With a head office in Maputo, Tsebo Servco is a leading industry player with a national operational footprint and supply chain in Mozambique, adding value to the country through job creation and an 85% procurement spend on local businesses and suppliers.
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- ISO 9001:2015, which specifies requirements for superior quality management systems that consistently provide products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements.
- ISO 14001:2015, which stipulates requirements for an effective environmental management system and provides a framework for environmental performance.
- OHSAS 18001:2007, which establishes the desired standard for occupational health and safety management systems to create safe and healthy work environments for employees.
- ISO 22000, which is a food safety management system that helps organisations recognise and control food safety hazards.
All four accreditations were done through the Instituto Nacional de Normalização e Qualidade (INNOQ), which is judicially and administratively an autonomous body that has been operating under the Mozambican Ministry of Industry and Trade since 2000, and acts as the recognised central body responsible for defining and implementing quality policy and for coordinating all standardisation and quality activities at national level.
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