21 Awards For Health And Safety

Team Seeks Low-Carbon Supply Chain

8 July 2016

Costain produced another impressive performance in the 2016 Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) Health and Safety Awards. It won a total of 21 awards in the year that marks the Awards’ 60th anniversary.

There was a notable win for the Heysham to M6 Link Road project, which took the RoSPA International Dilmun Environmental Award. The Award recognises excellence in environmental as well as health and safety management.

Costain also won two Orders of Distinction, RoSPA’s highest accolade presented to organisations that have received a minimum of 15 consecutive Gold Awards, two President’s Awards (awarded to organisations with a minimum of ten consecutive Gold Awards) and four Gold Medals (awarded to organisations that have achieved a minimum of five consecutive Gold Awards).

The company also secured ten Gold Awards and two Silvers, all of which recognised Costain’s commitment to a safer workplace.

The full roll of honour is as follows:

International Dilmun Environmental Trophy:
Heysham to M6 Link Road

Order of Distinction:
Costain Nuclear Sector
Costain Oil & Gas

President’s Award:
4D Woolston
Costain Industrial Cooling

Gold Medal:
A5-M1 Link
Bond Street Station Upgrade
C405 Paddington Costain/Skanska
Evap D

A465 Heads of Valley Section 2
ABC Electrification Ltd Western & Wales
C412 Bond Street
C360 Eleanor Street & Mile End Park Shafts
CiM6 / Severn Trent Framework
Dimlington Freon Replacement Project
Heysham to M6 Link Road
Kent MFF
Lindsey Oil Refinery (Costain Industrial Services and Civils Division)
M1 Smart Motorways J28-35a

Bakerloo Line Link
M1 Smart Motorways Jct 19 – 16

“This is a further demonstration of the amount of effort that Costain as a company and individuals on the ground put in to ensure that everyone goes home safely at the end of their shifts,” said Safety, Health & Environment Director, Peter Fisher. “The awards are well-deserved and we aim to seek to improve this standard still further in years to come.”



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