Sixth RoSPA gold for A-Plant

22 April 2013

UK rental firm A-Plant has received its sixth consecutive gold award from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).

“Being awarded the gold award once again demonstrates our root and branch commitment to the highest standards of health and safety practices. We are thrilled to have received the award. It’s down to the commitment of A-Plant staff in ensuring that health and safety procedures are implemented across the whole company and extending these ethos to our customers,” said Douglas McLuckie, director of risk management at A-Plant.

The hire company has been awarded a gold award for Occupation Health and Safety. A-Plant has its own safety standard brand, and health and safety management is a primary focus of the business.

The setting the safety standard brand sees A-Plant investing in staff development, with internal and external initiatives and training.

The Gold Award will be presented at a ceremony held at Hilton Birmingham Metropole Hotel, the National Exhibition Centre, on Wednesday May 15, 2013. The awards ceremony will be held during the three-day RoSPA Safety and Health Expo 2013.

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