Reliability – Health & Safety
We take our legal and moral obligations very seriously, resulting in a pro-active approach to all aspects of quality, health, safety and the environment. Through our strict monitoring systems we continue to develop and improve the services we provide to our clients.
We approach every event focusing on the most environmentally friendly and sustainable solutions possible.
When on site we ensure the health, safety and welfare of all personnel involved whilst adhering to our statutory obligations under current industry regulations. Our commitment to Health & Safety is demonstrated by our accreditation to OHSAS 18001.
Competence Awareness and Training
The smooth and successful running of an event is strongly influenced by the experience and the training of the personnel involved. To ensure that our teams can work confidently and safely we provide a continuous training programme for all our staff including specialist skills such as:
At Saville we recognise that training brings wider benefits to everyone – our company, our staff, our clients and their staff. Many of our technical teams are multi-skilled and all are trained to a high level to meet the needs of their specific roles. This is achieved through on-site training as well as attending a variety of industry recognised training courses. Many of these courses need refreshing at regular intervals and we are committed to the on-going training and development of our technical staff.
Technical Training: Certified Technology Specialist
Saville Audio Visual is an active member of the International Communications Industries Association, the world’s leading trade body for the audio visual industry. The company is fully committed to the training and qualification process provided by ICIA and currently holds Emerald Standard through the award of CTS (Certified Technology Specialist) status to over 35% of our customer-facing technical staff. The CTS certificate is awarded to AV professionals who have demonstrated detailed knowledge and comprehension of the processes and technologies including audio, video, display and power involved in the production of modern conferences and live events.