UK-based membrane-free electrolyser (MFE) manufacturer Clean Power Hydrogen (CPH2) has been awarded three ISO certifications.
The certifications include Occupational Health and Safety (ISO 45001), Environmental Management Systems (ISO 14001), and Quality Management Systems (ISO 9001).
CPH2 CEO, Jon Duffy, reiterated that the certificates and extremely important for the company and confirms its “commitment to the highest standards of health and safety, sustainability and quality management measures.”
Duffy added, “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.”
To receive ISO 45001, organisations must demonstrate its policies, practices, and procedures in place to prevent workplace accidents and injuries.
ISO 14001 proves CPH2 is taking proactive measures to minimise the company’s environmental footprint, comply with relevant legal requirements, and achieve environmental objectives.
CPH2’s ability to consistently provide products and services meeting customer and regulatory requirements is recognised with the ISO 9001 standard.
Last year (2023), CPH2 and ATOME Energy agreed to revise the agreement for a single 1MW MFE220 electrolyser order placed in 2022, and mutually agreement to cease the previous production order.
CPH2’s Board of Directors decided to re-focus its MFE interests elsewhere.
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