Coastline Surveys Earns Safety Accreditation

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Tuesday, August 20, 2013
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Coastline Surveys announced it has been awarded ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management System Accreditation to cover their full service provision in the riverine, coastal and offshore sectors.

Coastline Surveys said it is dedicated to maintaining their faultless health and safety record and this comes as a welcome addition to their existing ISO 9001 and OHSAS 18001 accreditations.

Coastline has always recognized the importance of a robust HSEQ policy within the company and has diligently maintained a strict approach to safe practice by all employees at all times in every project, the company said. Coastline asserts that this conscientious approach is paying dividends in new and emerging markets with numerous contract awards for the company from some high profile clients in the renewable sector who consistently demand a strictly documented health and safety culture and recognize the standards that Coastline are achieving .
Despite being one of the very few remaining independent survey companies in the U.K. the company is proving that it can maintain a strong hold in both the geotechnical and geophysical survey markets and deliver on safety and quality at all times.

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