Health, Safety, Environment, Quality and Sustainability are foundation stones for the development of Yonfer and the serious commitment of Yonfer to its employees, its investors, its customers and to the society as a whole. This commitment has been integrated in all its business sections, from resources, production processes, to products and services.

Yonfer has been certified according to international certification programs, and established effective procedures to implement the requirement of these programs to ensure the realization of Health, Safety, Environment, Quality and Sustainability.

The Certifications Include The Following

    Quality Management Certification System

    Yonfer was first been awarded ISO 9001 certification in 2001. Quality System Certification ISO 9001: 2015 which certifies the addressing of all business processes to improve effectiveness and efficiency of the organization, guarantee product quality as well as customer satisfaction.

    Environmental Management Certification System

    Environmental certification ISO 14001: 2015, the international standard that certifies a management system that monitors the environmental impact of its activities, searching for a systematic improvement in a coherent, effective and sustainable way, so as to meet the environmental protection requirement.

    Occupational Health and Safety Management System

    Certification to OHSAS 18001:2007 introduces a systematic approach to occupational health and safety, assessing workplace hazards, implementing preventative measures as part of day-to-day operations, and finally making the company demonstrate compliance with applicable occupational health and safety laws.

    Level One System Status for bulk in-ship fertilizer

    Level One System Status for Bulk In-ship Fertilizer is, after a strict and thorough site visit and assessment, awarded by the Agricultural and Water Resources Department of Australian government. This demonstrates that the facility of Yichang New Yangfeng Fertilizer Co., Ltd., has been assessed as meeting the requirements for Level One system status as set out in the department’s Imported Inorganic Bulk Cargo Fertilizer Assessment and Management Policy. This ensures that the fertilizer product from the above said facility can be exported to Australian market.