VMS add Health & Safety certification to their offering
VMS, provider of installation services within the AV, Networking and Security markets, has partnered with 3 Spires Safety Professionals to offer a full Health & Safety offering to its customers.
VMS specialise in the networking, design and maintenance of today’s AV and IP systems and a busy 2016 has seen them working on client projects including Land Rover, Network Rail and TSB.
With all their staff fully qualified in the full spectrum of industry H&S requirements, VMS managing director Mark Thomas sees the partnership as a great opportunity for both parties.
“We are thrilled to be able to announce this deal with 3 Spires Safety. Health & Safety is a premium consideration for all businesses and this partnership allows us to add a full H&S assessment, consultation and certification offering to our range of services.”
“We know from our decades of on-site experience how important it is for clients to have Health & Safety certification after installation projects, so this partnership brings the two services naturally together.”
3 Spires safety professionals have a proven history in providing Health & Safety services to some of the world’s largest companies, including Nestle, Siemens and EDF Energy.
Their range of safety services includes formulating and delivering custom solutions such as audits, project HSE plans, HSE performance assessments, consulting, incident investigations, emergency response plans and more to help businesses stay legally compliant, as well as keeping workers safe and healthy.
3 Spires managing director, Josh Payne, said:
“We are exceptionally excited about this joint venture with VMS because firstly I believe H&S falls hand-in-hand with Security and secondly VMS have a recognized stature as subject matter experts in delivering temporary and permanent security products. This relationship now allows 3Spires safety to resolve security concerns with consummate ease.”
“Theft in and around commercial construction sites and wind farms has become increasingly problematic and troublesome with organized gangs targeting turbines / cabling / plant machinery and heavy duty generators. Having VMS on board will go a long way to alleviating security concerns for clients directly associated with 3Spires.”