SCCI Alphatrack Safety Culture
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Health & Safety

A video about SCCI Alphatrack Safety Culture

At SCCI Alphatrack we believe that Health and Safety is important and our team has grown significantly to ensure that we as a responsible employer ensure that everyone at work must be safe from injury or harm.

To show our commitment to Health and Safety we have appointed Mr Robert Wickings as the Director Responsible for Safety who has completed the IOSH Managing Safety Course, supported by Mr Andy Holland as the Health and Safety Manager who is NEBOSH Diploma Qualified and belongs to various institutions with many years experience in this field.

SCCI Alphatrack belongs to various Health and Safety accreditation bodies including:

  • CHAS
  • EXOR

The Health and Safety Manager is supported by Dennis Watkins, H & S Quality Controller and Rob Poulter, H & S Advisor in the field and office administrators.

We have a leading edge Health & Safety department that assists and advises our operational teams in developing and implementing best practice.

That means not just having sites that operate to the highest safety standards but also implementing a continuous Health & Safety awareness and education programme. This includes all Project Managers attending an IOSH Supervising Safety Course and Senior Management passing a NEBOSH Certification course, this is an ongoing programme that is gaining momentum.

Every employee has a personal training record and takes part in an on-going comprehensive Health & Safety training programme.

All our engineers are First Aid trained.

Our audit systems allows us to make a detailed analysis of both our site-specific and company-wide health and safety performance which allows us to easily identify where improvements may be needed and to help share best practice throughout our group of companies.


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