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Health and safety translation service – get it right the first time with accurate translations
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Translating occupational safety documents demands the utmost expertise and experience. The primary objective is to present safety-related instructions to all users and company employees in a clear, concise manner to help prevent accidents. Our combined in-house talent for translation, project management, IT and design has grown and evolved from 25 years of experience meeting the high expectations of corporate clients from around the world.
As an international translations provider certified to DIN ISO 9001:2015 and DIN ISO 17100:2015 standards, EVS Translations works according to well-defined processes and workflows producing safety data sheets, policies, training documents, and a level of customer service that is difficult to match. Contact us today and we’ll deliver exactly what you need.
When we met a leading international health & safety organisation at the end of its tether…
Having attended a high-profile and international industry event with campaign materials which were way below par, we went to EVS Translations feeling a bit exasperated with translation providers. But we met with the team and felt that the calibre of their clientele and portfolio of work was a good indicator of the kind of translation they produce. When we sent across our materials they set straight to work and delivered to the T, exactly what we had been looking for. Accurate content that did our organisation’s name and the work that we do justice, presented in a professional format. It was English into 23 languages and we had a very tight deadline on the campaign, but EVS delivered on their word. Thanks guys.
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