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Certification Europe rebrands as Amtivo FAQs

We have provided below further information to help Certification Europe clients to understand more about the changes and how the rebrand will affect them and their business.  

No, the legal structure of Amtivo Group with regard to Certification Europe has not changed. As part of the rebranding programme, the company name has been changed to Amtivo (Ireland) Limited.

Bringing our two Ireland brands together, Certification Europe and EQA, allows for access to a wider range of ISO standards and Security certifications, including: 

ISO standards:

  • ISO 9001 – Quality Management System
  • ISO 14001 – Environmental Management System
  • ISO 45001 – Occupational Health and Safety
  • ISO 50001 – Energy Management System
  • ISO 13485 – Medical Devices
  • ISO 27001 – Information Security
  • ISO 27017 – Cloud Data Protection
  • ISO 27018 – Protection of Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
  • ISO 20000-1 – IT Service Management Systems
  • ISO 22301 – Business Continuity Management

 

Security certifications:

  • Cyber Essentials – Amtivo Ireland
  • Access Control
  • Alarm Receiving Centres
  • CCTV Receiving Centre
  • CCTV
  • Door Supervision
  • Event Security
  • Intruder Alarm
  • Locksmiths
  • Private Investigators
  • Manned Guarding

Our training portfolio includes a variety of courses that can be completed at your own pace, as well as in-person and remote trainer-led courses. These include a broad spectrum of ISO standards, covering implementation, auditing, and awareness. Additionally, we provide selected IOSH-approved health & safety courses, ensuring a comprehensive learning experience.

You will receive access to your new Amtivo branded eCertificate shortly after the 22nd July. Your current Certification Europe certificate will remain valid until its current expiry date unless it is updated before then. 

We will try to assign you with the same auditor you have previously worked with. This will depend on certification rules and the availability of auditors.