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SECOM is re-accredited by Safecontractor

SECOM is re-accredited by Safecontractor

SECOM have been proudly recognised and re-accredited by Safecontractor in April 2013 for their commitment to achieving excellence in health and safety. Safecontractor is a market leading independent accreditation scheme which recognises high standards in health and safety management amongst UK contractors.

SECOM’s application for the Safecontractor accreditation was driven by their Quality Service Provider (QSP) work ethos and being approved recently by the scheme continues to support their dedication and commitment to QSP and their aim to become one of the highest Quality Solutions Provider within the UK. SECOM recognises the importance of adopting industry best practise in health and safety including risk management for their staff and customers. SECOM invest in regular training for their staff in order to meet customer expectations and to ensure their services are executed to a safe and professional standard.

Paul Palmer, Compliance Manager (MIIRSM) for SECOM says: “Being awarded this accreditation shows potential customers and project partners that we have been assessed by a trusted independent third party and they do not have to take the time to assess us for health and safety themselves. They can be safe in the knowledge that we work to a high industry standard in not only health and safety with Safecontractor but in Quality of Service too which is backed up by our NSI accreditation.”

Tony Lynch, SECOM National Accounts Sales Executive adds:

“If we do not meet the Safecontractor requirements and are not approved by the scheme we will simply not get past the tender process. Safecontractor supports our tender submissions and ensures we are successful with winning the latest contracts and demonstrates to our customers we are serious on health and safety and shows our company safety polices are externally audited and approved”.

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