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BSI certify CONWAY AECOM

The British Standards Institution (BSI) has awarded certification to CONWAY AECOM in respect of three key management system standards:

  • Quality Management Systems BS EN ISO 9001:2008
  • Environmental Management Systems BS EN ISO 14001:2004
  • Health and Safety Management Systems BS OHSAS 18001:2007
  • The triple certification demonstrates that CONWAY AECOM have in place robust processes and procedures that meet International, European and British Standards, promote internal efficiencies and make working practices more effective. These systems promote and enforce sustainable business improvement in respect of Quality, Safety and Environmental management.

    The processes and procedures used by CONWAY AECOM were subjected to intense audit throughout March and April 2013 and the outcome endorses the Integrated Management System (IMS), which was developed and implemented for the joint venture. These systems have been built upon the well-proven practices of the parent companies FM Conway and AECOM.

    Dave Conway, Quality & Environmental Manager: “This is a fantastic achievement for the new business. The certificates confirm the commitment of all those involved in the creation, development and mobilisation of the joint venture, as well as the ongoing efforts and successes of the early weeks of the LoHAC North West contract.”

    Next Steps

    The Quality and Environmental team are working to ensure that CONWAY AECOM implement the best safety standards to ensure the protection of both staff and the travelling public. Our current Road Traffic Safety Management System is currently being reviewed with the support of BSI to ensure absolute resilience.

    CONWAY AECOM is also keen to improve collaborative working between client and supplier, this is fundamental to communication, profile and success. The team has developed a template core system to identify clear roles and responsibilities as well as methods to sharing knowledge and resources to meet agreed objectives which is the initial step required to address Collaborative Business Relationships BS11000.

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