Outland Energy Services has secured two globally recognized certifications: the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 14001:2004 for environmental management and the Occupational Health and Safety Standard (OHSAS) 18001:2007 for occupational health and safety management. Outland had previously secured the ISO 9001:2008 quality management certification.
Founded in 2005, Outland currently has 125 technicians who commission, operate and maintain wind farms across the U.S., including more than 900 MW of turbines under long-term services agreements.
To achieve these certifications, Outland had to demonstrate to an accredited independent auditor (the National Standards Authority of Ireland) that it tracks the quality, health, safety and environmental impacts of its business, and continuously works to improve its performance in those areas, according to the company.
Outland also announced that it has changed its name from Outland Renewable Energy to Outland Energy Services.
‘The modification from 'Renewable Energy' to 'Energy Services' more clearly articulates who we are and aligns our name with our mission of supporting the North American wind industry as a trusted and respected technical services provider,’ says Steve Scott, president and chief operating officer of the company.
SOURCE: Outland Energy Services