The ISO 45001:2018 standard - which is globally recognised - is used to demonstrate that a company has a robust occupational health and safety management system in place. The latest version of the framework is a clear differentiator for businesses who have significantly enhanced their safety and health programs, reduced workplace injuries and illnesses, and dramatically improved employee productivity and standards of work.
ISO 45001 places a great emphasis on business leadership participation but also requires worker involvement in the decision-making and evaluation processes. Additionally, the standard requires businesses to consider safety risks that impact “other interested parties,” such as contractors, vendors, suppliers, passers-by, neighbours, and other members of the public.
By successfully achieving this standard, Tensor has once again demonstrated its “best of breed” status and commitment to a corporate culture of increasing productivity, enhancing product quality, and elevating company recognition and reputation among customers and the community.
Ashley Smith, Chief Executive of Tensor, said, “This fantastic achievement places Tensor in the highest regard globally and makes everyone at Tensor proud of our Health & Safety status,” and, concluding, he added, “A big ‘Well done,’ to everyone at Tensor!”