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Latest ISO 44001 award presented at ICW event

12 July 2017

BAM Nuttall is the latest company to be awarded the recently-launched ISO 44001 standard for collaborative working.

Presented by the Institute for Collaborative Working (ICW) at its Collaborative Working in Utilities conference, it shows the growing interest in the new standard.

The ISO 44001 certificate was presented to BAM Nuttall regional quality manager Margo Marsh and head business process and quality David Anderson by ICW's David Hawkins at the event.

Announced at the end of last year and ratified in early 2017, the ICW has reported a growth in member numbers and attributes much of this to the launch of ISO 44001.

It has been developed from the BS 11000 standard and is based on the CRAFT methodology, established to provide a systematic approach to collaboration, from strategic concept to exiting from business relationships.

Over the last 10 years, the ICW has continued to work with its members and lead discussions with the International Standards Organisation (ISO), achieving agreement with 12 countries.

ISO 44001 covers a wide range of aspects and includes a number of processes designed to improve engagement and risk management, underpin effectiveness, raise rates of efficiency, enhance skills and build sustainable relationships.

Collaboration was also the common theme throughout the ICW conference, which opened with an address by ICW chair Lord Evans of Watford.

Presentations by representatives from Frost & Sullivan, the CCA, Institute of Water, United Utilities, Siemens, Emcor UK, BAM and others highlighted the benefits of collaborative working achieved throughout the UK utilities sector.

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