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Crewit Resourcing was recently awarded multiple ISO certifications in recognition of their management systems.
The company management systems that we have in place were audited against a range of criteria by Alcumus ISOQAR, a respected UKAS accredited certification body. As a result, we have been awarded three certifications in demonstration of exceeding the guidelines, including ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 45001.
“Achieving our ISO Standards in not 1, but 3 different categories demonstrates our commitment to going above and beyond for quality and detail. Our clients, candidates and team members can be confident that we are keeping ourselves to a high-standard and that our compliance operation is world-class.”
– Gary O’Keeffe, Chief Executive Officer.
Our management system was tested against a range of criteria, leading to the awarding of certification in three standards:
ISO 9001: 2015 – Quality Management System. Proving our commitment to quality in everything that we do.
ISO 14001: 2015 – Environmental Management. Proving our commitment to the environment and a better world for the future in everything that we do.
ISO 45001: 2018 – Occupational Health and Safety. Proving our commitment to our candidates and team members’ safety in everything that we do.
The Auditor from Alcumus ISOQAR had this to say:
“A positive outcome, with no non-conformances raised or significant issues or concerns identified. The Management System has been effectively implemented and discussions confirmed understanding, co mmitment & implementation by the Senior Management. The company’s approach to its Management System provides an overall framework for development of the system, compliance with requirements and process for continuous improvement.”
ISO standards are an agreed set of criteria internationally agreed upon by experts. Managed and governed by the International Standards Organisation, certification against these criteria can be achieved by business globally, providing that they meet the standard’s criteria. These standards can be for a range of activities, such as delivering service, caring for the environment or managing people’s data.
For more information on the International Standards Organisation and the standards can be found here.
To find out more about the accreditations and quality levels that we hold ourselves accountable to, reach out to one of our industry experts. They’ll demonstrate how our Managed Recruitment Service can ensure your projects are resourced effectively while remaining compliant.
Safe Pass is a programme in Ireland designed to improve and standardize the health and safety of construction sites in Ireland. It comprises of a one-day safety awareness course that is mandatory for most on-site construction workers.
The programme is managed by the state agency SOLAS and delivered by approved tutors across Ireland. Requiring the certificate on construction sites does not exempt the employer from any health and safety responsibilities, instead aims to regulate a baseline standard for awareness.
Safe Pass is mandatory on construction site in Ireland for roles such as Craft Workers, General Construction Workers, Drivers and Security Staff. Alongside qualified workers, it also applies to Apprentices, Trainees and Students that are on the site.
More detail on who requires the certificate to work can be found here.
Safe Pass courses take place regularly across Ireland. You will need to find an approved tutor and book your course through them. The typical cost for this is between €150-200 depending on the training provider. You can find an approved tutor at constructioncourses.ie
Safe Pass qualification expires every 4 years and will need to be renewed by attending another training course. You will then be issued a new card.
Replacement cards cost €32 and can be obtained via the SOLAS website.
Your training will last a day and comprise of the following units:
Once you’ve completed the training, the provider will upload results onto the SOLAS system and the card will be issued to them.
From specific crafts through to apprentice roles, being a holder opens the doors to a variety of on-site construction roles in Ireland. We have outlined some of the common ones below:
Requirements: Safe Pass, Manual Handling, Some experience as a cleaner.
Duties: Handover cleaning including carpets, furniture, windows. The final clean before the client hands over the site.
Average Salary: €12ph
Open Jobs: Safe Pass Cleaner Jobs in Ireland
Requirements: Safe Pass, Manual Handling, 1-2 years experience on a construction site.
Duties: Assisting trades and other experienced workers on-site to complete tasks, cleaning work areas, moving materials etc. This is a good route for general operatives to move up the ladder and become a skilled labourer or learn a trade.
Average Salary: €14-15ph
Open Jobs: General Operative Jobs in Ireland
Requirements: Safe Pass, Manual Handling, CSCS Tele Operative Ticket
Duties: Driving a telehandler plant machine whilst assisting all sub-contractors and trades personnel on-site by providing them with all relevant materials to complete their contracts. Offloading delivery trucks, moving materials onto loading bays, assisting site cleanup, moving heavier materials around the site for certain contractors to perform duties.
Average Salary: €17-20ph
Open Jobs: Teleporter Jobs in Ireland
Alongside Manual Handling, having this certificate is one of the most sought-after certificates that you can take in Irish construction. Taking a the course is essential to working on-site, so we would recommend it as a good first step to a career in construction. Once you have earned yours, why not apply for one of the many Safe Pass roles in Ireland that we have available?
You can see our Safe Pass jobs by clicking here.
If you can’t see one that matches your skillset, quick register with us and we’ll reach out if we have any suitable for you: crewitresourcing.com/quick-register
Would having on-site nurses check over workers help your sites be operational during the COVID-19 outbreak? Do you want confidence that your sites are sanitised effectively?
We’re seeing a demand for specialist sanitisation and ancillary teams alongside registered nurses to help implement new control measures. We’ve created a range of solutions to enable your business to remain safe to work in and remain operational.
Supplying small/large teams of specialist sanitisation staff on-demand to keep your site clean (with/without PTS or CSCS certifications).
Registered nurses available for on-site health checks can be supplied for your current team, or with a quality team of staff.
On-site training for your team on how to keep themselves and your work site protected, delivered by registered nurses.
To help your site stay safe, prepared and operational, get in touch now crewitresourcing.com/contact-us
As the UK and Ireland react to the new illness COVID-19 caused by Coronavirus, businesses and organisations are publishing measures that they are putting in place to protect their workforce and sustain their businesses.
We would like to reassure you that Crewit Resourcing is taking the situation seriously, and have been monitoring the situation for some time. Alongside our clients, we are putting in place measures to keep our workers safe and projects operational.
We’d like to make all candidates and clients aware of the following precautions we are taking. These include:
We are reminding workers to be aware of the NHS advice for avoiding catching and spreading coronavirus. This includes:
Our Crewit Resourcing UK and Crewit Resourcing Ireland teams will be working from home for the foreseeable future; however, our phone lines will remain open as usual.
Crewit Resourcing is committed to building quality teams. Teams that react positively to unexpected challenges. Teams that remain resilient during difficult times. Teams that return stronger than before. Together with our clients, workers and stakeholders, we are a team that
If you need to reach us, you can call us +44 203 368 8531 (UK) +353 1 90 20 688 (IRE), or via our contact us page.
Managing Director, Crewit Resourcing
3rd Floor Belmont,
Belmont Road, Uxbridge,
Middlesex, UB8 1HE
Tel: +44 20 3368 8531
3015 Lake Drive,
City West Business Campus,
Dublin 24, Ireland
Tel: +353 1 90 20 688
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