In business as usual at Mai-Wel Enterprises, the timber manufacturing team took on their regular audit requirements for the AWPCS certification on Thursday.

AWPCS stands for the Australian Wood Packaging Scheme which is set by the Australian Government Department of Agriculture, Water and Environment with an aim to lessen the risk of unprocessed raw wood introducing and spreading pests and diseases through international trade. For Mai-Wel Enterprises to continue to provide export quality pallets and crates to customers, the AWPCS certification is an absolute must.

To date, the team has a 100% compliance rating with the AWPCS, reiterating just how hard the timber manufacturing team work to provide high quality products to their customers.

Thursday’s auditor, Connie from international accreditation registrar DNV GL, said she is always impressed by the clear processes and understanding that Mai-Wel Enterprises have for the AWPCS standards.

She also commented on the high standard of COVID prevention practices in place that were communicated with her before attending the Mai-Wel Enterprises site. To minimise her time on site and with staff, Connie completed the non-essential audit processes remotely before attending for the essential physical inspections.

Congratulations to the team for another success AWPCS audit!

Pictured above: Mai-Wel Enterprises Team Leader, Darren, completes the audit inspections with Connie, DNV GL auditor. The audit was the 27th that Darren has been involved in since 2005.