Zesa Holdings executive chairman Sydney Gata said the ISO certification was a vote of confidence on the power utility’s commitment to a safe working environment for its workers as well as visitors.
“I am delighted to note that having attained the Quality Management System, being a system that deals mainly with client/customer-related processes, the Division having been first certified in 2001, did not sit back but went on to add two more ISO systems namely the ISO14001:2015 and the new baby in the basket of systems the Occupational Health & Safety Management System ISO45001:2018. This shows management commitment not only to excellence in the provision of goods and services but also a commitment in providing a better and safer environment for workers, contractors and visitors to ZESA Enterprises. Beyond this, management has also demonstrated its commitment towards the environment by embracing the environmental management standard ISO14001:2015.” He said.
The Standard Association of Zimbabwe director general, Eve Gadzikwa commended ZENT.
“Certification to the three systems is truly a commendable achievement. It is a sign of dedication and commitment to your mission of providing quality energy products and services,” Gadzikwa said.
She added: The certification will improve the day to day running of operations across the company. The successful development and implementation of the system will definitely have a more holistic and positive impact on ZENT’s clients, employees, communities, shareholders and wider stakeholders. As such, these certifications will serve as testimony to the fact that ZENT is a good Corporate citizen,committed to contributing to a better tomorrow for our country and its citizens.”