Whisky is a part of our nation’s identity – a traditional Scottish treasure enjoyed globally. The favoured drink requires a lot of time, craft and skill to be produced behind the scenes before it is bottled into the much-loved blend known the world over, and a big part of this is the environment in which it is produced.
We understand that in order to create a superior quality product, the environment in which it is created has to be of superior quality too, and this is especially true in the whisky industry. We are specialists in keeping all kinds of working environments in immaculate order and are delighted to announce we are now working with one of Scotland’s leading whisky brands, Glen Turner Ltd at their Starlaw Distillery site in Bathgate.
We are providing cleaning services to the offices and associated areas, canteen, bottling hall and the distillery. Glen Turner has created some of the world’s best-selling whiskies and we are thrilled to now be a part of maintaining the brand’s facilities to the very highest of standards.
Having worked extensively with leading drinks brands over the years across numerous facilities including distilleries, production, bottling plants, distribution, and visitor centres, we know the importance of keeping these areas extremely clean and sterile. This is particularly true in the cases of sites managed under the Control of Major Accident Hazards (COMAH) regulations.
The COMAH Regulations are applicable to any establishment storing or handling large quantities of substances of a hazardous nature, including production facilities and warehouses. These sites work under stringent health and safety conditions, of which we must comply when carrying out our services. COMAH sites can be a typically more challenging environment to work in, meaning higher standards and stricter rules to abide by.
The Glen Turner Starlaw distillery will be our 7th COMAH site win, showcasing the high standards our team implement daily and our thorough understanding of the requirements in the industry. Moreover, facilities in the drinks industry tend to be highly functional, with valuable stock being handled in busy production and warehouse areas. This makes our work even more vital to ensure business activity can be carried out safely and efficiently.
You can find out more about our work in the drinks industry here.