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Harbour Way Wins Third Gold Award For Safety

22 May 2012

Costain, the main contractor for the Harbour Way project in Port Talbot, has been rewarded for its approach to preventing accidents and ill health at the National Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) Occupational Health and Safety Awards for the third year running.

Costain was presented with the Company's third Gold Award for Occupational Health and Safety for the scheme and was commended for its continued high standard of Health and Safety performance.

Stuart Curtis, Safety Adviser for Harbour Way, said: “The Harbour Way team deserves this recognition for the positive safety culture employed on site. All members of the team - Client, Designers, Costain as Principal Contractor and Subcontractors have all played their part in ensuring Port Talbot Harbour Way is a safe site.”

David Rawlins, Awards Manager for RoSPA, said: “We congratulate Costain and the Harbour Way team on their success this year and encourage them, and all other winners, to remain committed to safety and health, an approach that is well recognised to be good for workers and the bottom line.”

To find out more about RoSPA and the awards, please click on the following link:

www.rospa.com/awards

 

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