Caring About ISO

5 Nov, 2019

“I’ll pick your care home one day” is a familiar teenage retort, but, when it comes to it, families only want the best for their vulnerable loved ones. Find out how its triple ISO certification helps Linden Care Homes Ltd stand out from over 17,000 competitors.

Linden Care Homes provides nursing, residential, residential Dementia and short term Respite Care to families at their three purpose-built Care Homes in Staffordshire and North Warwickshire.

Their triple ISO Certification has helped the business stand out from the crowd and, to the best of our knowledge, they are the only Care Home company to be certificated to three ISO standards:

ISO 9001 helps them improve the quality of care provided, improve efficiencies and reduce costs.

ISO 14001 reinforces their commitment towards their environmental responsibility.

ISO 45001 protects the staff, residents and others from injuries.

Read their story here.

ISO Quality Services Ltd are proud to specialise in the implementation and certification of the Internationally recognised ISO and BS EN Management Standards.

Do you want to get ahead of your competition? Win more tenders or save time and money on reoccurring issues? Contact us today on 0330 058 5551 or email info@isoqsltd.com.

Alternatively, you can request a quote by filling out our enquiry form and a member of our team will be in touch shortly.

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