Automated temperature and task monitoring business, Monika, has been recognised for its commitment to achieving an excellent standard of health and safety practice with an accreditation from health and safety assessment scheme, SafeContractor.
Joining over 275 of the county’s prominent businesses and FTSE 100 companies, including national high street chains, international travel providers and public sector firms, Monika has exceeded the benchmark needed to comply with the accreditation.
With a team of engineers spanning the country, Monika works closely with customers to install and commission their automated systems.
The SafeContractor endorsement is said to demonstrate the firm’s commitment to safe working practice at all times.
When presenting this valued accreditation, John Kinge, technical director of SafeContractor said: “More companies need to understand the importance of adopting good risk management in the way that Monika has done.
“The firm’s high standard has set an example which hopefully will be followed by other companies within the sector.”
Loraine Gamble, client relations director at Monika added: “Having gained over two decades of knowledge and experience in a range of different market sectors, we are extremely aware of the importance of safe working and the need to adhere to the legislation around health and safety, both for our staff and our customers.
“Having completed a rigorous audit of our company, we are delighted to have received the SafeContractor accreditation which truly demonstrates Monika’s ongoing assurance of safe practice at all times.”