Because our attention to detail shows we care.

Building upon its good history of health and safety performance Mildren Construction continue to strive for improvements across all areas of operation. The Mildren Construction board of directors are committed to ensuring continuous improvement through smarter working, improved communication and a focus on developing competencies at all levels.

The way we work at Mildren Construction is to ensure everyone involved in the work has a say in the decision making. Cultural improvements through inclusion and sharing of information are helping to deliver improved performance across Health, Safety, Environment and Quality.

The successful management of Health, Safety, Environment and Quality at Mildren Construction is underlined by our accredited management systems which are ‘triple badged’ to OHSAS 18001 for Health and Safety, ISO 14001 for Environmental management and ISO 9001 for Quality Management.

All of our management and operative staff are empowered with the knowledge, experience and confidence to make informed safety decisions, ensuring works only proceed when a safe system of work is in place and achievable. With our dedicated internal HSEQ team focused on continuing professional development we ensure industry best practice and new ideas are put into effect, working closely with the site teams to improve and develop our safety culture at all levels. It is the aim of all in the company to ensure we undertake work in safe environments and that everyone gets home safe at the end of every day.

HSEQ Department

The HSEQ department is led by Richard Hardy the HSEQ Manager.

Richard Hardy, HSEQ Manager
BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering, DipNEBOSH, GradIOSH, PTTLS

James Evans, HSEQ Advisor
NEBOSH Level 3 Construction

Leigh Parkes, HSEQ Advisor
NEBOSH General Certificate

Nicki Main, HSEQ Advisor
NEBOSH Construction Certificate

“Our methods of work are not static, we seek continued improvement by challenging existing ways of working, developing new ideas to explore the potential advancement in the way we work. As a company it is important we continue to learn, always taking continued little steps in the direction of improvement.”

Richard Hardy, HSEQ Manager