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AIS Manuplas achieve ‘SafeContractor’ accreditation

AIS Manuplas are delighted to now be SafeContractor accredited following the successful completion of a recent audit.

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AIS Manuplas are delighted to now be SafeContractor accredited following the successful completion of a recent audit.

Jason Hopwood, QHSE manager for AIS Manuplas said: ‘I’m very happy to share the news that we have successfully completed the SafeContractor accreditation process.  This process clearly demonstrates how serious we are at taking our commitment to health & safety, equal opportunities, diversity, and environmental management and have given these areas the attention that they need.  This accreditation means that our suppliers can be confident before they start to work with us, that we have all of the right credentials in place’.

AIS Manuplas went through a rigorous process to ensure that all their current policies and procedures were correct and met the standards required for accreditation.  Once the information was collated, it was submitted by Hopwood to SafeContractor, who reviewed and recently confirmed that the accreditation had been approved, issued, and has now been verified. This means that AIS Manuplas are now visible on the SafeContractor website as SafePQQ verified.  This accreditation covers the marine and leisure business.

Now that the accreditation has been achieved, Hopwood continued “achieving the accreditation is only the start of the process, as we need to work to ensure that we are able to sustain and retain the accreditation each year”.

For more information on SafeContractor visit their website https://www.safecontractor.com/

 

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