Equas has invested to develop an ISO in a Box management system that will ensure compliance with PAS 2030 for energy efficient system installers. Covering everything from condensing boilers to heating controls, under-floor heating, insulation, lighting and more, the PAS 2030 standard will ensure firms are ready to install the highest standards of EEM for their customers.
"From October 2012, the Green Deal will promote a revolution in the energy efficiency of UK building stock," a spokesperson for Equas said. "Green Deal Finance will eliminate the need for customers to pay up front for EEM and provides assurances that the costs of these measures should be covered by the savings that will be made on energy bills. PAS 2030 demonstrates a firm's compliance and ability to meet customer expectations, so we're very pleased to be introducing this new ISO in a Box management system."
PAS stands for Publicly Available Specification and provides a robust and common specification that ensures the quality of EEM is maintained.
ISO in a Box is a management system that uses a five-step process towards certification. Other standards it can help companies achieve include ISO 9001 (product quality and customer service), ISO 27001 (enhanced information security), ISO 14001 (reduced environmental impact), ISO 50001 (lower energy costs) and OHSAS 18001 (lower accident rates).
For more information about the ISO in a Box management system, visit http://www.isoinabox.co.uk/