Codelocks has appointed Paul Campbell as its new Technical, Quality and Sustainability Manager. With over 30 years’ experience in architectural ironmongery, Paul brings a wealth of knowledge to the role and will focus on driving Codelocks’ newly launched sustainability initiatives, while also working towards new accreditations.
Codelocks has been in business for over 30 years and in that time sustainability has become more important for the company. Social, economic, and environmental sustainability are equal priorities for long-term viability. Recognising this, Codelocks has shown commitment to a sustainable future by adding sustainability as one of its six core corporate values, along with appointing Paul to drive its initiatives.
“A priority in my role will be empowering the team around me. Through regular audits, monitoring our processes and targets, we can ensure that we collectively work towards Codelocks’ new sustainability and quality goals. Behaviour change will come through finding efficiencies across the whole of Codelocks’ global operations. We’ll begin with the UK, but quickly expand to incorporate the wider organisation. I have knowledge to share and I’m excited to start helping the company progress to the next level.”
Paul is certified by the International Register of Certificated Auditors (IRCA) as a Lead Audit Assessor and has created many educational materials for the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) that are also approved by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). In his new role, Paul will be responsible for factory management, supplier compliance and quality assurance.
“After more than 30 years of operations, Codelocks is looking to mature in certain areas, and bringing Paul on board will enable us to make that level change. We’re streamlining our entire supply chain and with the aim to make as many efficiencies as possible. Paul will make that a reality for us, and there will be positive benefits for everyone – customers, suppliers, and employees.”
To learn more about Codelocks quality assurance and sustainability initiatives, you can speak to Paul at the upcoming Master Locksmiths Association (MLA) On the Road Locks training on the 16 November in Rugby. Book your place here.
16, Oct 2023