n 2016, PROXA was named the winner of the Frost & Sullivan Enabling Technology Leadership Award for water and wastewater treatment. This year, the company’s efforts have recognised once again and PROXA has been named the global winner of the 2017 Frost & Sullivan Award for Visionary Innovation Leadership. This accolade is in acknowledgment of the work that this forward-thinking team of water treatment specialists have done to become one of the first companies in the world to commercialise eutectic freeze crystallisation technology for industrial use.
PROXA is proud to receive Frost & Sullivan’s 2016 Enabling Technology Leadership Award for water and wastewater treatment.
Elie Sakhat, CEO PROXA, says,” Being recognised by a global firm such as Frost & Sullivan is a great honour indeed. It has cemented our internally held view that by always asking how we can do things differently, we are delivering solutions and technologies that are not only better for our clients, but better for our planet and her people too.”
Frost & Sullivan is a global team of analysts and consultants who are continuously researching a wide range of markets across multiple sectors and geographies. As part of this ongoing research, the firm identifies companies that continually invest in new technologies to deliver a unique and superior customer experience, or invest in technologies that enhance a vast array of applications.
The Federated Employer’s Mutual Assurance Company (RF)(Pty) Limited (FEM) recognises at their annually held Health and Safety awards event policy-holding Companies in the Building and Construction industry who have achieved outstanding Health and Safety records.
Policy-holding companies are sorted within two main Regions; Inland and Coastal and then in a category according to Risk and Company Size. The Companies have to reach and maintain a specific Health and Safety criteria as set by Fem within the category from which the top 3 Companies within each category are being awarded with this prestige award.
Proxa (Pty) Ltd, a Low Risk Medium Employer where awarded 1st place in 2016 and maintained 2nd place in 2017 and 2018 within the Inland Region.
The Integrated Management System (IMS) is based on the principles of the international standard ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 45001, as periodically revised and updated, using a business process management approach to plan its processes and their interactions. The business process development incorporates risk-based thinking and controls.
PROXA operates in a dynamic and complex environment where the requirements for meeting client satisfaction varies between the various sectors, regions and clients. Quality management for PROXA means delivering quality which is consistently conforming to client expectations. This is achieved through being client focused, internal leadership, involvement of our employees and a systems approach to our internal business processes. This entails a combination of quality management approaches namely, quality products, fit for purpose products or value based products and services. Our challenge is to deliver the best solution by maintaining the appropriate level of quality product and service, while focusing on continual improvement, business process efficiencies, innovation and organisational flexibility.
PROXA is ensuring that we stay at the forefront in Quality Management by maintaining the ISO standards.