Safran Oil Systems, a 36,250 SF manufacturer of commercial engine oil tanks, located in Fort Myers, FL, and operating as a subsidiary of Safran Aero Boosters, a $1B, Belgian-based global leader in jet engine low compressors, lubrication units, oil tanks, heat exchangers, and space valves, has chosen to become certified sustainable under the Edenark Group ISO 14001 environmental sustainability certification program.
“The Safran Oil Systems team has been excited about the program since we decided to pursue the certification. But in recent weeks, after seeing the new IPCC report on global warming, we felt even more committed to being part of the solution, rather than being a company that looks the other way. We have formed our Green Team and are reviewing project options that will reduce our carbon footprint, improve operations and benefit all our stakeholders. Some are operational and have no cost. Most look easy to administer and fun to execute. We realize there are many things we can do, with little to no personal or organizational hardship that will have a positive impact on the environment. We’re looking forward to having fun, doing good, and holding our heads high as an organization that is on the right side of tackling this problem,” said Jean-Pierre Posset, of Safran Oil Systems.
The Edenark Group ISO 14001 is the world’s premier environmental sustainability certification program and allows SMEs (small to mid-sized enterprises) the ability to attain the world’s most respected and popular environmental certification standard via a program designed and priced specifically for them. Edenark Group also helps clients pursue carbon neutrality and ESG compliance, using the Edenark Group ISO 14001 as a foundation for long term compliance.
The program, which allows companies to progressively improve at a pace that works for their needs, helps the organization define how it interacts internally, externally, and with the environment. It incorporates energy/waste/water, employee health and performance enhancement, community involvement, procurement and suppliers, compliance and regulations, emergency/security, and stakeholder engagement. Benefits include creating a culture of continual improvement, stakeholder engagement, lower costs, higher revenues and profits, improved employee performance, and…… doing the right thing for the environment and current and future generations.
“When an organization pursues, and attains, the Edenark Group ISO 14001 sustainability certification, they are not just doing it to see their costs go down and revenues and profits go up. They are setting a higher bar for their organization and sending a signal to all those around them,” says David Goodman, CEO of Edenark Group. “They are agreeing to adhere to the world’s Gold standard for sustainability certification; are choosing to be a leader and part of the solution, not the problem; and are joining an elite fraternity of over 300,000 organizations, in over 150 countries, that have committed to continually improving in every way.”