Exhibit 3Sixty retains ESSA Accredited Status
Andy Pearce, director of Exhibit 3Sixty, said, “We are committed to everything for which the ESSA Accredited status stands, to retain our accreditation is both gratifying and exemplifies that our health and safety processes are of the standard required. We remain one of only around twenty ESSA members that have been accredited and we are proud to be one of the first to retain our accreditation.”
ESSA Accredited is an annual, company-level, Health & Safety qualification that is independently audited. It provides demonstrable proof that a member company is operating at the required level to meet agreed industry standards, including its management systems. For companies involved in construction, it additionally assessed against stage one requirements of assessing competence under CDM 2015.
“We were one of the first companies in ESSA membership to achieve accredited status,” added co-director, Alan Craner, “we want to show organisers and exhibitors alike that we take our responsibilities seriously. There are plans to extend the accreditation into areas beyond health and safety and we will embrace these as well.”