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LADOL retains ISO 45001:2018, 14001:2015 certifications

LADOL’s Executive Director Business Development (middle) flanked by Management staff and RINA representatives after the successful ISO 45001:2018 (OH&S), 14001:2015 (EMS) audit

Lagos Deep Offshore Logistic Base
(LADOL) has retained its International Organization for Standardization Certificates
in ISO  45001:2018 and 14001:2015
certification, being the first company in West and North Africa to do so.

This success builds on the
company’s marketing leading track record in implementation of quality, health,
safety, environment and occupational health policies and procedures.

management systems keep sustainability at its core and the Occupational Health
and Safety and the Environment standards the company maintains reflect this

LADOL transitioned to the ISO 45001:2018, the Occupational Health
and Safety Management system in December 2018 and also retained its
certifications for ISO 14001:2015 the Environment Management System in the same
year. LADOL is already ISO 9001 certified.

Retaining these certifications
was achieved after a rigorous and transparent audit process conducted by RINA
at LADOL Free Zone. 

The entire staff and management of LADOL showed exemplary
dedication and leadership, which is improving and strengthening year on year as
the company grows.
The ISO 45001:2018 certification
is a badge of honour, confirming that LADOL provides safe and healthy
workplaces for its employees, contractors and clients, preventing work-related
injury and ill health, as well as proactively continuously improving its
OH&S performance. 

The ISO 14001:2015 confirms LADOL’s adherence to the
highest global environmental standards. 

As the company’s systems are linked to
achieving the United Nations 17 Sustainable development Goals, there is a deep
and sincere focus on more efficient use of resources and reduction of waste,
gaining the company a competitive advantage and the trust of stakeholders.

With the renewal and retaining of
ISO 45001:2018 and 14001:2015 certificate, the Managing Director of LADOL
commented that “This success comes at the end of a very challenging year, when
many hurdles have been thrown in LADOL’s way.

“I am grateful and moved that
despite this our staff and management remained focused on our core business and
worked hard and diligently to meet and exceed the standards we achieved last

“Getting ISO certifications and our commitment to the achieving the United
Nations 17 SDGs are not about reaching for empty goals or accolades – this is
about ensuring the company’s long-term success for decades to come by building
on strong foundations that will enable us to scale both locally and globally –
helping Nigeria to become West Africa’s hub. These successes are to the credit
of our staff and management and an example of what real team work can achieve.”

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