Golden Glow To RoSPA Awards
23 July 2015
Costain has turned in another impressive performance in the annual awards presented by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents.
No fewer than 30 awards have gone to the Group, as the sustained efforts of both the professional SHE staff and personnel ‘at the sharp end’ resulted in a strong safety performance over the year.
There was a distinctly golden sheen to this year’s roll-call of honour, with no fewer than 22 Gold Awards being made, a step up from 2014’s performance when four of the 27awards were silver.
In addition, three Gold Medals were awarded to projects that had achieved a minimum of five consecutive Gold Awards; two President’s Awards (minimum of 10 consecutive Gold Awards) and two Orders of Distinction (minimum of 15 consecutive Gold Awards).
This year, Costain was also the winner of the Astor Trophy Special Award, given for outstanding performance in occupational health.
The full list is as follows:
Order of Distinction
Nuclear Process Sector Office
Oil & Gas
Galliford Costain Atkins joint venture
Costain Carillion joint venture A5 – M1
Evap D, Sellafield
Industrial Cooling (formerly Costain Support Services)
Astor Trophy - the RoSPA Occupational Health Award
Heysham to M6 Link
Asset Support Framework (ASF) Friargate
ASF North A19
ASF North M18
ASF North M62
ASF SWCJIP (Southwest Coventry Junction Improvement Project (Warwick University)
ASF Whitley Junction
B-TOP Centrica (Barrow)
Bond Street Station Upgrade
Crossrail C360 Costain/Skanska
Crossrail C405 Paddington Costain/Skanska
Dimlington Freon Replacement Project (Perenco)
Heads of the Valleys Section 2
Heysham to M6 Link
Lindsey Oil Refinery
London Bridge (station redevelopment)
M1 Smart Motorways
Galliford Costain Atkins (GCA) The Liverpool Programme
London Power Tunnels
Severn Trent Water Framework Blocks
“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.”
Costain Communications Department