St. Modwen’s continuous commitment to the highest levels of health and safety has been recognised with the achievement of the ISO 45001 standard for Health and Safety management across all three business units.
As the world’s first International Standard dealing with health and safety at work, ISO 45001 offers a single, clear framework for organisations wishing to improve their occupational health and safety performance. Directed at the operations of an organisation, the award aims to provide a safe and healthy workplace for all employees and visitors.
The road to achieving ISO 45001 is the result of three-years dedication to improving systems and procedures, with the final milestone concluding in a 14-day audit of each business unit’s offices, sites and management systems, carried out by a team of external auditors from The British Standards Institution (BSI).
Achieving the standard clearly demonstrates St. Modwen’s commitment to the Health and Safety of everyone involved in or affected by its operations, along with the continuing work to make St. Modwen a safer and healthier place for everyone.
Being awarded ISO 45001 furthers St. Modwen’s achievements and reputation as a business committed to health and safety, having already achieved the coveted RoSPA Gold award across all three business units in 2020.