Exosun obtains triple certification: OHSAS 18001, ISO 9001 and 14001

Exosun is the first solar tracker design and supply company worldwide to earn this triple certification for its entire business.

Martillac (France), January 29, 2015. In addition to the renewal of its ISO 9001 and 14001 certifications concerning quality and environmental management, Exosun has been certified OHSAS 18001, an international standard for Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) management. Exosun is the first solar tracker design and supply company worldwide to earn this triple certification for its entire business, covering the design of its trackers, as well as the engineering, installation, training, operation, and maintenance of ground-mounted solar plants.


Exosun is committed to optimizing work conditions and watches over the safety and health of its employees and of all third parties present at its work place, including its suppliers, subcontractors and visitors. Exosun also dedicates much of its time in raising awareness and training all concerned parties to respect the company's safety rules in order to avoid accidents and reduce risks. This endeavour have been rewarded by the company's OHSAS 18001 certification.

It is also key for Exosun to maintain the highest quality standards of its products and services. Consequently, for the fourth consecutive year, Exosun's ISO 9001 and 14001 certifications have been renewed.

Delivered by Afnor Certification, these certifications confirm Exosun's continual commitment to customer and partner satisfaction.

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