Acacia Win at NISO Awards 2020

by | Feb 5, 2021 | Health & Safety

Although 2020 was overall an incredibly challenging year, Acacia is delighted to announce that we have, for the second consecutive year, been awarded a NISO Business Category Award for Best in Facilities Management & Services.  We are also delighted to have been awarded a Consistent High Achiever Award for the fifth successive year.

Consistently winning these prestigious awards is due to the contribution of our team of experienced health and safety advisors and the practical implementation of our high standards by our wider teams. This award reflects how we implement these high standards internally, including the management of health & safety across our range of Client sites.

Participating and winning these awards acknowledges that Acacia is consistently achieving a high standard of health and safety. We are immensely proud of our work in this area as we make the health and safety of our employees, suppliers and clients a priority. Moreover, the difficulties of the last 12 months have served to reinforce the fact that health and safety is an essential part of great facilities management.


Participating in the NISO awards has become a useful way for Acacia to audit our health & safety management systems. It has also given us a clear benchmark within the industry, showing that we are a top performing company for Health & Safety within our industry. Furthermore, it allows us to demonstrate the importance with which we treat health and safety in our organisation.

Looking forward to 2021, we will continue to implement the highest standards in health and safety for our employees, suppliers and clients.

You can view the entire ceremony here


Acacia Team
Acacia Team

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