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Exception EMS, a leading UK based contract electronics manufacturing solutions provider has received the BS OHSAS 18001:2007 Occupational Health Safety Assessment accreditation after successfully passing a recent audit. The accreditation provides a robust framework for an occupational health and safety management system, and has helped the organisation put in place the policies, procedures and controls needed for the business to control its health and safety risks for both employees and visitors to its building.
Peter Mantay, QESH Manager at Exception EMS commented, "In our industry it's important that we comply to all relevant health and safety regulations in maintaining safety in our workplace. The accreditation has been three years in the making, and health and safety is now an integral part of every employee's daily activity within the company. As a business we are now aligned to internationally recognised health and safety management best practice. We believe strongly in the value of maintaining a healthy and safe working environment, and this accreditation solidifies that belief."
Mark O'Connor, Exception CEO said, "We are committed to ensuring that our facility is a safe place to work for both visitors and our employees, and this standard ensures we follow a best practice approach to achieving that. It also means we are committed to both legal and regulatory compliance, and our customers benefit from that. It also ensures we have the most up time as possible in our business, which is essential to both our customers and ourselves."
About Exception EMS
The company is headquartered in Calne in the UK. It has been on a continuous path of investment to satisfy the needs of the worldwide electronics industry. The CEM business, both in the UK and via its international partners has an electronics manufacturing heritage stretching back over 60 years. Exception EMS serves customers across a variety of sectors including aerospace and defence, transport, oil and gas, automotive, communication architecture, medical, marine, semiconductor, and renewable energy.