The survey was aimed at measuring how large organisations perceive compliance and verification brands, and benchmark levels of awareness and engagement for delivering compliance and verification services, specifically certification and verification of EH&S systems and data, Bureau Veritas said in a press release.
As part of the survey, Verdantix interviewed over 300 EH&S decision-makers representing 21 industries and 15 geographies.
The survey concluded that Bureau Veritas has the highest level of engagement for EH&S related services across the 16 providers included in the study. Bureau Veritas also has the highest level of positive perception by respondents. Bureau Veritas already topped the list in terms of engagement and positive perception levels in Verdantix' 2014 EH&S survey.
“Helping our clients identify, prevent and reduce HSE and quality risks is Bureau Veritas' core mission. Our top ranking in this report recognises, for the second year in a row, our constant commitment to service and strong technical expertise and capabilities worldwide in all industries,” commented Marc Boissonnet, senior vice president in charge of Bureau Veritas Group Communication and Strategic Accounts.
“It also reflects our ability to provide solutions to issues at the top of the agenda for decision makers, as well as the credibility that our brand brings to our clients' HSE performance,” Boissonnet added.
Bureau Veritas supports industries by assessing equipment and processes from the design stage to installation, commissioning and operation. Going beyond compliance, the company also offers a wide range of services to ensure a safety-assurance process and asset availability performance for all industries. (RKS)
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