Safety first and always is foremost in our thinking and part of our guiding principles. We continue to develop our safety management programmes to ensure that we are leaders in the management of safety and health in our industry. We are committed to providing safe and healthy work environments for all and our Safety First approach includes everyone around us, in everything we do and wherever we impact.
We have an internal Safety First Programme in place. This observation and training programme has achieved unprecedented levels of participation.
We are active participants in CIF’s Safety Week, and perform weekly Tool Box Talks that highlight safety on the worksite.
The development of our Commitment boards and key seasonal campaigns including our Christmas Advent Calendar ensure that we keep safety to the fore of everything we do and give ownership and accountability to our teams for their own safety and the safety of others.
Safety First is our first guiding principle and is always foremost in our thinking. For everyone around us, in everything we do and wherever we impact.
Our uncompromising commitment to providing a safe, healthy, and secure work environment has been recognised with multiple awards including a RoSPA Order of Distinction for 4 years consecutively, this is awarded to companies that win a RoSPA Gold Award for 15 consecutive years. We have received various awards recognising our position as safety leaders in a variety of sectors and services in Ireland, the UK, and internationally. This includes winning the RoSPA Health and Safety award for the past 18 years in a row.
Safety T Cert
Ardmac are proud to announce that our commitment to safety and excellence in workplace practices has been recognised with the award of “Grade A” in Safe T Cert.
Safe-T-Cert is a certification scheme designed for certifying the Safety Management Systems of contractors working in the construction industry. The Scheme’s objective improves health and safety management by providing objective standards and certifying those contractors whose safety management systems have been assessed, and can demonstrate that they:
– Are aligned with the ILO guidelines for Safety Management Systems
– Meet the basic requirements for training and competence
– Implement an occupational health and safety management system which meets the requirements of the organisation – incorporating continual improvement.
– Address relevant national legislation
– Demonstrates commitment at all levels in the organisation