001 OHSAS (occupational health and safety) ..

ISO 30000 certification is highly influential in the global rush to comply with the new European Union (EU) Regulation on Ship Recycling and the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Hong Kong Convention. LRQA, as a member of Lloyd’s Register Group Limited, has strong foundations in the maritime industry which greatly assists Lloyd’s Register Marine in continuing their world leading position in ship recycling.

Aliaga Ship Recycling has become the first ship recycling company in Turkey to successfully implement the Ship Recycling Management System standard and achieve ISO 30000:2009 certification from leading assurance provider LRQA.

Cengiz Temurtas, Aliaga Company Manager said: “We are proud of being the first ISO 30000 certified company in Turkey. By having this high value-added system implemented to our organisation, we are now much more confident with the quality of the business we conduct and meeting our valuable clients’ high expectations that are increasing day after day. We would like to thank to LRQA and their auditors who have added extra value to our company with their unique Business Assurance approach during their assessments.”

This was also the first ISO 30000 certification for LRQA in the East Mediterranean & Black Sea region and a big step for Lloyd’s Register Turkey in developing new business opportunities with the many ship recycling companies in the country and two new ISO 30000 contracts have already followed. Apart from ISO 30000 certification, LRQA Turkey has delivered their core assessment services into this growing sector including certification to ISO 9001 (quality), ISO 14001 (environmental) and 18001 OHSAS (occupational health and safety) ..

ISO 30000 certification is highly influential in the global rush to comply with the new European Union (EU) Regulation on Ship Recycling and the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Hong Kong Convention. LRQA, as a member of Lloyd’s Register Group Limited, has strong foundations in the maritime industry which greatly assists Lloyd’s Register Marine in continuing their world leading position in ship recycling.

LRQA is a subsidiary of Lloyd’s Register Group Ltd. We are a leading independent provider of Business Assurance services including certification, validation, verification and training. We enhance the safety of life, property and the environment by helping our clients to ensure the quality construction and operation of critical infrastructure. For details see www.lr.org/entities.

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