Premier Marinas has announced that following the culmination of a three year monitoring programme of its marinas, a final audit of its flagship Swanwick Marina, as well as a review of its overall marina group processes, they have been awarded with recertification of ISO 14001:2015 for a further three years.
An internationally recognised standard for running effective environmental management systems, this award is affirmation of Premier Marinas’ hard work in maintaining a programme of routines that promote and practise environmental sustainability, and that as an organisation it continues to invest in initiatives that can positively impact the environment.
“The reaccreditation confirms Premier Marinas stance towards the ongoing impacts faced by the industry,” said Premier’s new EHS Manager, Peter Wortley. “The audit team concluded that we fulfilled the tough standards, and our management system continues to enable us to proactively monitor and improve our working environment. We have always undertaken our environmental obligations seriously as an organisation and this recertification shows our dedication to consistently deliver safe and high-quality solutions in the marina industry, and in a manner that importantly protects the environment.”
Peter Wortley joined Premier Marinas last year, bringing a wealth of relatable experience to the role. Peter has worked in the maritime industry, both abroad and in the UK within commercial and military sectors, during a career spanning 35 years. He is committed to upholding standards established by Premier Marinas towards health, safety and the environment, providing a safe and healthy environment for employees and customers alike.