Makers Win International Safety Award
The International Safety Awards recognise and celebrate organisations from around the world which have shown real dedication to keeping their workers and work places healthy and safe during the past year.
Now in its 60th year, the British Safety Council is seen as the pinnacle organisation across the globe in relation to Health and Safety, hence its international reputation.
The scheme which operates internationally recognises those organisations who have clearly demonstrated to a set of independent judges, those standards and actions which meet the satisfaction of the schemes judges.
“My warmest congratulations to Makers, they should be rightly proud of their achievement”
Mike Robinson, Chief Executive, British Safety Council
In celebration of the award a black tie event hosted by Reverend Richard Coles, with guest speaker Mark Bowman, Director of Flight Operations at BAE Systems.
Makers won their first award in 2010 and have continued to demonstrate a clear commitment to Health and Safety achieving this accolade for the last 8 years.
“In 2010 we achieved a Merit and have continued to do so in 2018”
Sean Allsop, HSQE Manager
“The award demonstrates a good strong commitment to health and Safety management and is a strong validation of the role Health and Safety plays within the company”
Simon Lamb, MD
The scheme is marked out of 60 with Distinction being awarded to those achieving 59 and 60 mark. Merit scores have a 10 point band starting at 48.
“We are delighted to have achieved a Merit in this classification which is not easy and brilliant for the team personally”
John Walker, Compliance Manager