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Sensonics Ltd. recognises and accepts its moral and legal responsibilities for the health, safety and welfare of its employees and the health and safety of any other person who may be affected by our activities.

Health and Safety training is regularly completed by all Sensonics staff and our site engineering team are qualified to the CCNSG safety passport scheme. Our project teams are familiar with working to the CDM 2015 regulations and are experienced in providing the necessary planning, monitoring and risk management, from design through to construction, within the CDM framework.

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