Royal International Pavilion, Llangollen

Health & Safety

Wynne Construction holds health and safety as a core business value and is committed to creating an environment free of incidents and injuries.

As a principal contractor for many years, we have gained invaluable experience managing health and safety and have a commitment to proactively evaluate and implement new methods and systems that ensure the compliance of all our sites with the requirements of BS EN OHSAS 18001.

- Click here for our Health & Safety Policy

Our health and safety ethos, promoted by Chris Wynne, Managing Director, permeates not only the Company, but also our supply chain network thanks to initiatives such as the introduction of an employee called ZAC. ZAC stands for 'Zero Accident Culture' and features in our site Safety Booklets, on safety helmets, posters and other company documentation.

Our health and safety accreditations are testament to our constant aim to minimise risk and deliver high quality performance in relation to health and safety on all our projects. Our accreditations include BS OHSAS 18001:2007 Occupational Health and Safety Management; the RoSPA Gold Medal Award for five consecutive years of achieving the RoSPA Gold Award and CHAS, the Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme.

- Click here for our OHSAS 18001:2007 Certificate

Wynne Construction are a member of the North Wales Working Well Together Group (NW_WWT) which was set up in 2004 to provide help for the local industry. The group involves members from across the industry spectrum and includes representatives from local construction and civil engineering companies, as well as local government, training organisations and suppliers based in North Wales.

RoSPA firmly believes that organisations that demonstrate commitment to continuous improvement in accident and ill health prevention deserve recognition. Wynne Construction has shown that it is committed to striving for such continuous improvement.

David Rawlins, Awards Manager ROSPA

Wynne Construction did an outstanding job with planning the sequencing of work and handling the logistics within tight timescales as well as ensuring the health and safety of all our staff and students. They minimised the impact of working in the live environment and established good communication channels between all the parties involved. The project, which included demolition work and decontamination, was completed without a single reportable accident.

Brian Swindells Grŵp Llandrillo-Menai

2014 has been another productive and successful year for the Working Well Together (WWT) campaign in North Wales. I am writing to thank you for the significant contribution made by your organisation and particularly that of Glyn Hughes.

Paul Harvey Construction Division - Health & Safety Executive

If you need advice or information regarding your latest project, please contact us.