Strainstall places great emphasis on the importance of health and safety, quality and the environmental impact of its operations.
Our approach to managing health and safety is explained in our top-level QHSE Policy (505KB). This document is used to set objectives across all parts of the business which are regularly reviewed at management meetings.
Industry accreditation's and memberships further underscore our commitment to maintaining consistently high standards.
The British Assessment Bureau and the Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance (LRQA) certify our activities as ISO 9001: 2008 approved. In addition, we incorporate the principles of ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 throughout our operations.
SGS Baseefa certified
Our hazardous-area products provide maximum product versatility. ISO IEC 80079-39 certified by SGS Baseefa, they offer reassurance in potentially explosive atmospheres.
Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) member
As a member of the Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA), we are recognised as achieving the highest technical and safety standards.
Audited and assessed by RISQS (formerly Link-up), we are a recognised supplier to the railway industry and stand for safety and quality.
With specially trained on-site workers possessing appropriate affiliation cards, we are certified as being CSCS committed. “CSCS is the leading certification card scheme for individuals working in the built environment. Holding a CSCS card confirms a site worker has the required qualifications and training to carry out the work for which they are employed on a construction site.”
British Society for Strain Measurement (BSSM) member
Our focus on innovation and development is evidenced by our active participation in BSSM which provides a forum for the exchange of industry information.
Please see www.bssm.org (new window) for further information.
As a well-established, active participant in the global, railway supply industry, we enjoy membership of the Railway Industry Association. This helps us remain at the forefront of technical and commercial developments.
Please see www.riagb.org.uk (new window) for further information.