The purpose of this document is to briefly describe the methods used within McKenzie & Ridley (Kawerau) Ltd to ensure that compliance with contractual requirements is achieved together with the levels of professionalism required by the management.
The nature of our company's origins have resulted in a reputation for excellence as steam specialists and stainless steel engineers.
These fields are wide, covering a diverse range of expertise in steam generation, waste heat and waste fuels equipment, pressure vessels, plant installation, plant upgrade, multi-sized pipe reticulation and food processing machinery.
Over more recent years the field has expanded to include installation of multi fuel equipment to take full advantage of fuel economies in steam generation plants.
Deep involvement in the steam industry has led to a wealth of both technical and practical know-how, and a sound base of plant and skills to ensure reliable service to that most important party - the customer. This includes design and service engineers, well-qualified personnel along with heavy plate rolling, tube bending and spares logistics.
The company has recognised the need to keep pace with new developments in order to maintain a well proven track record and equally, to illustrate the ability to construct equipment to world standards and compete successfully using New Zealand skills.
McKenzie and Ridley (Kawerau) Ltd are accredited with ISO 9001:2008 for the Design, fabrication, installation, commissioning, servicing and maintenance of boilers, pressure vessels, plant and equipment. Quality is controlled through the implementation of a wide variety of quality procedures specifically aimed at ensuring the client of the integrity of the final unit.
The policy of this company demands that the quality manual and its associated procedures are under constant surveillance and as such the programme is reviewed annually, at a minimum, and any necessary revisions are carried out.
Health & Safety Policy
McKenzie and Ridley (Kawerau) Ltd are committed to the safety and health of its employees. Although the inherently dangerous nature of construction work makes it highly unlikely that accidents will ever be completely eliminated certainly the frequency and severity can be reduced.
McKenzie and Ridley (Kawerau) Ltd have in place safe work procedures for many of items of plant that its employees are using regularly. These procedures are documented and formal training is offered in these areas, when required on new plant or for new employees.