Riello UPS is committed to quality and providing our customers exceptional levels of service. We’re constantly striving to improve performance by having the policies and procedures in place to deliver outstanding results time and time again.
As part of this process, we’ve achieved numerous industry recognised certifications and quality assurance standards, including:
ISO 9001: 2015 (Quality Management Systems)
The international standard for Quality Management Systems (QMS), which provides a management framework to improve business practices and help provide services and products that meet – and potentially exceed – customers’ expectations.
ISO 14001: 2015 (Environmental Management Systems)
The international standard for the environmental management of businesses, which demonstrates a company’s commitment to working proactively to minimise its environmental impact by producing less waste, in the way it treats waste, in increasing energy efficiency, and in its use of natural resources.
ISO 22301: 2019 (Business Continuity Management Systems)
The international standard for business continuity, which enables a company to understand, develop, and implement a structured and formalised business continuity management system that minimises the risk of disruption and keeps an organisation running through difficult times.
ISO 27001: 2013 (Information Security Management Systems)
The international standard for information security, which demonstrates a company is always appropriately protected to assist with the preservation of data and information in terms of confidentiality, integrity, and availability.
ISO 45001: 2018 (Occupational Health & Safety)
The international standard for occupational health and safety management, replacing OHSAS 18001. It demonstrates how a company will protect the health, safety, and wellbeing of its employees, visitors, or anyone else affected by its day-to-day activities.
ISO 50001: 2018 (Energy Management Systems)
The international standard for Energy Management Systems (EnMS), which helps organisations get to grips with its energy usage, reduce its environmental impact, and ultimately improve its bottom line.
Investors in People ‘We Invest In People’ Standard
Living Wage Employer
Accreditation from the Living Wage Foundation earned by organisations committed to the principle of delivering “a fair day’s pay for a hard day’s work”. The real Living Wage is the only rate of pay calculated according to the costs of living and provides a voluntary benchmark for employers to ensure their staff earn a salary that meets the pressures they face in their day-to-day lives.
Well-recognised health and safety accreditation that enables organisations to pool together all its health, safety, and ethical policies in one place, ensuring full compliance with SSIP and PAS91.
Constructionline (Gold Member)
Gold membership of accreditation scheme used throughout the UK construction industry as a procurement pre-qualifier.
JOSCAR (the Joint Supply Chain Accreditation Register) is a collaborative tool used by the aerospace, defence, and security industry to act as a single repository for pre-qualification and compliance information. The accreditation demonstrates a company has met a stringent set of criteria including information security, financial stability, and corporate social responsibility.
Achilles UVDB Certificate Of Registration
The pre-qualification system used throughout the utilities sector in the UK. Participating companies must complete a rigorous annual audit to prove they have the capabilities to supply and work with the best the utilities sector has to offer.
Carbon Neutral Organisation (As Recognised By Carbon Footprint Ltd)
Global standard demonstrating an organisation has achieved carbon neutrality throughout its operations by implementing a robust process of carbon measurement, reduction, and offsetting.
SME Climate Hub
A climate change initiative spearheaded by the United Nations Race to Zero campaign. Businesses signing up to the scheme commit to halve their emissions by 2030, reach net zero emissions by 2050, and report on their progress towards these goals every year.
Cyber Essentials Certification
Quality assurance scheme overseen by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) that is considered the best first step to a more secure IT network and said to mitigate against 80% of the most basic cybersecurity breaches.