ECS Engineering Services wins ninth consecutive RoSPA Gold Award
Building on an exemplary reputation for safety, ECS Engineering Services has been awarded with the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) Gold Award for Occupational Health and Safety for the ninth consecutive year. The Nottinghamshire based turnkey solution provider to the water, energy and environment sectors has gained this recognition due to its continued work with local water utilities, drainage boards and government agencies such as the Environment Agency.
The award highlights that ECS consistently operates to the very highest safety standards in all aspects of its work. This expertise has been an invaluable asset to the business, where many projects are undertaken in sensitive environments or in areas of potential risk. For nine years, this service level has been recognised by RoSPA, who are committed to reducing accidents in the workplace regardless of sector or industry.
ECS will receive the award at the Hilton Glasgow Hotel on the 14th September during the 61st RoSPA awards ceremony. The judges considered the safety management systems and practices, including leadership and workforce involvement, of each entrant, before deciding that ECS again fitted the criteria for recognition.
Jamie Wesley, Contracts Manager at ECS commented: “Receiving this award for a ninth consecutive year is fantastic – it illustrates the consistency of service that we strive to achieve in our business activities. The sectors in which we operate demand specialist expertise, of which health and safety procedure is a large part, so it is a key component of our business. Everyone in the business is safety conscious, which backed by our integrated in-house facilities and extensive on-site experience, means we can offer this consistency of approach to our customers.”