Scarecrow Achieves Fourth ISO Certification

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Scarecrow Group is excited to announce that it has achieved its fourth ISO certification . Scarecrow has now achieved ISO 27001:2022 accreditation in information security, cybersecurity and privacy protection.

The International Organisation for Standardisation provides process management certifications that are globally recognised. They are among the most widely used and respected standards, and only a small percentage of companies hold certifications.

Scarecrow began seeking ISO accreditations last year and had already qualified for three by October, making this latest certification our fourth. To achieve four of these challenging certifications in such a short timeframe would be a remarkable achievement for any company, and even more so for the small but dedicated team at Scarecrow Group.

Our full list of ISO certifications now includes:

  • ISO 9001:2015 for quality management systems
  • ISO 14001:2015 for environmental management systems
  • ISO 45001:2018 for occupational health and safety management
  • ISO 27001:2022, our latest achievement, for information security management systems

The drive to achieve these certifications has been led by Deb Miall, our hardworking Operations Manager. “ISO accreditations represent the very highest standards of quality and process management,” Deb said. “They are challenging to achieve, and gaining four in such a short time reflects the high standards Scarecrow has always set for itself.”

These ISO certifications serve as evidence of our commitment to quality in our products, the service we provide to clients, and the work environment we maintain for our team. Going forward, Scarecrow will be conducting regular internal audits and undergoing external audits by an independent body to ensure we continue to meet the high bars required to hold these certifications.