Bartholomew Landscaping gains triple ISO accreditation

Bartholomew Landscaping has achieved the internationally recognised ISO's 18001 (occupational Health and Safety Systems), 9001 (quality management) and 14001 (environmental management) accreditations.

Bartholomew's award-winning penthouse project in Hampstead. Image: Supplied
Bartholomew's award-winning penthouse project in Hampstead. Image: Supplied

The company says the standards - which were awarded by the British Assessment Bureau - show its commitment to the highest levels of health and safety, environmental management, customer service, and quality in delivery.

Managing director Barry Burrows commented: ''We are particularly pleased to have achieved these certifications because it underlines Bartholomew Landscaping's ongoing commitment to Health and Safety, sustainability, our clients and our focus on quality. This recognition demonstrates we can provide a quality solution from quotation to delivery."

This month the company received another three BALI National Landscape Awards 2015 to add to its collection. Its penthouse roof terrace in Hampstead reaped two awards – one for best 'Green roof installation & roof garden' and the second
for 'Best innovation/technology'. The third award went to Bartholomew in the 'Domestic garden construction over £250,000' category for a significant garden design in London N2.


ISO (OHSAS) 18001 was first introduced in 1999 and requires organisations to assess their risk and implement an effective occupational health and safety management system to promote a safe and healthy working environment.

ISO 9001 was first introduced in 1987 and requires organisations to demonstrate that they do what they say they do and that they have a quality management system in place to ensure consistency and improvement; leading to high levels of performance and customer satisfaction.

ISO 14001:2004 was first introduced 1996 as a British Standard and requires organisations to have an
environmental policy and action plan to manage their impact on their environment.

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