Our Site Engineer, Gary Scott and Project Manager, Steve Cruwys, recently passed their Institute of Occupational safety and Health (IOSH) Managing Safety course.
This is a five-day intensive course designed to help managers and supervisors to understand their safety and health responsibilities when managing projects.
More than 50% of ISF employees now hold the qualification which demonstrates the company’s commitment to health and safety and a culture of safety awareness and appreciation.
Managing safely includes identifying risk and managing safety for whole projects from the planning stage through the design and installation process.
Derrek Harris, Health and Safety Manager said: “Our commitment to safety is our top priority and we are always looking at ways we can design and manage the process better. We are often appointed to act as the ‘Principle Contractor’ on behalf of our clients under the CDM Regulations, which we see as an important and vital role on the projects we carry out on their behalf.”