Aligned with excellence in the industry

At Westbury FM, we take construction industry certification and accreditation seriously. Our adherence to recognised standards sets us apart, as do our standards of excellence and taking opportunities for constant improvement.

Demonstrates our commitment to health and safety and that our paperwork and processes are up to date and compliant with relevant legislation.

A pre-qualification for many tender processes, our accreditation means we are an authority and trusted advisor for health and safety compliance.

ISO 9001 -
Internationally recognised for our standards in quality management, covering the seven principles of: engagement of people, customer focus, leadership, process approach, improvement, evidence-based decision-making and relationship management.

ISO 45001-
We have achieved the international standard for health and safety at work developed by the national and international standards committees, relating to proactively improved occupational health and safety performance, safe and healthy workplaces and prevention of work-related injury and ill health.

ISO 14001 -
Our certification means our business complies with the international agreed standards for an environmental management system and environmental management performance, including efficient use of resources, reduction of waste and the competitive advantage and trust of stakeholders though such standards of compliance.

Assured Facilitiesline vendor
Our accreditation demonstrates assurance to new, existing and prospective clients that we are an approved supplier, completing tailored assessments, compliance audits, performance monitoring and competency management.

As a NICEIC approved contractor, we are assessed to the highest standard, on a regular basis, to ensure we are competent and capable of meeting the relevant technical and safety standards for a wide range of electrical services including installation, maintenance, testing and inspection.

“Our operatives are trained and certificated to exceed required levels of Health and Safety training.”
Glen Relf, Senior Contracts Manager