D2 Rail is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a 5-Star RISQS accreditation – the highest possible rating, following its recent audit.
RISQS requires rail suppliers to undergo a rigorous assessment process to verify that they have the management processes, skills and capability to meet customer requirements.
The RISQS audit is designed to ensure that companies comply fully with the rail industry’s Health and Safety, Quality and Environmental practices.
Managing Director, David Diesbergen was delighted with this award and said:
“In achieving the maximum score available from RISQS, our rail customers can be assured that the services we provide are of the very highest standard.
“I would like to extend my thanks to everyone who has contributed to the audit but in particular to Rebecca Crean and Kate Blackburn, who have worked diligently to ensure the best possible outcome for the audit. Your drive and enthusiasm to always raise the bar in everything we do has created a very strong platform for us within the industry.
“Each and every one of the D2 Rail team provides such a diverse and innovative skillset to the business – I really look forward to seeing what 2018 brings for us all!”
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