TES have successfully been accredited to ISO 45001 standard following a transition period from OHSAS 18001 certification. By successfully completing the recent audit TES have become one of the first companies in our industry to achieve the new ISO 45001 certification.
The new international Occupational Health and Safety standard has been developed in order to reduce 2.78 million work-related deaths, 374 million non-fatal work related injuries, including illnesses each year and will;
- Bring continual improvement into the heart of TES;
- Increase involvement of the leadership team;
- Introduce risk and opportunity management;
- Help TES become a more consistent competitor in the marketplace;
- Provide better Quality, Environmental & H&S management systems (Which in turn assists TES in meeting, presenting & identifying future client needs);
- Increase efficiency that will save time, money and resources;
- Improve operational performance that will cut errors and drive continuous improvement;
- Motivate, engage and involve TES staff with more efficient internal processes;
- Improve our service to clients;
- Broaden business opportunities by demonstrating compliance.
In addition to the ISO 45001 certification TES also have in place ISO 9001:2015 Quality and ISO 14001:2015 Environmental certification to make up the companies Integrated Management System. This undergoes a yearly, comprehensive external audit, with the last audit being carried out by NQA at the end of June 2019. The TES systems were once again given the stamp of approval, with no non-conformances or negative trends identified.
Commenting on the successful transition to the new ISO 45001 standard TES SHEQ Manager John Crossan said “health, safety and wellbeing is our number one priority, adopting the new ISO standard early ensures that we can continue to achieve our goal of continual improvement as we strive to be the best we can be, as an organisation.”