Ryebridge are proud to be accredited to OHSAS 18001:2007 Occupational Health and Safety Management System.

By making health and safety a priority we continue to play our part in improving workplaces for our employees, clients, partners and the public.

We concentrate on basic issues which, together with a strong focus on health and safety leadership, result in regular reductions in both our Accident Frequency Rates (AFR) and Accident Incident Rates (AIR).

We provide information and training to enable our employees to develop and maintain essential Health and Safety skills and also to encourage the growth of a positive Health and Safety culture.

We are committed to ensuring all our site managers and supervisors hold either the Construction Skills Site Managers or Site Supervisors Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS or SSSTS) certificate or a recognised equivalent qualification, and we are working towards this target.

Ryebridge Ltd have gained CHAS accreditation which is a nationally recognised accreditation scheme. This helps demonstrate to clients a level of compliance with health and safety law in terms of competence as well as enabling compliance with the health and safety elements of the construction industry.

Ryebridge Ltd is also a member of the British Safety Council which will help in meeting legislation and raising health, safety and environmental standards.

In 2017 Ryebridge was awarded its fifth Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (ROSPA) award It scooped gold for its work at London Luton Airport.

Ryebridge Director Daniel Coyle said: “Health and safety is at the heart of all we do and to be recognised for our commitment to excellence is a proud moment.”

Julia Small, RoSPA’s head of awards and events, said: “The RoSPA Awards are the most prestigious in the world of occupational health and safety, and held in high regard around the world, as winning one demonstrates an organisation’s commitment to maintaining an excellent health and safety record. Achieving the standard required is no mean feat.”