MMC consultants have experience in working alongside businesses within the construction industry and understand the amount and variety of the work that goes into construction projects. E.g. Managing health and safety risk, maintaining and monitoring performance, security, sustainability and environmental issues.
Health and safety is always a major concern in the construction industry and ISO 45001 is the international standard for Occupational Health & Safety Management. It provides a framework with which to manage the legal and best practise requirements of health and safety in construction, including policy, risk assessment, training and auditing.
Achieving certification will formalise existing health and safety processes and, identify areas which may require improvement. Many of our clients find that ISO 45001 makes it easier to tender for contracts and win new business as it makes the importance of and, commitment to, health and safety clear to all interested parties.
Contact us to find out how we can help with ISO 45001 in your construction business.
The ISO 9001 standard is designed to apply to almost any product or service, requiring the organisation to consider the planning and delivery to the customer.
Achieving ISO 9001 certification can help implement systems and policies that streamline processes and deliver efficiency-based savings.
Building Information Modelling (BIM) means that contractors of all types and size will need to demonstrate, as a minimum requirement of pre-qualification, the capability to work in a BIM environment. ISO 9001 can contribute to a (BIM) Level 2 Accreditation. Because they both relate to quality management, achieving ISO 9001 certification will take out much of the hard work involved in achieving BIM Level 2.
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14001 is an internationally recognised standard for environmental management and it is designed to apply to every type of organisation and is focused on identifying and reducing environmental impact.
ISO 14001:2015 is crucial in the construction industry, as it guides companies to reduce waste and investigate the most efficient resource channels. Resulting in reduced costs and, overall improved customer trust and environmental impact.
Achieving ISO 14001 can demonstrate green credentials, reduce costs, overheads and wastage, improve business reputation, ensure legislative awareness and compliance and finally help to win more business.
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