Accreditations & Memberships
Amarinths accreditations and memberships demonstrate its commitment to leading the industry to raise standards.
Our memberships of key organisations ensure that we are in a position to represent our customers and lobby for change if it is needed.
Our quality accreditations are a recognised badge of quality and result from the rigorous quality management procedures which underpin our service.
The International recognised standard that outlines the requirements an organization must maintain for their occupational health and safety. Amarinth are certified and audited to the latest standard to maintain exceptional occupational health and safety management.
ATEX is the name commonly given to the framework for controlling explosive atmospheres and to the standards that electronic equipment needs to comply with in order to be used safely in hazardous areas. The ATEX product certification process includes testing and assessment of a product with an ATEX certificate and report being issued for conforming product. Within Europe all explosion-proof equipment and systems fall under the ATEX Directive.
BSI Group, also known as the British Standards Institution, is the national standards body of the United Kingdom of which Amarinth remains an active member. The BSI apply harmonisation to International standards and allow Amarinth access to exisitng and the latest technical standards directly associated with their wide range of products and services.
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce supports and represents local business interests in the South East of the United Kingdom. Amarinth utilises membership to respond to changes and keep abreast of local, national and European issues which may impact service provision or ability to maintain thier industry leading standards.
EIC membership ensures Amarinth stay informed about opportunities, changes and requiremnts within the global energy industries. Amarinth has continued its Global memebership status for over a decade and actively develops its already established relationships with the key decision-makers of the top operators and contractors.
The reformed Government Apprenticeship scheme launched in April 2017 to improve the quality of apprenticeships, and the subsequent uptake from employers has been fully adopted by Amarinth. Amarinths training programme is specifically designed to align with both the current NVQ standards and our manufacuring practises.