Actavo’s Structural, Industrial and Network and In-Home Division has been recognised for its continuous commitment to occupational health and safety with the achievement of a number of awards from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) including an Order of Distinction, Gold Medal and Gold Fleet Awards.
To break this down, the Industrial and Structural Division achieved an Order of Distinction, this year, being the 16th at Gold Level. Network and In-Home has also achieved a Gold Medal in the Gold Awards category, this year celebrating 9 consecutive years. The Network and In-Home Division is also celebrating a Gold Fleet Award, its 4th consecutive year achieving this safety standard.
The RoSPA award scheme assesses a company’s accident records as well as health and safety management systems and it ensures consistency performance of safety process and practices. It is one of the most prestigious and recognised schemes in the world, with almost 2,000 entries every year and a reach of over 7 million employees.
Willie Ryan, Global EHS & IT Director, said: ‘Safety is Actavo’s number one value and when safety is a personal value, people naturally choose to make the safe choice. The receipt of these awards demonstrates Actavo’s commitment to sustaining the highest possible levels of safety at all times.
It helps to drive our policy on making zero harm possible from a safety and road safety perspective. Companies are awarded by RoSPA for having stringent health and safety management systems and best practices in place. This is a great achievement made possible by everybody in Actavo living and practicing safety on a daily basis through our Values and Golden Rules. We are very proud to receive the awards’.
Willie RyanGlobal EHS & IT Director