Yorwaste, a WASTE management and recycling company has recently been recognized with regard to its health and safety overall performance just after getting a nationally acknowledged award.

The company was based in Northallerton, North Yorkshire, which has recently been honored accreditation coming from Safecontractor with regard to its dedication to accomplishing fineness in health and safety.

It comes after vetting procedures which analyzed Yorwaste’s health and safety management programs and its track document pertaining to safe practice.

Companies which get in touch with the common are integrated on a national database which usually can be looked at by organizations fresh new tendering possibilities, as well as insurers reading company legal responsibility guidelines.

According to Peter Frankish, Yorwaste’s Health, Safety and Environmental Quality Manager:

“The accreditation enhances our ability to attract new contracts as most of the organizations we work with are looking for evidence of robust health and safety risk management procedures being in place.

“Given the nature of our business, we have a duty of care to our employees, sub-contractors and the public to ensure all the sites managed across the region are operating to the very highest standards of health and safety, so we are delighted to receive this accreditation.”

Technical director of Safecontractor John Kinge said:

“More companies need to understand the importance of adopting good risk management in the way that Yorwaste has done.

“The firm’s high standard has set an example which hopefully will be followed by other companies within the sector.”