Two decades of Health and Safety excellence
Good Health and Safety practice is vital for the welfare of our employees and the confidence of our clients, whilst robust working practices lead to increased efficiency to ensure projects are delivered on time and within budget.
Our work can uncover potential hazards on a daily basis. To ensure we continue to provide a safe working environment and lead the way in Health and Safety Management, Cotswold Archaeology:
- Provides detailed induction and regular training to all staff
- Ensures clear communication with all stakeholders before, during and after project completion
- Retains the services of internal and external Health and Safety Practitioners who carry out regular site audits
- Is assessed and accredited by recognised industry standards regulators to ensure continuous improvement. This includes certification to the ISO 45001 standard
RIDDOR: Cotswold Archaeology has had no fatal injuries, reportable ill-health outbreaks or injuries to the public over the course of its history (full RIDDOR statistics are available on request.)