Tenon FM becomes the first Integrated Facility Management company to be accredited ISO 41001:2018

Tenon Facility Management (Tenon FM) has announced that it has been awarded ISO 41001:2018 Certificate for its quality facility management system. Tenon FM is the one of the few Facility Management companies In India to be awarded this accreditation.

The World’s First International Facilities Management System (FMS) Standard by the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) helps facility management companies to prove their ability to consistently offer quality services designed as per the exact needs of the customers along with meeting national and international regulatory requirements.

The company’s long-standing commitment to providing “services that fit” and the subsequent audit helped Tenon FM achieve accreditation in the first half of 2021. The ISO 41001 is a testimony to the company’s mission to understand the expectations of the FM buyers and develop and drive effective, strategic, tactical, and operational FMS and FM practices at optimum costs.

“Even though the COVID-19 pandemic continued to pose a multitude of challenges in carrying out essential services, Tenon FM remained dutifully firm and unwavering in delivering improved consistency of service levels delivered, improved safety, health, well-being and productivity of the workforce, and better efficiency and effectiveness, hence improving organisational cost benefits in India & UK. The ISO 41001 is a recognition of such relentless efforts made by the Tenon Group Company amidst the pandemic” said Angad Rajain, Global Head- IFM & CSO, Tenon FM.

Tenon FM has won numerous certifications and accreditations for its quality-driven mode of service delivery. It will continue to seek newer opportunities for elevating the service standards and exceeding the customers’ expectations.

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