When it comes to ensuring the highest levels of health and safety for its staff and customers, The Sussex Sign Company has scored top marks.
The Portslade-based company has a long record of providing some of the most innovate and creative signage in the UK and has now been awarded CHAS accreditation for the second year running, which is considered to be the highest accolade in terms of health and safety credentials.
MD, Norman Mayhew, was delighted to report that his business is one of a very few who have achieved the status – on top of Safe Contractor certification – putting The Sussex Sign Company at the top of its game in terms of health and safety.
CHAS (Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme) is rapidly becoming a construction industry award which improves standards across the whole industry.
Founded in 1995, The Sussex Sign Company has grown into one of the most successful sign manufacturing companies in the industry, with a reputation and diverse portfolio to match.
Norman said health and safety is taken very seriously and the business constantly works towards improving their processes and systems wherever they can.
‘We are delighted to gain the CHAS Accredited Contractor Award for another year. It demonstrates our commitment to Health and Safety legislation and because CHAS also focuses on reducing duplication, it helps our suppliers and buyers work with us seamlessly,’ he added.
The Sussex Sign Company also hold SafeContractor accreditation, which further provides assurance that the business has achieved the highest levels of health and safety compliance.
Further details about the award can be obtained from Norman Mayhew at The Sussex Sign Company on 01273 424900