The company has now achieved six ISO certifications across its facilities management business.
C&W Services (S) Pte Ltd has been recognized with the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) 55001 certification by TÜV SÜD PSB for its Asset Management system. This brings the total tally of ISO certifications that the company has achieved to-date to six.
The ISO 55001 provides a framework to establish asset management policies, objectives, processes and governance, and facilitates an organization's achievement of its strategic goals. ISO 55001 utilizes a structured, effective, and efficient process that drives continual improvement and ongoing value creation by managing asset-related cost, performance and risk.
Natalie Craig, Managing Director of C&W Services Singapore said, “I am incredibly proud of the work that our team has put in to establish C&W Services’ leadership in the facilities management industry. The ISO certifications that we have received reinforce our commitment to have the most reliable and best in class operational standards, so we continue to excel in our service delivery to our clients. For our asset management service, the data-fuelled approach prescribed by ISO 55001 provides benchmark measurements for our clients that helps them to fine tune decisions or actions to close gaps and achieve operational excellence.”
Besides ISO 55001, C&W Services currently has the following ISO certifications:
- ISO 41001 (Facility Management System)
- ISO 45001 (Occupational Health and Safety Management System)
- ISO 9001 (Quality Management System)
- ISO 14001 (Environmental Management System)
- ISO 22301 (Business Continuity Management System)
“The facilities management industry is evolving rapidly and sustainable facilities management is an increasingly important topic in our industry in recent years. As a leading facilities management company in Singapore, we will continue to explore and develop new innovations and best practices in this area by partnering with key industry associations and organizations that drive the sustainability agenda. Our efforts will also take into consideration the initiatives that the Singapore Government has recently announced in the Singapore Green Plan 2030 to ensure that we contribute to the national agenda on sustainable development,” noted Natalie.