Airedale passes health and safety test with flying colours


Bradford-based Airedale Catering Equipment has successfully passed an assessment against the Construction Design and Management regulations (CDM) Core Criteria (Stage 1).

The test was carried out by a Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP) accredited assessment provider, Altius. SSIP promotes mutual recognition between health and safety assessment providers and is backed by the Health and Safety Executive.

Airedale is now certified as providing high quality full architectural and interior design services; category A and B office refurbishment; retail and commercial fit-out, refurbishment and construction; joinery; commercial kitchen turnkey project sub contracting; asset management; stainless steel fabrication; full project management services; and supply and installation of commercial kitchen equipment, across the whole of the UK.

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The equipment supply and installation certification relates to cooking appliances; extraction canopies, ducting and fans; laundry and dry cleaning machinery; bottle coolers; freezers; fridges; ice machines; and furniture.

Airedale was established in 1986 and since then has installed over 10,000 commercial kitchens. It operates from four regional offices and is capable of taking on projects from a £5k cafe fit-out to million pound full design and builds.

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