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Lloyds British Testing Raising the Bar with Facilities Management in the UK

June 30, 2010

When the UK's foremost facilities management companies want to maintain the highest levels of onsite safety, they invariably call upon the UK's leading Inspection and Training body, Lloyds British.

With an unrivalled reputation for technical excellence and customer service, Lloyds British are continuing to support First Line Service Support Companies through a nationwide branch network of highly skilled and experienced Inspection Technicians and accredited Training Instructors.

ADI and Emcor are some of the organisations that entrust Lloyds British to provide the critical safety management support needed when overseeing multi-site locations on behalf of their client base.

ADI have recently selected Lloyds British Training Services to again provide onsite safety training to cover working at height and lifting and slinging activities at the Cadbury manufacturing locations In Bristol, Birmingham and Hereford.

Based on continuing contract performance, Lloyds British are consistently meeting their customers needs for employee development and work place safety and helping their clients raise the bar in service standards to their end users.

Steve Downing, Director for Lloyds British said, "successful partnerships are based on proven results and our record for supporting the facilities management sector in the UK is unsurpassed, providing crucial cost savings to the client and end user, but without compromising safe working practices, at a time when all organisations are not only being challenged with cost savings, but are still having to meet the balance of reasonable practicability of identifying and controlling hazard and risk within their undertakings".

Once again , Lloyds British have shown that they can maintain standards without compromising safety and still show measureable improvements for their customers.