Mainstream Renewable Power today announced that its Offshore Business has been independently certified by Lloyds Register for Quality Assurance (LRQA) for its integrated management system for Safety, Health, Environment and Quality. The certification verifies that Mainstream’s management system meets internationally recognised Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Standards ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001.
The Company, which is currently developing over 7.5GW of offshore wind farms in Scotland, England and Germany, has leveraged over ten years of offshore wind development experience to create its own integrated management system which ensures efficient, timely and safe delivery of large-scale offshore wind farms.
Along with its joint venture partner, the Project and Structured Finance unit of Siemens Financial Services, Mainstream recently installed the first met mast under the Round 3 programme at its huge Hornsea wind farm off the Yorkshire coast.
Andy Kinsella, Chief Executive of Mainstream’s Offshore Business and Chairman of SMart Wind commented: ““We are delighted to be recognised by Lloyds for the high standard of our management system. Organisations which attain ISO and OHSAS standards operate high quality management systems and consistently achieve better results. Safety is one of our core values and the certification underpins our commitment to this as well as supporting our objective of zero harm.”