Enzen is certified to internationally-recognised industry standards for all our relevant practices, including quality, health, safety, environment and information security.
Enzen is certified to ISO 27001:2013 (Information Security Management System). This means our technical and organisational control measures are aligned to internationally-recognised standards. We also consistently follow industry best practice for information security and data protection across all business areas, and for all specific project and programme requirements.
Enzen is certified as a Living Wage Employer. Everyone working at Enzen, regardless of whether they are direct employees or third-party contracted staff, receive a minimum hourly wage of £8.75 in the UK or £10.20 in London. Both rates are significantly higher than the statutory minimum for over 25s of £7.50 per hour introduced in April 2017.
Enzen is certified to ISO 9001: 2015, which means our quality management system meets an international standard.
As the world-class standard for Environmental Management Systems, ISO14001 Certification means we've practically demonstrated how our services and operations are managed in a way that minimises their impact on the local environment.
ISO 45001 is a globally recognised standard for occupational health and safety management. Certification shows we're dedicated to providing a safe, healthy work environment to all Enzenites and being good neighbours to our surrounding communities.
The Utilities Vendor Database and Verify
Enzen is registered on the Utilities Vendor Database (UVDB) and Verify, the standard pre-qualification system for the utilities sector. It's used by all major UK utilities to source suppliers and contractors. Our registration on Verify proves we have the capabilities to pass Safety, Health, Environment and Quality assessments to the required industry standard.
The Cyber Essentials Plus scheme
Enzen is certified under the government-backed Cyber Essentials Plus scheme. This means we have been independently verified to have the necessary security arrangements in place to safeguard our business and our practices against the most common cyber attacks. This assessment was conducted by an assurance service provider in association with the National Cyber Security Centre.