Tritium attains ISO certifications
Australian EV charging company Tritium has achieved all three ISO certifications for quality, health and safety, and environmental standards, which is expected to help boost its exports.
ISO certification is a seal of approval which verifies that an organisation meets one of the internationally recognised ISO management systems.
Tritium has more than 3000 chargers deployed in more than 29 countries. For example, it recently signed a memorandum of understanding with auto-component conglomerate Tata AutoComp to supply its Veefil-RT 50 kW DC fast chargers to the Indian market. After achieving ISO 9001:2015 for Quality, ISO14001:2015 for Environment and ISO 45001:2018 for Health and Safety, the company said it can now export its technology with internationally recognised certification of its products.
“These accreditations are an endorsement of our processes throughout the entire business; from design through to production and the installation of our products with our customers,” said Paul Hewitt, Chief Operating Officer at Tritium. “We have always developed and delivered quality solutions, and these certifications confirm that our systems deliver the quality expectations of our existing and prospective customer base.”
The company is constantly testing its EV chargers at its headquarters in Brisbane and its facility in Amsterdam. All electricity required by the testing is recycled using Tritium’s regenerative technology throughout the facility rather than going to waste, with only a small amount lost through the heat required for generation.
“The ISO14001 standard is a validation of our company ethos as a driver of true energy freedom and enabling a zero-emissions driving future,” said Tritium Quality Manager Dion Schulz.
“Further, our health and safety standards are paramount as our staff and customers are always our chief concern; we continue to add staff to our manufacturing and engineering teams weekly to meet increasing demand for our products.
“While the ISO45001 standard for health and safety is a new certification, it is one we saw as a priority to achieve.”
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