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Panpa Bulletin : July 2007
Tasmania's rst 'o cial' environmentally responsible printer Tasmanian printing company at+m integrated marketing has been certi ed under the Australian SAI Global Assurance Program to ISO 9001:2000 since August 1995 but will soon move into a new category of certi cation when the Minister for Tourism, Arts & the Environment, The Hon Paula Wriedt MHA presented the company with their ISO 14001 Certi cation. ISO 14001 is recognised by the distinctive green ticks logo, similar to the red ticks awarded for quality assurance certi cation. "at+m integrated marketing is now recognised internationally as one of the worlds best managed and environmentally responsible printing companies. More importantly, the pro le that the red and green ticks of- fer our business, also gives our clients con dence in our quality assurance and EMS," at+m managing director David Peck said. "The ISO standard, which gives us access to the green ve-ticks for our environmental practices and the red ve-ticks for our quality manage- ment procedures, simply means that our certi cation achievements will be instantly recognised," David said. "SAI Global specialise in the independent assessment of manage- ment systems and products with variations of the mark being applied to di erent areas of certi cation. These include quality assurance, environment management systems, occupational health & safety, and product certi cation. "SAI Global has done an excellent job in promoting the credibility of their quality assurance branding. We are honoured that they recognise the achievements of our company and granted at+m integrated market- ing permission to use the insignia." Andrew Thornhill from SAI Global said that he was impressed with the overall commitment from both sta and management to the ISO certi cation process. "The commitment shown by at+m integrated marketing to attend to the pre-audit requirements, as well as meeting the stringent and robust requirements of the certi cation process is to be commended," David said. David Peck Managing Director of at+m integrated marketing receives his certi cate for their EMS from The Minister for Tourism, Arts & the Environment, The Hon Paula Wriedt MHA.
August September 2007