Hardstaff Barriers | ISO 45001 Accreditation cements Hardstaff safety culture
Hardstaff Barriers have achieved ISO 45001 as their commitment to safety gets a rubber stamp with a gold standard accreditation.
Already successful with ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001 and Construction Line Level 3 – Gold it can’t be denied that safety is at the heart of the company as Hardstaff now proudly announce ISO 45001.
ISO 45001 aims to help prevent injury and ill health, cut work-related fatalities and proactively improve occupational health and safety performance in businesses and other organisations worldwide.
It also requires top management to be actively involved with Health and Safety. It is the direct replacement for OSHAS 18001 and is greater aligned with other ISO standards.
It says that Hardstaff is continually striving to meet and exceed international expectations for not only its workforce but all that can be affected by its activities, with involvement from top level management through to the operatives at the front of the business activities.
It supports ISO14001:2015 (Environmental standard) ISO 9001:2015 (Quality Standard) and the NHSS2B/5B (National Highways Sector Scheme 2B and 5B Particular requirements for the application of ISO 9001:2015 for VEHICLE RESTRAINT SYSTEMS)
Hardstaff have also passed ISO9001:2015 and NHSS2B/5B and will have their new certificates shortly.
Nick Wills of Hardstaff Barriers told us:
“Achieving this accreditation is a testament to the team and culture at Hardstaff and we are always looking to be safety leaders.”