Manning Construction Limited regard good health and safety as the cornerstone of a successful business. It is of the utmost importance to us that we care for the safety, health and well-being of our employees and everyone who interfaces with our business activities.
Manning Construction strive to encourage safe working practices within the workplace by internal and external auditing of our sites, communication, training education and most importantly a constant review system of our safety policies and procedures.
Leadership and management are vital for good safety and so a key focus, has again, been appropriate safety training for Managers at all levels. All Directors and Senior Managers have attended the CITB 5 day Site Management Course.
Site specific training is given to the workforce to enable them to undertake all aspects of their day to day working activities.
Manning Construction are working toward ensuring all operatives are trained to the Construction Skills Certification Scheme and have trained operatives to nationally recognised schemes such as:
We are fully committed to achieving desired quality standards in all aspects of every project. Our Quality System is accredited to ISO 9001/2015 assuring the client of an efficient and cost effective way of working.
Quality at Manning
Manning Construction Ltd has a vision to be synonymous with professionalism and innovation, together with faultless and safe project delivery in every operational area. We are fully committed to the principles of quality assurance and recognise the necessity for the involvement, and co-operation of all our employees in achieving quality in our service.
We have introduced, and maintain a quality management system (QMS) using ISO 9001:2015 as the framework within which to implement, evaluate and improve the quality of our service.
The scope of our QMS is documented as “Construction: Design and build, including: civil engineering, building contracting, construction design management (CDM).”
Manning Construction Ltd recognise our responsibilities for the environment and are committed to working towards minimising the environmental impacts of our organisational activities.
We have introduced and maintain an environmental management system (EMS) using ISO 14001:2015 as the framework within which to implement, evaluate and improve our
The scope of our EMS is documented as “Construction: Design and build, including: civil engineering, building contracting, construction design management (CDM).”
To meet our environmental goals, we have set the following seven high-level objectives:
1. Top Management shall take accountability for the effectiveness of the EMS.
2. We shall proactively fulfil our compliance obligations through protecting the environment and preventing pollution. In part, we will achieve this by will complying with
relevant environmental legislation and endeavouring to stay ahead of proposed legislation by implementing the best industry practice wherever this is practical.
3. We will work towards improvement in our environmental performance by the conservation of energy and natural resources, preventing pollution, the reduction, and
where possible, the elimination of emissions, nuisances and waste.
4. Our strategy is, wherever practicable to follow the EU Waste Framework Directive (Directive 2008/98/EC) five step process for dealing with waste; Prevention, Reuse,
Recycle, Recovery, and Disposal.
5. Demonstrate continual improvement by the setting and monitoring of realistic environmental objectives and targets at suitable levels within our organisation.
6. In all of these areas, management will take the lead in providing the commitment and focus to empower our employees to make the maximum contribution to improving
7. We will provide the relevant information, training and resources necessary to enable all employees whose work has a potential environmental impact to make the maximum
contribution to achieving business objectives and targets.