December 27, 2019
Inspectors scored the Chiddingfold site, which features a Spar convenience store, 100 percent.
The new scheme, masterminded by forecourt compliance experts Suresite Group, awards petrol stations achieving a score of at least 80 percent a blue window sticker, whilst those scoring 95 percent and above are entitled to display a 'gold standard' accreditation.
The Broken Spur forecourt is operated by Farnham-based Refuel & Go Ltd and is the first forecourt in the county to receive a perfect score since the window sticker scheme was rolled out during the summer. Each sticker is dated and lasts for 12 months from the time of the inspection.
Nick Lunness, site manager, said: “Our new window badge is the petrol station equivalent of a five star food hygiene rating sticker on a restaurant or fast food outlet. It should give our customers the confidence that we are a safe site to visit. “We are proud of the hard work and achievements of all of our staff team, who will continue to ensure a visit to our site is a safe and enjoyable.” Neil Simms, compliance manager, Suresite Group, said: "Our new window sticker scheme rewards forecourts that achieve good scores on their compliance audits. This demonstrates the operators’ commitment to ensuring the safety of staff, contractors and customers. "With their badge on display, all site visitors will know that health & safety is a top consideration. “The Broken Spur petrol station is a very worthy recipient of the first gold sticker in Surrey.”
Press Release from Sara Teiger Freelance PR received Tues 08/10/2019 Page put up December 27, 2019
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