Francis Giles Puno (2nd from left), First Gen president, receives the certificate from AJA Registrars’ Paul Bagatsing (center). Witnessing the event are (l-r) Renato Castillo, SVP and concurrent chief risk officer; Luis Aningat, quality, environment, safety and health (QESH) senior manager; and Margarita Pambid, QESH Management System senior specialistFirst Gen Corporation earned once again a recertification from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), the world’s largest developer and publisher of international standards based in Geneva, Switzerland.
The ISO, through its accredited certifying body Anglo Japanese American Registrars Inc. (AJA Registrars), renewed First Gen’s certificate of registration for compliance with ISO’s Quality Management System (QMS) (ISO 9001:2008).
Before earning the recertification, First Gen underwent a rigorous recertification audit conducted by AJA Registrars. During the audit, AJA Registrars found no nonconformance issues in First Gen’s QMS—a feat that reflects First Gen’s commitment to business excellence in operating its power plant assets.
Since it received its initial ISO certification in 2003, First Gen has consistently passed all subsequent ISO recertification audits. (Photos/Story by: Joel Gaborni)