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Guyana’s largest shore base gets ISO 9001 certification

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The Guyana Shore Base (GYSBI) is now officially ISO 9001:2015 certified. GYSBI said achieving the feat shows that its processes are “efficient and effective” and are consistent with the requirements of the ISO 9001:2015 standard.

ISO 9001:2015 certification can apply to any organisation, regardless of size or industry. ISO 9001 helps organizations ensure their customers consistently receive high-quality products and services, which in turn brings many benefits, including satisfied customers, management, and employees.

“The company benefits internally by being capable of consistently delivering quality services to its clients while externally, it promotes increased business prospects for the company through global recognition,” GYSBI said on Thursday.

Moreover, GYSBI said being ISO 9001 certified provides evidence that employees are “competent and capable” of executing their tasks to the highest standards.

“We meet with clients regularly to discuss their requirements and any changes – problems are dealt with to ensure that they do not recur all of which contribute to providing quality services,” it said.

GYSBI provides services for the oil and gas industry in Guyana. It is currently the country’s premier shore base supplying a range of integrated services.

It supports a range of clients across its 140-acre development, with highly trained staff, and services compliant with international standards and best practices. It has also been dedicated to the recruitment, development, and retention of Guyanese talent.

The company said the certification marks a further demonstration of its commitment to continuously improving and delivering on its mission.

Last year, GYSBI held job fairs in a bid to hire 150 more Guyanese workers. It received commendation from Finance Minister Dr. Ashni Singh and Public Works Minister Deodat Indar for the initiative.

With consistent ramping up over the years, GYSBI has been growing with the industry.

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