Phil Nickless has been a major asset to the Jex business and recently celebrated 25 years’ service. Phil joined the business from Redditch conveyors during […]
For a third year, RoSPA has presented Newcastle-based R Blackett Charlton with an Order of Distinction, marking its success in achieving 18 consecutive Gold RoSPA awards.
Booth Industries, based in Bolton has achieved its first RoSPA Gold Award.
The RoSPA Safety Awards have been recognising and rewarding health and safety excellence since 1956. A key fixture in the health and safety calendar, the awards offer organisations a prime opportunity to prove their ongoing commitment to raising and upholding health and safety standards. They recognise commitment to accident and ill health prevention and are open to businesses and organisations of all types and sizes from within the UK and overseas.
In addition to the RoSPA, R Blackett Charlton has also been awarded the British Safety Council International Safety Award with Merit.
Commenting on Redhall Manufacturing’s success, Managing Director, John Hynes commented: “We place great importance on our health and safety performance and are committed to continual evaluation and organisational improvement. As we work towards our stated objective of zero harm to our staff, working partners and the communities within which we operate, these awards prove we are taking the steps necessary to achieve our stated goal.”
The Decommissioning & Waste Management (DWM) Division of Redhall Nuclear has recently relocated its operation to a large, West Cumbrian engineering facility. The rationale behind […]
All divisions of Redhall Nuclear are celebrating after being recognised in this year’s RoSPA Awards. The Decommissioning and Waste Management Division has been given the […]