BAC FM collaborates with British Safety Council

Company will work closely with the British Safety Council to improve health and safety across its operations

The handover of the BSC's official membership certificate.
The handover of the BSC's official membership certificate.

BAC FM, the facility management arm of the Bahrain Airport Company (BAC), has announced its affiliation with the British Safety Council.

The association will grant BAC FM access to a number of resources made available by the British-based health, safety and environmental organisation. This includes training programs, the implementation of benchmarking and support tools, as well as the development of an internal framework needed to support a safety management system.

The British Safety Council’s official membership certificate was presented to Mohamed Yousif Al Binfalah, chairman of BAC FM.

Ather Ahmed Osmani, manager QHSE at BAC FM, said: "Health, safety and environmental (HSE) matters are a top priority in our industry and forms a significant component of our day to day operations.

“BAC FM is continuously seeking new and innovative ways to stay ahead of global HSE developments and keep staff informed and updated. Membership to the British Safety Council is a further step in strengthening our HSE processes and enables us to benchmark our safety performance against global standards and practices.”

BAC FM is an integrated facility management provider tasked with servicing Bahrain International Airport, among other clients, with a host of FM and engineering services.


 

 

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