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Eurovia UK awarded RoSPA Order of Distinction

RoSPA Order of Distinction

Company receives top honour after achieving 17 consecutive Golds in prestigious awards scheme

EUROVIA UK are to receive one of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents’ (RoSPA) top honours in recognition of outstanding health and safety practices.

The company will be presented with an Order of Distinction Award after achieving 17 consecutive Golds in the prestigious RoSPA Health and Safety Awards, which are the longest-running industry awards scheme in the UK.

RoSPA will also present Eurovia with their ninth Gold Fleet Safety Award during a ceremony at Hilton Birmingham Metropole hotel on 6 June.

Gold medals and Orders of Distinction are presented to organizations that sustain the high standards of the Gold level over consecutive years.

Dave Campbell, Eurovia UK’s group health, safety and environment director, said: ‘Health and safety is always evolving and as a business we are continually looking for new and improved ways to ensure all our people and our supply chains remain safe and vigilant at all times – on site, travelling and outside work.

‘I’m delighted that our excellent health and safety practices during the last 17 years have been acknowledged by RoSPA, which has recognized the continuing hard work of those who make sure Eurovia, Ringway and SWH are safer places to work, as each day goes by, and that our employees can go home safely at the end of the day.’

The RoSPA Awards scheme, which receives entries from organizations around the world, recognizes achievement in health and safety management systems, including practices such as leadership and workforce involvement.

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