Service and Maintenance Pass Health and Safety Audit with Flying Colours
February 11 2021
The Service and Maintenance Division Of Kershaw is delighted to have passed its most recent Health and Safety Audit with flying colours.
As part of their contract with Harborough District Council, Kershaw is required to undertake an annual Health and Safety Audit to ensure their systems and processes are working as per the councils' legislative requirement.
The idea of the audit is to determine areas of strengths and weaknesses and if required to create an action plan for improvement. In addition to the standard Health and Safety requirements, this years’ audit included elements relating to Covid Implementations.
The Kershaw team are in their sixth year of contract retention with the council but due to current Covid restrictions, for the first time, this years’ audit was undertaken remotely.
Kershaw strives to deliver an outstanding level of health and safety on all of their projects and contracts and operate a third-party approved fully integrated BS OHSAS 18001:2007 Occupational Health & Safety Management System. The system is currently undergoing the transition to the new ISO 45001:2018 standard.
Dan Easom, Contracts Manager, Kershaw Service and Maintenance Division said: “As an organisation, our processes enable the team to monitor, measure and demonstrate our continued commitment to health and safety performance.” He continued “As a result of this consistent pursuit of high quality, we are delighted to have passed our most recent health and safety audit with overwhelmingly positive results. This is a fantastic achievement for the entire team and testament to the incredibly high standards Kershaw holds itself to”
Kershaw Service and Maintenance Division are experts in M&E maintenance and Hard Services facilities management. They deliver Planned and Reactive maintenance solutions and can support any building or organisation across a wide variety of sectors and environments.