HPI Energy Services, LTD awarded multiple ISO certifications

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  • Houston, TX (1888PressRelease) April 19, 2011 - HPI Energy Services, LTD, a UK based subsidiary of HPI, LLC in Houston, announced today their receipt of multiple ISO certifications for quality, environmental, health and safety practices. HPI Energy Services provides turbine controls, non-invasive testing, mechanical retrofits and solutions for emissions compliance of gas turbines in the oil and gas industry. The audits were conducted by Quality Management Systems (QMS), a global organization specializing in ISO Assessment and Certification.

    QMS has granted HPI Energy Services the following ISO certificates:
    ISO 9001 - an international standard for quality management, ensuring that organizations have proven processes in place to meet customer requirements.
    ISO 14001 - evaluates how well an organization manages its environmental responsibilities.
    OHSAS 18001- a UK standard enabling businesses to measure and demonstrate their commitment to Occupational Health and Safety.
    ISO 19001 - an international standard for health and safety practices.
    "The health and safety of our employees and customers is paramount in all we do and these certifications attest to that commitment", says Hal Pontez, President and CEO of HPI. "Safe guarding the environment while providing the highest quality products and services are also priorities in our business. I applaud the leadership of our U.K. offices for obtaining these important certifications for the benefit of our employees and customers alike."

    About HPI, LLC

    HPI (www.hpi-llc.com) remains a technological leader in turbine solutions including retrofit control, mechanical inspection/overhaul, turnkey engineering, procurement, and construction of power plants. HPI provides unique solutions to meet specific customer requirements, utilizing in-house talent experienced in project management, engineering, and design, while improving overall plant reliability and safety. Founded in 2002, many of the engineers and managers of HPI received their start in the industry from their work at Hawker Siddeley Dynamics Engineering. HPI has expanded its capabilities from stand-alone turbomachinery control to complete balance of plant systems. In 2007, HPI expanded its Mechanical Group to offer non-destructive testing and mechanical turbine field services offerings including Major Repair and Overhaul of gas and steam turbines, which enables the company to offer a full lifecycle of services, from initial FEED studies to on-going maintenance of systems in the field.

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