The GGF is delighted to announce that one of the Federation’s Founder Members, Holdens-SupaSeal, has successfully achieved Bronze Level 2 in the newly formatted GGF GLASS Charter Merit Scheme.
At June’s GGF Midlands Regional meeting in Solihull, Regional Chairman Dr Bernard Lowe awarded the GLASS Charter Certificate to Holdens-SupaSeal.
Holdens-SupaSeal was audited in April 2018 and was successful in meeting the standards required to attain Bronze Level 2. During the audit, it was clear that a fair amount of self-examination had taken place, which evidentially resulted in a considered approach to applying Health and Safety Regulation to the business.
The business leaders are committed to a sustainable program improvement, Ron Benson, Holden’s Health and Safety Manager commented, “It was a pleasure to be awarded with The GLASS Charter at Bronze Level 2 that followed a high standard process. This a great process as it does not matter what level you achieve first time round because the guidance and information is there to help you achieve a higher level, which we aim to do.”
The GLASS Charter Merit Scheme is a framework that GGF Members can access to validate their progression on improved safety standards. This seeks to recognise the commitment of the business, leadership and the inclusion of the workforce in safety excellence. Since its relaunch in 2016, Member companies from across the spectrum have submitted themselves to a no cost audit. The merit scheme is open to all GGF Members, no matter the size.
The GGF is pleased to confer the status of Bronze Level 2 to Holdens-SupaSeal in recognition of what they have achieved. Phil Pinnington, GGF Director of Health and Safety, added, “Holdens-SupaSeal’s acknowledgement of good Health and Safety is a credit to their commitment. Ron has successfully engaged with the workforce to get them involved in safety management.”