A SAFETY consultancy has helped an electrical services firm land vital new contracts.
Bradley-based Safety Management and Monitoring Services came to the rescue when Coretech Electrical Services Ltd discovered it didn’t meet the compliancy needed to grow and develop its business.
The company failed its Contractors’ Health and Safety Scheme assessment – leaving it unable to tender for work due to not meeting the buyer’s health and safety standards.
Ready to tender for work and with a deadline of two weeks to submit a business pitch, the firm called in SM&MS to turn things around.
Craig Brooker, managing director of Brockholes-based Coretech Electrical Services, said: “We found ourselves in an unexpected position.
“We had a track record of working with public and private sector buyer organisations and had no reason to think we weren’t job ready.”
SM&MS, turned the firm’s health and safety processes around in a matter of weeks, enabling Coretech to become CHAS approved and giving the company a working health and safety policy on a par with a company employing thousands of people.
SM&MS director Richard Edwards said: “Coretech Electrical Services weren’t in the wrong, they just needed to demonstrate they were compliant and document what they were doing.”