Quality & Environment

Health & Safety, Quality & Environment

Office Fit Out

Worksmart Contracts Ltd, like our other Worksmart Group Companies, recognise and embrace the importance of Health & Safety requirements along with Quality, Environmental and Community Benefits. Worksmart have structured policies and training plans for all of these which we are constantly working on and developing to better ourselves as individuals and as a leading company in Office Fit Out and Office Refurbishment.

Health & Safety

Every Team member is qualified to the required levels in the required fields and we ensure that our Partnering Sub Contractors and Suppliers in our Supply Chain are also qualified and have the appropriate certifications. All our Team are CSCS, SSSTS, SMSTS, IOSH, IPAF, PASMA, First Aid, accredited along with several CITB accredited Training in Asbestos awareness, Manual handling, Working at Height, and many more and are active members in the Ayrshire Training Group which is Construction Skills backed. Endeavouring at all times to avoid accidents occurring and their working in Accident Prevention.

Environmental Statement

Worksmart Contracts Limited is passionate about reducing any negative impact our activities have on the environment. We have therefore implemented the following objectives and initiatives.

We have a simple three point initiative which is implemented at all of our sites:

  • Reduce the production of waste materials – encouraging energy efficiency.
  • Re-use and increase the use of products containing recycled materials.
  • Recycle – reducing volume of waste to landfill.

All of our products which we install can, upon reaching the end of their useful life be dismantled allowing the aluminium, glass, steel, plastic, timber and insulation materials to be recovered from site and entered in to the relevant recycling programme.

Quality Statement

WorkSmart Contracts Limited has a strong commitment to quality.

Our commitment to continuous improvement through our Quality System is monitored and is fundamental to our delivering complete customer satisfaction.

Stephen Neilson, Director, is tasked with implementing, developing and monitoring customer satisfaction throughout the organisation including:

  • Defining the required quality standard
  • Putting in place processes and procedures to consistently deliver our services to that standard
  • On going measurement to confirm the required standard is being met
  • Early corrective action if the standard has been compromised

On a regular basis our policies, procedures, risk assessments, internal/external audited results, corrective and preventative and supervisory procedures are reviewed by the senior management team and used to generate improvements which meet our customer service standards.