Star passes safety audit

By Euan Youdale03 September 2018

The Star Platforms team of directors standing in front of scissor lifts and a vertical boom.

The Star Platforms team of directors standing in front of scissor lifts and a vertical boom.

UK powered access company, Star Platforms, successfully passed its recent SafeHire audit.

Launched in 2016 by the Hire Association Europe and Event Hire Association (HAE & EHA), SafeHire aims to raise the standards across the industry and improve all areas of company operations from Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), quality management, health and safety, environmental management and customer service standards

The SafeHire accreditation sits alongside Star Platforms’ ISO4001 accreditation, as well as the Silver FORS accreditation and CLOCS Standard Star Platforms recently received; supporting the overall company ethos of safety in the workplace.

Ian Mitchell, operations director, commented, “We are delighted to once again announce we have passed our SafeHire audit. Star Platforms are committed to providing the highest level of service to our customers, and this includes them knowing the equipment they hire is not only safe for use but being hired from a company committed to best practice and continually striving for operational and performance improvement.”

 

 

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