London-based utilities contractor, Falco Construction, has successfully transitioned to the new International Standard for health and safety management systems ISO 45001.

Following an audit of our integrated health, safety, quality and environmental management system in July 2019 the migration from the previous standard, OHSAS 18001, was confirmed along with recertification against the quality and environmental standards ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 respectively.

“Our working environment often involves multiple health & safety risks from confined spaces to working adjacent to traffic and live services among others,” said Falco’s Director responsible for Health, Safety & the Environment, Terry McHugh, “Having a robust, independently audited system that manages these risks is a core commitment of the company and a pre-requisite to allow us to operate in this sector. Our accreditation against ISO 45001 provides the independent verification that there is positive engagement at every level within our business towards managing health & safety risk giving the reassurance our clients need.”

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