Accreditations are vital to the Raeburn Drilling Group. They continue to drive and support our quality, health & safety and environmental strategies, ensuring we remain at the forefront of the drilling industry and set very high standards.
Enhancing health and safety performance using a certified system maximises optimal safety performance, competence and promotes positive behaviours.
Although there is no legal requirement for a certificated safety management system, a formal approach is often adopted by organisations across a range of industries.
The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 (and the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations act 1999) defines the legal requirements for organisations to protect workers’ health, safety and welfare and carry out risk assessments of processes and procedures.
The overarching goal is to drive continual improvement.
When implemented correctly, certificated safety management systems enable key decision-makers to create organisational strategies, reduce procedural conflict and risk, and improve worker safety and overall safety culture.
The integration of certified safety management systems with other management systems (such as ISO 9001 and 14001) means a less labour-intensive management process. This process promotes efficiency and supports performance targets and objectives to ensure a high quality, sustainable and safe working environment.