Health and Safety

Aston Group are committed to ensuring safe working practises and continue to uphold the highest accreditations for ourselves and our sub contractors

Building Services

Aston Group adopts a transformative approach to health and safety and our ISO 45001, 9001 and 14001 allow us to evidence a real commitment to continued improvement of our management systems. This is where significant technological investment has been made in harnessing complaint by design mechanisms that allow operability, traceability, transparency and accountability as an implicit way of working.

Aston Group are members of CHAS, SafeContractor, NICEIC, GAS Safe, BAFE and MCS and staff training is reviewed at key stages within the year to ensure that mandatory training is kept up to date and that task specific requirements are reviewed fluidly as and when required. Aston Group have UKATA accredited asbestos aware workforce and select personnel who are Category B Trained.

Our state-of-the-art contractor pre-qualification management system allows us to ensure that we only use contractors that are approved and on the approved contractor list whilst being in proportion to the SSIP core criteria. This management system also acts as a springboard for ongoing review of contractor performance, updating of critical information checkpoints to ensure continued compliance.

Aston Group's bespoke management system also allows the company to retain compliance information following completion of works to ensure that critical information and data is recorded accurately and to allow a real commitment to encompassing the requirements of the golden thread.

Mental Wellbeing

Aston Group have invested in an award-winning employee assistance programme for all its staff which is promoted regularly within the business.

In addition to this, Aston Group have a Mental Health and Wellbeing initiative which is led by our in-house Health and Safety Manager who is a trained Mental Health Ambassador, working towards certified mental health practitioner status.

Our current initiative involves open discussions, questions, polls and supporting information and presentations all designed to break stigmas around the subject. Helping to build trust, drive quality, have respect both internally and externally and deliver together whilst maintaining our health and wellbeing and underpinning this with proactive mechanisms to support our staff.