Sidey is pleased to announce that it has achieved ISO 45001:2008 certification for the manufacture and installation of windows, doors and conservatories using PVCu and aluminium profiles.
The Occupational Health & Safety Management System ISO 45001:2018 has replaced BS OHSAS 18001 2007 and is an internationally recognised standard for excellence in promoting and protecting the physical and mental health wellbeing of workers.
Steve Hardy, Sidey’s Managing Director of Sales and Marketing comments on the achievement: “Achieving this accreditation shows that we’re a proactive company when it comes to Health & Safety and continual improvement. It also ensures compliance with all current worldwide legislation.
“By fostering and adopting a health and safety culture within the workplace, it boosts staff morale and has also been shown to increase productivity. It also shows a positive transparency to our staff and customers that our manufacturing processes are running as safely and efficiently as possible.
ISO 45001:2018 sets the framework for establishing, implementing and maintaining an occupational health and safety management system, identifying and managing risks and opportunities, as well as a clear and effective path of communication and continual improvement throughout the business.
Steve adds: “We’ve always been heavily committed to having all the latest accreditations as it shows our commitment to attaining and exceeding the highest standards in quality, manufacture and installation of our products. It’s important for us to demonstrate our responsibilities & commitment towards safety not only to our staff but also to our customers across the wide range of projects that we are involved in”.
53 Feus Road,
On 7 January, over 35 GGF Member companies met with the GGF Technical team to discuss the impact of the Government Future Homes Consultation proposals and to finalise the GGF’s response to the Consultation.Posted in Articles, Building Associations & Institutes, Building Industry Events, Building Industry News, Building Products & Structures, Building Regulations & Accreditations, Exhibitions and Conferences, Glass, Glazing, news, Posts, Seminars, Sustainability & Energy Efficiency
FLIR Systems has found the average UK home wastes £363 worth of heat through poor insulation, with nearly half of consumers citing winter energy bills as a major concern.Posted in Articles, Building Industry News, Building Services, Information Technology, Posts, Sustainability & Energy Efficiency, Thermal Imaging and Monitors
Brady Corporation’s new, highly reflective ISO 7010 safety signs greatly increase safety in dark places. The signs reflect twice as much light when lit with a torch or vehicle headlights.Posted in Articles, Building Industry News, Building Regulations & Accreditations, Health & Safety, Innovations & New Products, Security and Fire Protection, Site Preparation
The new FLIR MR277 combines a built-in thermal imager with moisture hygrometer and FLIR multi-spectral dynamic imaging.Posted in Articles, Building Industry News, Building Products & Structures, Damp & Waterproofing, Information Technology, Innovations & New Products, Posts, Research & Materials Testing, Thermal Imaging and Monitors