Secure I.T. Environments, one of the UK’s leading design and build companies for modular and containerised Data Centres and Data Centre refurbishment, has achieved the latest ISO 45001:2018 standard for Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) Management Systems. This replaces the ISO 18001 standard, which becomes obsolete in November 2020, and affirms that Secure I.T. Environments provides a safe and healthy workplace for its employees by preventing work-related injuries and ill-health, while at the same time continually and proactively improving its OH&S performance.
Customers throughout the private and public sector ask Secure I.T. Environments to deliver some of the most demanding and mission-critical Data Centre projects because of the company’s reputation and long-standing commitment to meeting and surpassing the requirements for the latest standards.
Secure I.T. Environments also meets ISO 14001:2015 and BS EN ISO 9001:2015 for Environmental Management Systems and Quality Management Systems respectively.
“We are one of the first companies in our area of specialism to achieve ISO 45001:2018,” said Chris Wellfair, projects director at Secure I.T. Environments. “The safety of our staff, the sites we work at and the general public are of paramount importance to us. This new accreditation, along with our existing ISO standards, means that customers can have absolute confidence in the way their projects will be approached and managed from beginning to end.”
The company offers what it describes as a ‘Total Solutions Package’ to the private, healthcare, education and Government sectors, as well as co-hosting companies in the UK and offshore, by way of design, implementation and installation management services for projects from small stand-alone computer rooms through to large-scale public sector contracts and co-hosting locations. All rooms are designed to meet the latest test standards, now regarded as the benchmark standard for modular rooms being installed throughout the UK and Europe.