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Highways Division recommended for ISO 44001

9th October 2018

Our Highways Division have been recommended for Collaborative Working accreditation ISO 44001.

We announced in August that our East Midlands Asset Delivery (EMAD) Alliance had received ISO 44001 accreditation for Collaborative Working. The EMAD Alliance comprises 23 partner organisations from across the asset delivery model, including nmcn (formerly known as North Midland Construction), who collaborate to make sure our major roads are dependable, durable and safe.

This Alliance model is the first of its kind, and we are excited to announce that our Highways Business Unit is to be the first member of the EMAD Alliance to progress through a formal audit by BSI, and therefore have been recommended for its own accreditation to the ISO 44001 standard.

This is a great achievement and recognises the imaginative way in which our people demonstrate true collaboration to deliver against Highways England’s key imperatives of safety, customer service, delivering efficiently and supporting its people. In addition, the Alliance has identified pioneering ways to deliver innovation and added value to road users, supported by all partners and our extended supply chain.

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August 2018

Collaborative Working Accreditation with Highways England

We are also pleased to announce that our East Midlands Asset Delivery (EMAD) Community has also been recommended for ISO 44001.The EMAD Alliance comprises 23 partner organisations from across the asset delivery model, including nmcn’s Highway Business Unit , who collaborate to make sure our major roads are dependable, durable and safe.

This is an industry-leading, innovative approach to collaboration in that the Initiating Partner is the Alliance, led by a steering group from within the EMAD Community, with key participation from nmcn.

The auditors were impressed with the imaginative way in which the Alliance members demonstrated true collaboration to deliver against Highways England’s key imperatives of safety, customer service, delivering efficiently and supporting its people. In addition, the Alliance has identified pioneering ways to deliver innovation and added value to road users, supported by partners and the extended supply chain.

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nmcn recommended for new ISO 44001 to supersede BS 11000

We are delighted to announce that on week commencing 13 August, our independent assessment body LRQA (Lloyd’s Register) has recommended nmcn for a new certification to ISO 44001, the international standard for Collaborative Working. This will supersede the BS 11000 standard, which was previously held by the business.

Key Benefits of ISO 44001

This certification can enhance our business performance, reduce costs through collaborative business relationships, improves innovation and much more!

A big thank you to the Central Services, Operational and Supply Chain teams who have supported us throughout this process.

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