The audit was carried out by Lloyd's Register, a global certification and assurance company. The audit was conducted in May and involved about 50 Caruna employees. Due to the coronavirus situation, the audit was conducted remotely using online platforms for document sharing and employee interviews.
"With no non-conformances identified at all, the audit clearly demonstrated that Caruna has made many positive developments. Specifically, the audit showed that Caruna has been successful in managing risks, managing the supply chain, and evaluating and managing performance," says Karl Miller, Utilities Sector Manager of Lloyd's Register.
"Caruna has made great strides in its activities, and the renewal of the certificate shows that the company has a systematic way of operating and managing the business. This means an even higher quality service for our large customer base," says Jyrki Tammivuori, Deputy CEO and CFO of Caruna.
Caruna's asset management system was first certified in 2017.
The quality of the company's management and operations is also ensured by the environmental and occupational health and safety certificates issued by DNV GL, which were confirmed in external audits in the spring. Caruna has had an environmental certificate based on the ISO 14001 standard since 2000 and an occupational health and safety certificate based on the ISO 45001 standard since 2016.