XSi Quality Certifications
XSi has an established Quality Policy. More specifically, it’s a “Quality, Environmental, Health and Safety Policy,” to which it has deeply committed for the direct benefit and assurance of XSi clients, its employees and the health of the environment. The XSi executive team all believe that by establishing high standards for quality, company service offerings are proven trustworthy, internal culture can feel proud and the company is significantly differentiated from its IT lifecycle services competition. (Note: Certifications for R2v3 and ISO were managed and audited by Perry Johnson Registrars.) Click on the links below to see XSi Certification certificates.
R2v3: is the IT reuse and recycling certification, ensuring the security, quality, transparency, and environmental and social responsibility of the company and its processes. XSi was also process-certified for its data sanitization and test & repair capabilities. SERI (Sustainable Electronics Recycling International) is the governing body for R2v3. Read more at www.sustainableelectronic.org
ISO 45001: is the international standard for occupational health and safety protecting employees and visitors from work-related accidents and diseases (replaces OHSAS 18001). ISO (International Organization for Standardization) is the governing body for ISO. Read more at www.iso.org.
ISO 14001: is the international standard that specifies requirements for an effective environmental management system (EMS), ensuring analysis of risks and legal requirements and protection of the environment.
ISO 9001: is the international standard for a quality management system (“QMS”). Organizations use the standard to demonstrate their ability to consistently provide products and services that meet or exceed client and regulatory requirements and to demonstrate continuous improvement.
ASCDI ITAD Certification: Built upon the foundation of R2v3 and ISO standards, ASCDI verifies the ITAD service performed, standards met and vets the company’s ethical business/management standards. ASCDI’s ITAD Certify program is designed to encourage ITAD providers to register, then hold themselves to established standards; whereas, its ITAD Certify website is designed to help enterprise end-users easily find certified members within their geographic region. ASCDI is the governing body for ASCDI’s ITAD Certification. Read more at www.itadcertify.com.
A Note to XSi Clients or Future Clients
If there are certifications you do not see listed here, but important to your organization, the XSi executive team would like to hear your requests or suggestions. Please notify us by using the form at our Contact Us page.