BMA recognises that our operations have an impact on the environment.
For us climate change is a major issue and one that needs to be confronted head on. As a global IT solutions and consulting services provider, we see one of our major contributions being to actively develop, promote and implement sustainability-focused solutions for our clients that help to reduce carbon footprint and prevent pollution. We are committed to pursuing sustainable business practices that comply with the requirements outlined in the ISO14001 standard, and since 2015 have held UKAS/IAS accredited certification to ISO14001.
On our journey towards a sustainable future, we are thrilled to announce that our processes continue to be ISO-certified since 2015 to three international standards: ISO9001, ISO14001, ISO27001 for quality management, environmental management and information security management respectively. Our latest successful external audit review now also includes the addition of our international certification by the IAS based in the US. BMA is now accredited in both the UK and the US.
Further information relating to our commitments to protecting the environment and sustainability can be found in various company policies. Click here to view.
Sustainable Development Goals
We actively support the UN Sustainable Development Goals through our whole range of solutions and ways of working.
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