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Clean Power Hydrogen awarded ISO certifications

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Global Hydrogen Review,


Clean Power Hydrogen (CPH2), the UK-based green hydrogen technology and manufacturing group that has developed the IP-protected Membrane-Free Electrolyser, (MFE), is pleased to announce that it has been awarded three ISO certifications for Occupational Health and Safety (ISO 45001), Environmental Management Systems (ISO 14001) and Quality Management Systems (ISO 9001).

ISO 45001 is an internationally recognised standard that ensures the highest quality of health and safety. To receive certification, organisations must demonstrate that they have the policies, practises and procedures in place to prevent workplace accidents and injuries, creating a safe and healthy working environment for their employees.

ISO 14001 is a recognised standard for environmental management systems. This award demonstrates that CPH2 is taking proactive measures to minimise the company’s environmental footprint, comply with relevant legal requirements, and achieve our environmental objectives.

ISO 9001 is a recognised standard for quality management, reflecting CPH2’s ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements.

Jon Duffy, CEO of Clean Power Hydrogen commented: “These certificates are incredibly important for everyone at CPH2 and confirm our commitment to the highest standards of health and safety, sustainability and quality management measures within our organisation. As we continue to advance towards product commercialisation, we ensure that every crucial step is taken to make sure our systems are effective and our employees are protected. The awards are also testament to CPH2’s dedication to a sustainable future, blending environmental responsibility with strategic business growth."

Read the article online at: https://www.globalhydrogenreview.com/hydrogen/05022024/clean-power-hydrogen-awarded-iso-certifications/

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