Health and safety awards for Cumbrian companies
Last updated at 14:33, Thursday, 30 May 2013
Thirteen employers from Cumbria have received health and safety awards from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents.
They included the National Nuclear Laboratory at Sellafield – highly commended in the research and development sector – and GEN II Engineering and Technology Training of Workington, commended in the education and training services category.
Organisations maintaining the highest standards can win a president’s award or an order of distinction.
Other Cumbrian winners: Shepley Engineers, Moor Row (order of distinction); Balfour Beatty Engineering Services, Sellafield (president’s); Redhall Nuclear, Moor Row (president’s); PPS Electrical, Barrow (president’s); Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service (gold); West Cumberland Engineering, Workington (gold); Low Level Waste Repository, Drigg (gold); Fellside CHP, Seascale (gold); O’Connor Fencing, Whitehaven (gold); Sellafield Ltd (silver); NFT Distribution Operations, Penrith (silver).
NFT also received a gold award for the management of occupational road risk.
First published at 14:30, Thursday, 30 May 2013
Published by http://www.newsandstar.co.uk
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