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West Cumberland Engineering land 12th consecutive RoSPA Gold

West Cumberland Engineering have successfully extended their RoSPA Gold awards count to 12 consecutive years.

The RoSPA Awards are one of the most globally prestigious and recognised health and safety schemes in the world, we are extremely proud of our track record with one of the best health, safety and wellbeing standards in our sector.

West Cumberland Engineering Managing Director, Callum Woodend, says of the award

“We are delighted to receive our 12th consecutive Gold award, which is testament to all the effort put in right across our team to ensure Health & Safety is our priority. We must continue with our everyday high standard diligence to ensure our people go home safe each day.”  

Congratulations go to all of our employees who endlessly contribute to our culture of safety in everything that we do, and our HSE team who work tirelessly to make sure that everybody goes home safe, every day.

Peter Sempie, Group Health and Safety Manager, added

“This award is a reflection of the Shepley Group’s commitment to working safely and could not be accomplished without involvement from all of our workforce at all levels. On behalf of the health and safety team, I thank all of our staff enormously for their continued hard work and dedication to keeping our standards so high.”

Accidents at work can significantly harm peoples quality of life, this is why good safety performance needs to be recognised and rewarded, and with RoSPA being the longest-running award of its kind in the UK, receiving entries from organisations across the globe, it is one of the most sought-after achievement awards for the health and safety industry.

The esteemed RoSPA Awards program now celebrates its 68th year as the UK’s largest and most impactful health and safety programme. With almost 2,000 entries annually from over 50 countries, impacting over seven million employees, they offer a platform to spotlight an unwavering commitment to continuous improvement and excellence in health and safety, looking at entrants’ overarching management systems, including practices such as leadership and workforce involvement.