Fibrus Achieves Four Additional ISO Accreditations to Bolster Health, Safety, Environmental, Quality and Security Standards

Fibrus, a leading infrastructure provider committed to addressing digital poverty in rural areas, has recently secured four additional ISO accreditations to further strengthen its commitment to health and safety, environmental, quality, and security management systems.

With over 340 employees and an additional 900 indirect hires through build partners and subcontractors, Fibrus has been awarded ISO 45001, ISO 14001, and ISO 9001 certifications for health and safety, environmental, and quality management (HSEQ) systems. Additionally, the company has been awarded the ISO 27001 accreditation, which is a globally recognized standard for information security management systems.

According to John Evans, Head of HSEQ at Fibrus, these ISO accreditations will reinforce the company’s design, planning, and implementation of a broader infrastructure across Northern Ireland and Great Britain to eradicate digital poverty in rural areas. By adopting these accreditations, Fibrus demonstrates its commitment to providing safe, secure, and high-quality services that meet or exceed international standards.

In today’s business environment, ISO accreditations are increasingly recognized as an essential requirement for ensuring organizational excellence. By obtaining these certifications, Fibrus has taken a significant step in enhancing its reputation and credibility in the industry, attracting new customers, and expanding its reach.

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