Amey’s Facilities Management, Defence and Justice Business has been awarded by the ‘Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents’ (RoSPA) for its commitment to improving health and safety practices.
This topic has always been a priority for the company, which has launched initiatives like the introduction of a clear strategy for having zero accidents in 2021.
The RoSPA Awards, which sees participation from organizations all over the world, recognize achievements in health and safety management systems, including practices such as leadership and participation in the workforce.
In 2019, the company has made sure that job security programs are integrated into all of the company’s activities. The Health and Safety team has worked to understand where the most common problems arise, in addition to presenting Safety Leadership Forums for accounts to share best practices and take specific measures to prevent incidents from happening again.
“We are pleased to have been recognised by RoSPA for our efforts in Health and Safety. The FMDJ business has worked hard over the past year to drive down incidents and injuries to our people. Health and Safety is a key area of focus for the business. This award is a credit to the entire team for their focus on Zero Code and ensuring our employees come to work and go home safely. I am pleased our efforts are paying off as we are seeing a significant reduction in accident rates. We will continue to focus on Health and Safety to achieve Amey's target of zero incidents by 2021”