Conveyor Networks achieves SAFEContractor status

Cheshire based factory and logistics automation company Conveyor Networks has achieved SAFEcontractor status which recognises the company’s high standards of health and safety practices. The accreditation involves businesses undergoing a rigorous assessment process to review and audit their health and safety procedures, quality processes and environmental management, as well as examining their track record for safe practice on and off site. Contractors who achieve the status are included on a database which allows potential and existing clients to vet them and ensure their procedures are of the highest quality.

David Carroll, Managing Director of Conveyor Networks said, “It is a real achievement for us to gain SAFEcontractor status. Often only large organisations achieve it but as a small company it is testament to the focus we have on ensuring we have rigorous and effective health and safety procedures in place.  The nature of our work, designing and installing complex automated conveyor systems which help to make our clients more efficient, means health and safety as well as quality has to be heart of all we do. We hope that the accreditation means our current as well as future clients will be reassured that they are in safe hands.”