With many on-site projects currently postponed, NLT has adapted its focus whilst in lockdown to ensure we are fitter than ever for business when we return.
Having time available has given us the opportunity to prepare and undergo training, so that we are primed with greater knowledge and improved operations that will underpin our work with both existing and new customers moving forward.
As with many businesses, we have used the time to reassess our business plans and adjust strategies. Alongside this, we wanted there to be something concrete to show for our time in lockdown.
Our efforts over the past two months will add to our professional accreditations and strengthen staff skills, ensuring we’re offering the best service possible to existing clients whilst also giving us more leverage when tendering for new contracts.
One of the priorities has been to complete our firm’s ISO 9001 accreditation, an internationally recognised certificate that demonstrates our commitment to quality management.
To achieve this, we have refined our practices and procedures to establish ways of continually monitoring and managing quality across our business and identify areas for improvement.
By implementing the principles of ISO 9001 in our business, we offer assurance to customers that they will receive consistent, good-quality products and services.
We have also attained a leading accreditation with CHAS, the Contractors’ Health and Safety Assessment Scheme.
CHAS is the foremost authority on UK compliance for contractors working in the construction industry. The endorsement demonstrates our company’s compliance in a variety of disciplines including health and safety and risk management and environmental responsibility. You can read more about this here.
Our engineers and office staff have also undertaken e-learning courses from home and we’re confident this additional training will bolster our reputation for excellence as our work projects resume.
We’re excited about the future and raring to go as soon as lockdown restrictions are lifted.Posted on 7th May 2020