CLM Receives ISO 45001 Accreditation

Health and Safety in the workplace is undoubtedly one of the most important parts of running a successful business. The people that we work with are like family, and we want to make sure that they are protected by all means. That’s why we are so proud to announce that CLM has achieved ISO 45001 Accreditation for our second year having just gone through the re-audit process.

But what does this actually mean?

ISO 45001 is an international standard that provides guidelines for implementing an effective occupational health and safety (OH&S) management system. It is designed to help organizations of all sizes and industries to manage their OH&S risks and improve the well-being of their employees. Achieving ISO 45001 accreditation is a significant accomplishment for any organization.

This accreditation ensures that CLM is compliant with not only what is legally required of the company, but standards that are above and beyond what is expected of us at an international standard. This is essential in ensuring that we have both improved safety performance and increased productivity as a whole.

General Manager of Operations Kirsty Knowles is stoked to have achieved the accreditation

“We have worked really hard to imbed the systems and processes required to be compliant with the accreditation and make our facilities safe for staff and visitors alike. We have created a culture based around safety.”

With a safety-based culture, it is evident that CLM is constantly levelling-up its processes at both a day-to-day and big picture level. From health and safety systems, such as accident reporting, recording and investigation, hazards and risks, compliance with relevant legislation, hazardous substances, as well as staff training and qualifications, there’s no doubt that the value of Whakawhanake tonu (continuous improvement) runs deep through the company’s veins.

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