Maxiflow score highly on Bentley Motors’ safety league table

Maxiflow High Scorers On Bentley Motors Health and Safety Table

Maxiflow are honoured to have received a top Health & Safety commendation from Bentley Motors!

For over a year, we at Maxiflow have been working in close partnership with Bentley. We have delivered a wide variety of building works at Bentley’s manufacturing facilities in Crewe, from major projects such as providing electrical cabling, drainage services and car park refurbishments to smaller projects such as window re-glazing and erecting signage.

This week, members of Bentley’s Construction Safety, Environmental & CDM (Construction Design Management) teams presented a Health & Safety Briefing to their contractors from across the United Kingdom. Almost 100 companies were involved in the presentation, which outlined results from a recent HSE Audit.

The presentation emphasised the importance of effective H&S practice by ranking the performance of contractors who have worked for Bentley in 2012. The ranking criteria gave precendece to contractors who had suffered no accidents, no H&S infractions and had reached full compliance from bodies such as CHAS and SAFEcontractor.

Maxiflow High Up On Bentley Motors Health and Safety League Table

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We at Maxiflow are delighted to reveal that we were named one of Bentley Motors’ top-performing contractors for 2012!

Achieving a quality score of 100%, Maxiflow scored highly for an outstanding track record which featured no accidents and no infractions. We were also commended for our RAMS (Risk Assessment Methods Statements) meeting Bentley’s exacting standards on each and every job.

Many of the companies featured on the league table are large-scale national companies that serve the entirety of the UK. We are extremely proud that our family-run local business was able to perform at such a high level and prove our worth alongside our contemporaries.

We would like to thank Bentley Motors for producing this presentation and report.

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