Chubb Systems Achieves New International Health and Safety Standard

ISO45001-1
ISO45001-1

One of first to qualify for the distinction

Chubb Systems has achieved the ISO 45001, a new global standard for occupational health and safety (H&S), designed to increase safety, prevent work-related injuries and improve employee health and well-being at work. After an extensive audit conducted by Alcumus ISOQAR, which is governed by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service, Chubb received official certification. Chubb, a leading provider of security and fire-safety solutions, is a part of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX).

To qualify for the standard, Chubb Systems worked extensively to improve all areas of H&S, including updating its management systems, culture and behaviours, and focusing on the physical health and well-being of its people.

Graeme Heanan, managing director at Chubb Systems, said employee and customer safety is the business’ number one priority: “We have a world-class health and safety record, and meeting the ISO 45001 demonstrates our company’s commitment to proactive risk prevention, innovation and continual improvement – enabling us to grow as a business.”

This accreditation further recognises Chubb Systems’ ability, as a leading security systems integrator in critical national infrastructure sectors, to safely deliver leading-edge technology solutions in high-risk environments. 

Nichola Maher, EH&S manager, Chubb Systems, said implementing ISO 45001 has been challenging, but extremely worthwhile: “We must never become complacent about safety and the environment or lose sight of ensuring our customers safety.” 

For more information, visit www.chubbsystems.co.uk.

Chubb ISO45001

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