Health & Safety

Ashvale Civil Engineering: Your safety continues to be our priority.

The nature of our work means we face a certain level of risk, but you can be sure that each and every project is carried out safely and efficiently.

If the work we undertake isn’t done so with industry-wide rules and regulations in mind, the projects we complete won’t just affect your work and the safety of your team; it will impact the environment, too.

It’s why we take our health and safety commitment extremely seriously, providing an efficient, swift, smooth service that doesn’t just meet your expectations but puts safety at the forefront.

Strict, In-house Standards

Alongside the necessary industry-wide regulations our team holds, we also adhere to the strict standards set by our own company. With an in-house training policy which is regularly reviewed by key personnel, Ashvale Civil Engineering also ensures each member of staff holds the required qualifications to carry out work on behalf of our clients.

Staying abreast of the latest industry developments, we provide intensive staff training to ready our team to take on complex residential and commercial projects.

Committed to our equal opportunities policy, Ashvale is an inclusive workplace which treats its staff fairly.

SMAS Worksafe Contractors

Ashvale Civil Engineering is a trusted SMAS Worksafe contractor and we’re accredited by CHAS, too – the UK’s leading provider of compliance and risk management solutions. The former helps thousands of business demonstrate their health and safety compliance annually, offering unrivalled support and outstanding turnaround times.

CHAS’ award-winning solutions help contractors and clients guarantee supply chain compliance, as well as ensure companies like ours can mitigate risk, while also supporting supply chain management. Setting compliance benchmarks which help drive the construction industry forward, CHAS is one of many accreditations which helps make the world of work a safer place.

You can be sure our reliable team of contractors always carry a CSCS card as well, via the country’s leading skills certification scheme within the construction industry. While holding a CSCS card isn’t a legislative requirement, most major house builders do ask that all workers hold one to carry out necessary works on their premises.

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