Friday, 03 May 2019 10:50 Written by TEMS

TEMS International Awarded ISO 9001:2015 Certification

TEMS International, an independent provider of environmental management and compliance services to the global oil and gas industry, has been awarded ISO 9001:2015 certification.

The Aberdeen-headquartered company, which has offices in Houston and Kuala Lumpur, gained the internationally recognised quality management certification following a successful audit by risk management and quality assurance company DNV GL.

In achieving the ISO 9001:2015 standard TEMS International has demonstrated its ability to consistently and effectively provide services which exceed customer and regulatory requirements. The accreditation also reflects TEMS International’s commitment to improved efficiencies, waste reduction and continual improvement of services and their delivery.

Those services, which are provided to oil and gas operators around the world, are focused on managing and optimising drilling performance and drilling waste onboard installations, while ensuring the asset remains in environmental compliance.

Bill Walkingshaw, TEMS International managing director, said: “Receiving ISO 9001:2015 certification is testament to the hard work of our whole team in establishing a robust quality management system and delivering a service that is respected by our clients. The accreditation will provide oil and gas operators and members of the wider supply chain with added confidence in our capabilities and service offering.”

Founded in 2017, TEMS International is an independent oil and gas service company focused on managing and optimising the performance and compliance of drilling systems. Headquartered in Aberdeen, the firm’s services cover rig audits, drilling fluid systems management and optimisation, waste management programme planning, tank cleaning, waste water treatment and mud treatment. TEMS International personnel operate as an integral part of clients’ drilling teams in order to reduce drilling costs, ensure legislative compliance and improve environmental performance.

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