Following a decade of being awarded consecutive Gold Awards by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA), NG Bailey has this year secured a President’s Award – in recognition of its health and safety achievements.
In addition to this accolade, the company has also received a further 10 Gold and three Silver Awards across the business.
The Gold Awards were awarded for health and safety excellence across Engineering, Offsite Manufacture, IT Services and Facilities Services, the four main divisions of the company. NG Bailey was also presented with awards for its outstanding H&S achievements on projects including Heathrow Terminal 2A, Birmingham New Street Station, 20 Fenchurch Street, London Bridge and Royal Oldham Hospital.
NG Bailey’s safety, health, environmental and quality (SHEQ) director, Stuart Mortimer collected the awards at a ceremony in Birmingham, on behalf of the company.
Speaking about the success, Stuart said:
“I am delighted that our commitment to health and safety continues to be recognised. Being informed of our President’s Award proves the emphasis we place on H&S and I was very proud to collect this award, along with the 13 others, on behalf of NG Bailey.”
David Hurcomb, chief executive of NG Bailey, said:
“NG Bailey is a leader in the field of health and safety and we will always strive to set the industry standard.
“A great example of this is the part we played in making London’s Heathrow Terminal 2 the safest construction project in the UK – with five million RIDDOR-free hours.”
The RoSPA Safety Awards are internationally recognised and have fast become the most sought after accolade by organisations from every sector.
The Award ceremony is a key fixture in the health and safety calendar, offering organisations a prime opportunity to prove their ongoing commitment to raising health and safety standards and to be a part of the longest running and most highly respected occupational safety awards programme.