Recovery Partners and Rennie Bros Tree Surgeons have smashed their safety goals in April, proving to be the ultimate power couple in tackling health and safety issues in the tree lopping industry. We’re proud to announce that their robust safety management system has gained the number one safety Australian Standard AS: 4801 certification.
Owners Stuart and Owen Rennie have brought safety to the forefront of their business that is fast expanding and services the Sutherland Shire, Wollongong and Sydney surrounds. The dynamic duo and their highly qualified team are dedicated to being number one in the industry, and continue to work alongside Recovery Partners to ensure they receive the most up to date health and safety knowledge and advice to keep them on the continual improvement journey throughout the year.
Rennie Bros have raised the benchmark for their competitors being one of the only small to medium enterprises (SME) to have AS 4801 in Sydney. Please join us in congratulating Rennie Bros on their impressive achievement.
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