EEF Venues’ team has celebrated attaining occupational health and safety management system (OHSMS) 18001 certification across the group’s three AIM Gold accredited venues: Woodland Grange in Leamington Spa, Engineers’ House in Bristol and Broadway House in Westminster.
The internationally recognised hallmark of excellence is designed to promote a safe and healthy working environment. David Vaughton, director of venues for EEF Venues, said the achievement placed EEF Venues in “an elite category of businesses who strive for the very best for their staff and customers through robust health and safety standards”.
“It highlights our culture of health & safety responsibility and that we take a proactive approach, continually seeking improvement to minimise risk and maximise the venue experience for our teams and our delegates,” Vaughton added.
Caption: the EEF Venues team celebrates its ISO18001 success: Front, L-R: Debbie Beecham, restaurant manager, Woodland Grange; David Vaughton and Mike Richards, business development manager from certifying body, LRQA. Middle row: Matthew Parsons, executive chef, Woodland Grange; Caroline Gumble, CEO, EEF, and Matthew Corkan, HR Manager, EEF. Back row: Ian Christie, head of estates and property management, EEF; Ian Chaplin, GM Woodland Grange, and Graham Cowan, QHSE manager, EEF
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