20th December 2021
Stanlow Terminals gain International accreditations
Stanlow Terminals continues to gain International Standard accreditations
In continuance with our strive to offer the highest possible standards, Stanlow Terminals are pleased to announce that our Management Systems has been accredited to the International Standard ISO9001 – Quality Management Systems and ISO14001 Environmental Management Systems 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.
The implementation of an Integrated Management System forms a vital part of our business strategy and ensures Stanlow Terminals continuously improves Health & Safety, Environmental performance and Sustainable growth.
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’re committed to ensuring STL has zero impact on anybody off-site, so we closely monitor the performance of our equipment to ensure we are in compliance with what is expected of us.”
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