7th September 2020
Stanlow Terminals achieves ISO 45001 accreditation
We are pleased to announce that our Health and Safety Management system has been accredited to the International Standard ISO 45001 following a thorough audit process conducted by DNV GL.
The award follows an independent assessment evaluating the effectiveness of our HSE management systems. The accreditation acknowledges our continued commitment at Stanlow Terminals to employee safety, reducing workplace risks and providing a safe working environment.
Lee Deponeo, HSSE Manager at Stanlow Terminals, commented: “Health and safety is at the core of everything we do at Stanlow Terminals. Operating in a high hazard environment and as a new business we are proud to have delivered on our objective to achieve this accreditation and demonstrate the highest standards of safety leadership”.
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