Safe in the knowledge with new ISO 45001 accreditation

We are delighted to say that Mackenzie Construction has achieved an upgraded accreditation from the British Standards Institution (BSI) from OHSAS 18001 to ISO 45001. This is an excellent start to 2019 and is testament to their ongoing commitment to continuous improvement and Health and Safety.

Mackenzie Construction is delighted to have attained BSI certification to the Health and Safety standard (ISO 45001:2018) following a stringent and focused process over the last 12 months to complete all required assessment criteria.

This is a certification to say that the business operates an Occupational Health and Safety Management System, which complies with the requirements of ISO 45001 for construction of civil works, industrial and commercial buildings, including refurbishment and structural repairs.

Health & Safety Environmental and Quality Manager, Scott Harvey, said,

“It is hugely important to keep striving for better to ensure we keep improving our business in an effort to stay one step ahead of a highly competitive industry. The achievement of this accreditation highlights our continued focus on safety as our number one priority.”

Andy Dalrymple, Managing Director of Mackenzie Construction, added,

“We are absolutely delighted to have obtained ISO 45001:2018. Achieving such high standards in Occupational Health and Safety is critical to the success and continued development of our business and to be one of the first organisations in our Industry to achieve this is an incredibly proud moment for our team. This new standard engages the workforce in all aspects of Health and Safety and we are delighted to be working to this standard across everything that we deliver for the business and for our clients.”