Four members of the Gough & Kelly team have passed rigorous British Standards testing with full marks this week, following an intensive day’s training.
The BS7858 assessment gives recommendations for security screening and running checks on people who will be employed in environments where people’s security and safety is paramount. The assessment also covers periodic checks of existing staff.
Catherine Hamilton, Nathan Appleby, Jade Ogbonson and Kerry Percival all passed the assessment with flying colours. Operations director Ian Crawford says, “Passing the test is one thing; scoring full marks is another and we are very proud of Catherine, Nathan, Jade and Kerry’s achievements.
“Maintaining these high standards within our team means we can continue to make sure that everyone employed by Gough & Kelly not only meets our exacting standards, but also those of British Standards.”Return to the News page