Whilst not quite space travel, this week has been a landmark week for LCRIG in so much that we have been through our final assessment against the international standard for collaboration ISO44001 by the accredited body BMTRADA.
I’m delighted to say, with a couple of bumps along the way, we have met the requirement and passed the assessment with flying colours.
I believe we represent the only organisation of our type in the world to achieve independent certification to ISO44001 – something we all should be very proud of.
The DfT have supported this initiative as they understand the true value of collaboration and will now be able to make the point to Government that over half of the local highway authority’s in England are part of a single collaborative effort that meets the exacting requirements of the ISO. No other Government Department is in this position.
So LCRIG is now a Community Interest Company that is independently certified to ISO44001 but our aspirations don’t stop here, we have so much more we want to achieve.
With the continued support of DfT and all our Members nothing is too daunting, so make sure you get involved in shaping the future direction for LCRIG by taking a more active role in one or more of our initiatives such as Social Value, Climate Change, the LCRIG/Steve Berry Innovation Fund or our planned Training Academy.
Just get in touch to make yourself known and we will do the rest.
Collaboration | Environment | Our Work | 26 January 2022
There's still time to register for the Local Council Roads Innovation Group's (LCRIG) first #AsktheDfT event of 2022. Members are invited to put their questions about active travel directly to senior personnel from the Department for Transport (DfT) but must submit questions in advance of the session which is taking place on 8 February.
Martin Duffy, Chief Executive of the Local Council Roads Innovation Group (LCRIG), updates members on the progress of the LCRIG DPS, following consultation meetings with representatives from councils and the supply chain.