Premier Marinas has been awarded ISO 45001:2018 certification; an internationally recognised standard for running effective occupational health and safety management systems.

This award follows Premier’s ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Certification in 2018 and together these awards affirm the group’s dedication to improving its environmental performance whilst managing its health and safety responsibilities.

To gain ISO 45001 2018 certification a comprehensive review and a revision of Premier’s health and safety management system was conducted over a 12 month period; this involved audits at Premier’s Head Office and at all Premier marinas to ensure uniformity of working practices.

Alongside its recently acquired ISO certifications, Premier holds the Gold standard Investors in People accreditation for staff training and development. Premier Marinas sees the Investors in People Award as central to delivering the company’s growth and the success of staff members across its nine marinas.

Pete Bradshaw, CEO said: “We are proud that Premier Marinas has obtained this certification. Whilst ISO 45001 and ISO 14001 are fairly common accreditations in construction and in other industries, we are the first marina group to obtain these quality standards.

“The importance of “how things are done” has been central to Premier’s culture from the very beginning, and this is demonstrated in its approach to its people, health, safety and environmental management. Taking care of the environment, keeping staff and customers safe from injury and creating a great place for people to work is a big part of what makes Premier such a fantastic company.”


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