17 November 2016
BPIF member Secure & Confidential achieves BPIF Health & Safety Seal of Excellence
Congratulations to Scarborough-based BPIF member Secure & Confidential Documents Ltd, who have received the BPIF Health & Safety Seal of Excellence, we were delighted to present them with their certificate on the 14th November 2016.
Chris Pratt, Production Manager at Secure & Confidential Documents Ltd reflects on the process, “As expected for such a prestigious award the process was fairly intense and the standard required exacting. I am passionate about health and safety in the work place as protecting the team from injury or harm is our key objective, without the team we would have no business. I am proud and delighted that the effort we have put in to this has resulted in the recognition of our health and safety standards with this award.”
Liz Saville, Compliance Coordinator at Secure & Confidential Documents Ltd stated, “From my perspective, it made me feel proud to work for a company that takes Health & Safety seriously and having successfully gained the Seal of Excellence I am thrilled that all the effort we put into it has resulted in such a positive outcome. It has been worth it.”
The BPIF Seal of Excellence in Health & Safety, Human Resource or Environmental management is the next stage on from the well-recognised BPIF healthchecks. It serves as an endorsement of successful companies who strive for excellence and can show their customers, visitors and staff their compliance with our excellence criteria.
Find out more about the BPIF Health & Safety Seal of Excellence: http://www.britishprint.com/membership-services/health-and-safety/hs-seal-of-excellence
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