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Quality, Health and Safety and the Environment


Griffon Hoverwork operates under an Integrated Business Management System (IBMS) that has been accredited to the following Internationally recognised standards:


ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Standard

ISO 45001:2018 Occupational health and Safety management Standard

ISO 14001:2015 Environmental management Standard

And externally audited by Lloyds Register Quality Assurance (LRQA) Ltd

This is reflected in the company’s integrated Quality, Health and Safety and Environmental Policy


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We recognise that product and service quality is of primary importance to our customers and our specific mission at Griffon Hoverwork Limited is to provide sustainable excellence in hovercraft, marine and related innovative technologies.


This ensures that we:


  • Have the ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements
  • Have a systematic and effective approach to planning and implementing actions to address and mitigate risks
  • Understand the needs and expectations of our customers in order to enhance customer satisfaction
  • Ensure that our employees have the right focus, skills, equipment and environment to produce a quality product
  • Have defined quality, engineering and design standards to ensure a consistent quality approach to all aspects of our business, based on best practice
  • Strive to get things right first time, and if not, resolve problems early on and prevent them happening again
  • Have our working practices and processes regularly audited by an independent person to ensure compliance and facilitate continual improvement
  • Measure our success in achieving our company objectives and take action to continually improve the quality and integrity of our product

Health and Safety


Safety in the workplace is a top priority at Griffon Hoverwork Ltd and we strive to reduce injuries and occupational illness to as near to zero as possible.


This ensures that we:


  • Have a systematic approach to managing risk, identifying, assessing and minimising health and safety hazards and risks and associated impact on employees, contractors, visitors and neighbouring businesses
  • Identify and assess risks which have the potential to become an incident and encourage our workforce to report "near misses", in order to prevent these situations occurring
  • Meet or exceed all statuary requirements; covering areas such as legionella, asbestos and ventilation and extraction
  • Place emphasis on occupational health factors, such as exposure limits, hearing conservation and health surveillance, to ensure our workforce is fit to work and long term health risks are minimised
  • Have a strong focus on personal safety, including minimising risk when working at height, using machinery and working in confined spaces



We understand that businesses play a key role in addressing environmental challenges and ensuring long-term sustainability. We have adopted a comprehensive approach to sustainability that encompasses reducing our own environmental footprint as well as driving positive change across our entire value chain. Through innovative practices, partnerships, and a genuine passion for making a difference, we strive to make sustainability an integral part of our corporate ethos. 


This ensures that we:

  • Measure and take action to reduce our carbon footprint
  • Offset any residual emissions through reputable green initiatives
  • Incorporate environmental factors into all business decisions
  • Manage waste generated incorporating reduction, re-use and recycling
  • Ensure our people are aware of their environment impact
  • Continuously improve our environmental performance