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ISO 9001:2015 Implementation & Certification

CERTIFICATION is a strategic direction most companies that want to drive performance through time tested approached align to. There are benefits of ISO certification that do not necessarily come with the certificate. For an organization to benefit from certification, there is need for a culture change within the company. In SYDEV we boast of deep rooted industry experience of processes development, processes validation, fault identification and incessant process improvement. Our benchmark in ISO 9001 consultancy is entrenched in value addition and bottom-line improvement for our customers. We dedicate more time in ensuring that our customers have a proper strategic direction and we develop the quality management systems on the realization of company vision.

Before certification, unlike many consultants, we talk Quality Management Systems.

Global Gap Implementation & Certification

GLOBAL G.A.P. certification opens valuable new markets to large and small agricultural producers alike, and helps satisfy advanced food safety and sustainability specifications of retailers and major buyers worldwide. Assure your customers that your good agricultural practices for food safety and your environmental management practices meet GLOBALG.A.P. Requirements. GLOBALG.A.P. is a Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) benchmarked standard.

Choose Sydev Experts Services for thorough, timely and professional audits. With vast expertise in food safety and sustainability, our wealth of skilled auditors can meet your product-to-market deadlines.

Environmental impact assessment (EIA)

Environmental impact assessment (EIA)
An Environmental Impact Assessment is conducted in order to enhance compliance with prescribed environmental management legislations requirements by NEMA (National Environment Management Authority)

That is with reference to the Kenya Gazette, Supplement No. 56, Legislative Supplement No. 31, Legal Notice No.101 on the Environmental Impact Assessment and Audit regulations 2003.

The National environment Management Authority (NEMA) requires that a proponent prepares an Environmental Impact Assessment in accordance with subsection 7 of the aforementioned legal notice for all projects that fall under Schedule 2 of EMCA,1999. 

Environmental Audits (EA)


An environmental Audit is a systematic documented, periodic and objective evaluation of how activities and processes of an ongoing project to determine how far these activities and programs conform with the approved environmental management plan of that specific project and sound environmental management practices. A comprehensive EA promotes safe and healthy environment at all stages of a project operations, as well as decommissioning.

An environmental compliance audit, on the other hand is a comprehensive, systematic, documented evaluation that is designed to find and fix environmental violations for companies, local governments and individuals. It includes not only a compliance review, but regular reporting requirements and schedules for correcting problem areas discovered during the audit. Many include a review of pollution prevention opportunities.

Well managed companies and local governments/ authorities and individuals with environmental responsibilities conduct these environmental “checkups” regularly to keep them in compliance with environmental laws and regulations. They do it because it is the right thing to do, and it saves them compliance costs down the road.

The Goal of Environmental Audit

The goal of EA is to establish if proponents of projects are complying with the environmental requirements and enforcing legislation.


Statutory Fire Safety Audit

This assessment is done in compliance to Section 36 of the Fire Risk Reduction Rules, 2007. These are done by an approved Fire Safety Auditor as per Section 37 of the said rules and who conducts all duties as required under Sec 38 of the rules aforesaid. 

Sound & Noise Level Inspection


The aim of this assessment is to determine the exposure levels of noise at a workplace environment due to factory operation and obtain data for use in planning and control measures, to eliminate or minimize workers exposure.

The exposure level obtained after analysis will be compared with standards (threshold limit value-TLV) adopted by International Labour Organization (ILO) and America Conference of Industrial (ACGIH) 1989, guideline document.

Noise Level Assessments are done as stipulated under Sec. 6(1) that states that the occupier should carry out measurements of noise at least once every period of twelve months in order to determine the prevailing noise.


Air Quality Assessment


Air quality measurement is based on Air Quality Index (AQI) {also known as the Air Pollution Index (API) or Pollutant Standard Index (PSI)}. This is a number used by the Standards and Enforcement Review Committee as stipulated under section 78 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination Act (1999) to characterize the quality of air at a given location/workplace. As the AQI increases, an increasingly large percentage of the population is likely to experience increasingly severe adverse health effects.

Air quality index values are divided into ranges, and each range is assigned a descriptor to signify the air quality of the sample air given.


OSH Committee Training


OSH Committee training
This training is conducted for the Health and Safety committee at all workplaces. The training is conducted by experienced and registered health and safety advisors at the workplace premises; and is as per the curriculum developed by Directorate of Occupational Health and Safety Services (DOHSS).This training is covered under Section 12 (1, 2) of the Safety and Health Committees Rules, 200.


Occupational Safety & Health Audit

There are many legal duties placed on employers/Occupiers and its directors/managers regarding health, safety and welfare at the workplace. A Health and Safety Audit of workplaces and their associated operations is a way of periodically checking if and how they are complying with requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Act, 2007. It also allows comparisons to be made between the areas that are performing well regarding health and safety management and those that are not.

Health & Safety Audits enables “best practice” to be spread throughout a company and, consequently, resulting in progressive improvement.
It is a requirement under the aforesaid provisions that all workplaces as described under the act be subject to annual health and safety audits to ensure that their Safety Management Systems are adequate and compliant, and to help the organisations achieve continuous improvement

Sydev Experts comprehensive Health and Safety Audit based on the provisions of LN. No 31 of 2004 involves an initial evaluation of an organisation’s existing system for managing Health & Safety. We also review structure and methods of operation, and survey the workplace internally, externally and site operations, to identify hazards, unsafe acts or conditions, and non-compliance with Regulations.


Plant Examination

This is a requirement under Part VII of OSHA, 2007.

The plants required for testing include:

  • Hoist and Lifts;
  • Chains, Ropes & Lifting Tackle;
  • Cranes & other Lifting Equipment;
  • Steam Boilers & Receivers;
  • Air Receivers;
  • Cylinders for liquefied, compressed & Dissolved Gases;
  • Refrigeration Plants.


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