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Insurance Department get ahead of the competition in training

Asbestos Training

(Left to right) With their UKATA certificates Tom Potter, Steve Richardson, Rob Aston and Phil Vasalo

A total of 24 staff, managers and surveyors, within the Insurance Department have successfully completed a UKATA accredited asbestos course, which focused on both awareness and sampling. This bespoke course was delivered by industry leader Eddie Strong and his team from Ferncroft Environmental. Head of Insurance, Louisa Sharpe, commented:

A fabulous course, tailored to our requirements, it’s given my team fantastic knowledge of the regulations and requirements when working with potential asbestos.

Gelder Group has always shown a strong commitment to health and safety, and this further demonstrates our proactive approach to ensuring the safety of both our employees and our customers.

Gelder Group attain SafeHire Certificate

SafeHire Certification Logo

Gelder Group attain SafeHire Certification.

Gelder Group has recently been audited by The Hire Association Europe to gain SafeHire accreditation. To gain the accreditation, we had to show evidence that we operate to very high standards in Health & Safety, procedures and processes, and maintain equipment to a high standard. We are very pleased to announce that after three months of hard work by the whole team, we achieved the SafeHire standard on our very first auditor visit.

The auditor commented:

I wished all of my audits were as good as this.

Congratulations to everybody involved. Our commitment to being the best means we are constantly looking to improve with memberships and accreditations from the industry leading bodies. If you would like to know more about our accreditations, please get in touch.

ISO Success for Major Contracts

ISO Success for Major Contracts

ISO Success for Major Contracts.

Major Contracts has again passed a successful ISO 9001:2008 (Quality Management), 14001:2004 (Environmental Management) and OHSAS 18001:2007 (Health and Safety) audit. The 2 day audit put Sleaford Fire Station through its paces as well as the Operations Team.

Although it was successful there is always room for improvement, so from June 2017 we start the transitional preparation into ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 ready for the January 2018 audit. In addition to the Quality and Environmental Management System, we wait for the long anticipated Health and Safety (OHSAS 18001) standard to finally become an ISO accredited system.

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