East Yorkshire holiday home manufacturer Victory Leisure Homes has successfully achieved recertification against one of the world’s most recognised health and safety management standards.
Awarded by the industry-leading British Standards Institution (BSI), ISO:45001:2018 Occupational Health and Safety Management certification demonstrates Victory’s ongoing dedication to providing the safest workplace possible for its staff with the aim of preventing work-related ill-health and injury.
Victory Leisure Homes first secured the certification in 2018 and was one of the first British companies to achieve the coveted ISO:45001 status. The recertification confirms that Victory has been able to maintain these exacting standards over the past three years.
Gary Corlyon, managing director of Victory Leisure Homes, said:
“Health and safety is a top priority here at Victory; there’s not just one person responsible, but multiple people across the business who all play a crucial part in maintaining the team’s safety.
“Being able to secure this recertification is another way in which Victory is leading the way for our workforce. We know that placing an emphasis on keeping our team safe and healthy frees them up to perform at their best, and it’s our customers that benefit in turn. It’s this sort of detail that stands us apart in creating the very best in holiday homes and lodges in the UK.”
ISO 45001:2018 tackles a global need to improve the occupational health and safety of people working in organisations, enabling them to provide safe and healthy working conditions that proactively improve performance.
BSI’s mission is to share best practices in helping people and organisations make excellence a habit.
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