Acacia Win Prestigious Award for the Third Consecutive Year

by | Oct 2, 2013 | Facilities Management

Acacia Facilities Management are delighted to have once again received a prestigious National Irish Safety Organisation (NISO) Award for excellence in occupational health and safety. This is our third consecutive year of success thanks to the efforts of our Environmental Health & Safety Team.

Lucinda Creighton TD presented the Award to Fergus MacMahon, Operations Director at the 22nd NISO Gala Awards Event in Galway on Friday 4th October 2013.
The NISO Awards are regarded as the most recognised and valued awards of their type, they celebrate the efforts of health and safety professionals and the employers who lead the way in raising the bar for safety in the workplace across Ireland.
“We are delighted to be associated with NISO and in particular to receive such a prestigious award for the third year in succession. Receiving such an award is particularly gratifying as Health & Safety management is our first priority as an organisation” said Joe Fox, Environmental Health and Safety Manager.
David O’Brien, Managing Director added “Health and safety management is a key requirement for any facilities management provider. Our consistent achievement shows we are committed to ensuring that the highest health and safety standards are maintained”.  
Acacia have a dedicated Environmental Health and Safety Department and are accredited to the international standards in Health and Safety (OHSAS 18001:2007), Environmental Management (ISO 14001: 2004) and Quality Management (ISO 9001:2008).

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