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At Optima, we are wholly committed to ensuring the health, safety, and welfare of all of our employees. At the same time, being a product design, manufacture, and installation company, we completely recognise our responsibility towards other people who may be affected by our activities.

As part of our Health and Safety policy, we ensure that the necessary steps and processes are in place to guarantee that our statutory duties are met and exceeded.

As part of this, every one of our employees receives the necessary training and information to enable them to safely perform their daily activities. We also work hard to make certain that all subcontractors employed under Optima’s operations, competently manage the Health and Safety of all staff involved on site, in addition to providing requisite levels of information, instruction, training, and supervision.

RoSPA Gold award 2018

Here at Optima, we are continually reviewing, improving and developing our performance in all areas. As a result, our unrivalled dedication and continued effort in the development of our health and safety management has been recognised.

We are extremely proud to have been accredited with the highly coveted Gold Health and Safety Award in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 as awarded by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).

We are proud to be a reputable company with exceptional products, offering an unrivalled service. For us, quality is about continually providing our clients with extremely high levels of expert designs, quality products, flawless installations and thorough aftercare solutions that exceed expectations.

Our dedication to delivering quality has set us aside from our competitors; shown through high levels of customer satisfaction, repeat business, and continual new referrals. Accordingly, for Optima, quality has become a motivator for business success and our commitment to guaranteeing this industry-leading quality service runs through all that we do here at Optima.

Each and every Optima member of staff is passionate about achieving this aim; from our office-based teams to our directly employed workforce, right through to all of our sub-contractors.

The way that we operate and manage our projects to provide exceptional product quality and service is defined within our Business Management System (BMS). This is simply a framework within which we work, which is then tailored to suit each of our client’s individual needs. This process ensures that every project is managed in the most effective, proactive and specifically tailored way possible.

Procedures outlined in this BMS describe a typical project lifecycle at Optima; from receipt of initial enquiry right through to project handover. Our BMS works to outline design, procurement, health and safety, and Quality management tasks, including the processes of internal audit and other mechanisms for quality and business improvement.

Product quality is intrinsic to the success of Optima. Consequently, we are constantly testing and retesting for “fit for purpose” quality at procedural, system and process levels.

Following an independent assessment by Exova BM TRADA, Optima Contracting Ltd and Optima Products Ltd obtained ISO 9001:2015 accreditation.

Proof of Quality:     ISO 9001:2015
Issuer:                         Exova BM TRADA

Download – ISO 9001 Certificate for Optima Contracting LTD Download – ISO 9001 Certificate for Optima Products LTD


At Optima, being a product manufacturing company, we are conscious of our impact on the world around us. We are proud to say that we are a responsible company and actively work to present innovative solutions to counteract any negative impacts that our activities might have on the environment.

We continually seek to use the most environmentally sustainable products possible, whilst ensuring that we track our environmental impact.

We source and work with like-minded suppliers and maintain our own Sustainability Register that satisfies BREEAM, LEED and SKA requirements.

Environmental Policy Statement

Environmental Assessment Methods

Part of our commitment is to respond to our clients’ expectation to comply with the Environmental Assessment Methods relevant to our organisation: BREEAM, LEED, SKA and WELL. 

To achieve this, Optima operates a purchasing policy that ensures as much material as possible is sourced from recycled materials and from suppliers certified ISO 14001. 

Optima is keen in minimising wastage of products, quantity, and wastage of packaging and encourages the recovery of any packaging where possible.

Our three-point initiative

We are committed to providing sustainable products and services.  We achieve this by operating our Environmental Management System which is accredited to ISO 14001 by Exova BM TRADA.

Proof of Sustainability: Environmental Management System ISO 14001:2015
Issuer:        Exova BM TRADA

Download – ISO 14001 Certificate for Optima CONTRACTING LTD  Download – ISO 14001 certificate for Optima Products LTD 


The ISO 9000 family of quality management systems standards is designed to help organisations ensure that they meet the needs of customers and other stakeholders while meeting statutory and regulatory requirements related to a product or service.


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We are fully accredited to the Achilles Building Confidence Scheme. This is recognised within our industry as one of the most rigorous regimes and is based on quality, reliability, social responsibility and environmental factors.



CHAS (The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme) is a pre-approval scheme, which allows contractors to demonstrate to potential clients that they meet the required health and safety standards





2017 marks a glittering year for RoSPA as we celebrate our prestigious health and safety awards during our centenary year. And to celebrate, we are pleased to launch a new level of award – which recognises organisations who have achieved 25+ years of gold awards.

The longevity and undisputed reputation of RoSPA and the Awards scheme is just one of the key reasons it has been recognising and celebrating excellence in safety performance longer than any other in the industry.



Code of Considerate Practice.  Considerate constructors seek to improve the image of the construction industry by striving to promote and achieve best practice under the Code.  The Code of Considerate Practice outlines the Scheme’s expectations and describes those areas that are considered fundamental for registration with the Scheme.

  • Care about appearance: constructors should ensure sites appear professional and well managed
  • Respect the community: constructors should give utmost consideration to their impact on neighbours and the public
  • Protect the environment: constructors should protect and enhance the environment
  • Secure everyone’s safety: constructors should attain the highest levels of safety performance
  • Value their workforce: constructors should provide a supportive and caring working environment



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