Thomas Greaves (QHSE Manager) said “We are proud to achieve ISO 45001 certification.Stanton Bonna is committed to building a zero accident culture by ensuring a continual emphasis on controlling and eliminating risks in the workplace, and this certification demonstrates our commitment to ensuring our staff’s continued wellbeing and continually improving our health and safety management system.”
ISO 45001 was launched last year as a new international standard, replacing OHSAS 18001, and sets out a structure to
help organisations improve employee safety, reduce workplace risks and create better, safer working conditions.
Stanton Bonna have many initiatives to support staff health and safety engagement including ongoing training, the NMHA (Near Miss Hazard Alert Scheme) and the annual Safety Event for all staff and contractors.
This commitment to health and safety is not just confined to inside the company and we work with customers to develop offloading and handling equipment to ensure safer installation of Stanton Bonna products. This has been recognised within the industry with many prestigious awards.
Photo: Chris Taylor (Quality Control Technician, Stanton Bonna) receiving his award for Outstanding Contribution to Health and Safety at the British Precast Best Practice Award 2019. Chris won this for his latest development of the Gully Grab for offloading without the need for workers on a trailer.
Stanton Bonna is part of the Consolis Group, Europe’s largest precast concrete producer, and is widely recognised as a leading UK manufacturer of concrete Drainage Systems, Pressure Systems, Railway Products and Specialist Precast solutions.
The company manufactures for the water, highways, rail, housing, telecom and power sectors of the construction industry.