ECS Engineering Services recognised by RoSPA Award for 11th consecutive year
The safe working practices of ECS Engineering Services have been recognised by a ninth Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) Gold Award, adding to a total of eleven consecutive awards received by the turnkey electro-mechanical service provider to the water, power generation and environment sectors. Again, the award illustrates ECS’ commitment to safe working practices in-house at its Nottinghamshire headquarters and on sites across the country.
ECS specialises in carrying out large scale projects in areas that pose potential hazards, such as waterways or power plants, so the company takes great care to ensure all of its employees and partners are operating to the highest health and safety standards. This continuous approach to health and safety doctrine has ensured a string of awards extending over a decade, with the business supporting government institutors, water boards and private contractors in this time.
Rebecca Murfin, SHEQ Manager at ECS added: “At every level of the company, we engage with the latest health and safety training courses to ensure our work is carried out with minimal risk. We work in more challenging environments than most, so it is paramount that we enact health and safety as an integrated part of our methodology. However, none of this would be possible without the vigilance of our employees and partners, so we thank them for their continued efforts in upholding these safety standards.”
The RoSPA Safety Awards are a global initiative that span across industries, rating businesses on a scale of Bronze, Silver and Gold in terms of implementing and advancing health and safety management across the organisation. Criteria include the safety of employees and those they interact with – which is of particular importance in large scale projects such as those undertaken by ECS.