ISL Waste Management Named WISHNI Health & Safety Ambassador 2017
ISL Waste, the Belfast based waste management company, is proud to announce that it has been awarded the highly respected title of WISHNI Ambassador, due to its exemplary Health and Safety practices.
The award was presented by the Waste Industry Safety and Health Forum for Northern Ireland at a recent event in Dunsilly Hotel, Antrim. It recognises ISL’s health and safety management activity at its base in Mallusk and remote stations across Northern Ireland.
Now employing over 100 professionals with extensive knowledge of systems, logistics and skills in the waste management sector, Barry Donaghy, Director at ISL commented: “We are delighted to be awarded the title of WISHNI Ambassador 2017.
“ISL is fully committed to Health and Safety. Health and safety is critical to what we do because of the nature of the work we do. We are committed to protecting the health and safety of everyone involved – our employees, clients and anyone else affected by our works.”
“We work proactively with all our clients and staff to implement the highest possible Health and Safety standards on all of our sites and in all of our facilities.”
“This award is a great testament to the continued dedication of the ISL Waste Management team.”
Mr Jim King, Chairman of WISHNI added:
“WISHNI has continued to provide support to the waste industry by developing and sharing good practice across the industry.
“I look forward to seeing our new Ambassadors effect further positive change within the industry and I would support them in their efforts.”
ISL Health and Safety Welfare Officer Renata Deignan concluded: “As a WISHNI Ambassador, ISL will continue to focus on Health and Safety within our business and to promote best practice with both staff and clients. It is our aim to lead by example within the Northern Ireland Waste Industry.”
ISL Waste has enjoyed a period of fast growth in the last four years and was recently named preferred Waste Services Supplier to the Belfast BID city centre district. Because of the group purchasing model, companies within the BID area can save up to 30% on their waste management costs.
Placing emphasis on creating a circular economy, in which resources are kept in use for as long as possible, ISL have helped many major clients achieve zero waste to landfill status, while introducing large savings and efficiencies to their business.
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