Celebrating safety milestone double in Scotland
Morgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure has recorded an impressive 2.2 million person hours without a RIDDOR (Reporting of Injuries Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations) incident over the past 18 months in Scotland.
The achievement demonstrates the company’s ongoing commitment to the health, safety and wellbeing of its staff and supply chain.
It comes during a period when the company has completed several high profile projects, including the multi-million pound restoration of Ballater Old Royal Station in Aberdeenshire and a number of important education projects for its customers in Scotland.
The Scottish business has also been awarded an order of distinction - a prestigious award only presented to organisations who have achieved a minimum of fifteen consecutive Gold Awards - by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA). This particular award is for achieving 21 consecutive gold awards.
The internationally-renowned RoSPA Health and Safety Awards is the longest-running industry awards scheme in the UK. It receives entries from organisations around the world and recognises achievement in health and safety management systems, including practices such as leadership and workforce involvement.
Morgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure was presented with the prestigious award at the RoSPA’s Occupational Health and Safety Awards ceremony at the DoubleTree by Hilton Glasgow Central.
Stuart Parker, Managing Director of Morgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure in Scotland said: “The health and safety of everyone working on our projects is of the utmost importance to Morgan Sindall.
“Prestigious milestones and awards like these are evidence of our unwavering commitment to this and it’s only right that they’re celebrated. I’d like to extend my gratitude to all who work diligently to ensure we remain 100% Safe and congratulate them on a job well done.”