Automated temperature and task monitoring business, Monika, has been accredited by SafeContractor for its commitment to achieving a consistently high standard of health and safety practice.
The company joins more than 275 prominent businesses and FTSE 100 companies in belonging to one of the UK’s fastest growing health and safety assessment schemes.
With the increasing burden of health and safety legislation and regulation on service providers, the SafeContractor accreditation stands as a reassurance of competence and reliability for customers, according to Monika.
Its team of engineers are based around the country and work closely with customers to install and commission their automated systems. The SafeContractor endorsement demonstrates the firm’s commitment to safe working practice at all times.
John Kinge, technical director of SafeContractor, said: “More companies need to understand the importance of adopting good risk management in the way that Monika has done. The firm’s high standard has set an example which hopefully will be followed by other companies within the sector.”
Loraine Gamble, client relations director at Monika, says the company is extremely aware of the importance of safe working and the need to adhere to the legislation around health and safety.
“Having completed a rigorous audit of our company, we are delighted to have received the SafeContractor accreditation which truly demonstrates Monika’s ongoing assurance of safe practice at all times,” she said.