Clifford Devlin wins Gold

By Lindsay Gale02 June 2009

UK demolition contractor Clifford Devlin has been recognised by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, who has made a Gold Award to the company for the second year running. The Gold Award is the highest level of award issued by the society.

According to Clifford Devlin's health and safety manager Paul Clarke-Scholes: "We are delighted to be honoured with another Gold Award. We regard it as an endorsement of the systematic approach we have taken to health and safety at Clifford Devlin, which has enabled us to implement a culture of safety throughout the organisation."

The RoSPA Awards scheme has been running since 1956 and recognises winners' commitment to occupational health and safety.

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