Accreditations and memberships

Fendercare devotes many global resources to ensure that health and safety remain a priority throughout all operations. By continually reviewing and developing our processes we are able to stay at the forefront of HSSE management.

Archilles accredited

Achilles FPAL verified

Achilles FPAL verified

Fendercare’s quality and consistency is ensured through the Achilles accreditation, where sustainable procurement is delivered through identification, evaluation and monitoring. This allows us to effectively manage risk and provide safe solutions worldwide. 

ISO accreditations

Fendercare, through detailed independent audits, has been accredited to the following international standards:


ISO9001:2015 quality management system

Our established procedures and policies endorse the quality of products and services provided by Fendercare in meeting customer expectations and driving continual improvement throughout the business.


ISO45001:2018 occupational health and safety management system

Demonstrates Fendercare’s commitment to continually improving occupational health and safety management to prevent occupational injuries and diseases, which includes promoting and protecting physical and mental health.


ISO14001:2015 environmental management system

Demonstrates Fendercare’s efforts to bring environmental management to the forefront of the business strategy with the implementation of life-cycle thinking and a focus on minimising environmental impacts to ensure a sustainable future.

Internationally recognised accreditations

Each marine application is conducted in the most socially responsible manner, reducing the environmental impact of our services without compromising quality. The strict health and safety procedures and protocols are used by Fendercare to maintain its first-class reputation.

The following industry accreditations and memberships demonstrate our commitment to continually improving our services in-line with international standards:

Internationally recognised accreditations