Deceuninck has added to its ISO (International Organization for Standardisation) accreditations with the addition of ISO 45001, recognising excellence in operational Health and Safety.

Demonstrating a solid framework for the health, safety, productivity and wellbeing of its employees, ISO 45001 accompanies ISO 9001, recognising Deceuninck’s quality in its extrusion and products, and ISO 14001, recognising its environmental pledges, in Deceuninck’s list of ISO achievements.

Darren Woodcock, Operations Director, Deceuninck, said: “We have had the ISO 0001 and ISO 14001 for a while, but we have been putting a lot of hard work into our health and safety on site – it’s one of the most important aspects at Deceuninck, that we vigorously ensure our employees’ safety.

“So we went and attempted to achieve the ISO 45001, and we got it at the first attempt, which was fantastic news.

“We plan to run the three accreditations for the next three years, and then roll them into one accreditation during a week-long audit in 2027.”

Deceuninck’s health and safety achievements are mirrored by their recent environmental achievements; a G22 Sustainability Initiative of the Year Award was followed up by a G23 Marketing Initiative of the Year Award, for its Sustainability Marketing Toolkit.

It has also already lowered the carbon footprint of its operations by 21% compared to its 2021 baseline, in line with its commitment to the Science Based Targets (SBTi) programme, with a headline pledge to cut its operational CO2 emissions (Scope 1&2) by 60%.

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