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Posted on May 27th, 2005

Fourth Consecutive RoSPA Gold for PROjEN

PROjEN, the leading project management and professional engineering services company has secured its fourth Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) Gold award in a row. The Gold award is only presented to those companies who have achieved a very high standard of health and safety at work measured over a four year period.

RoSPA believes that the most effective way to promote safety and encourage best management practice is to recognise and reward those who head the field and “practice what they preach”. Winning the Gold Award is independent recognition that PROjEN are a company to be looked on as an example of excellent attainment and ‘best practice’ within the field of Health and Safety.

Lyndon Workman, H&S Advisor, of PROjEN received the award on behalf of the company. Lyndon commented, “PROjEN are extremely proud to have received this Award yet again. RoSPA has a long-established reputation for its work in the prevention of accidents and is a nationally recognised source of expert advice. We are pleased that our dedication to Health and Safety in the workplace has been recognised for the fourth consecutive year”.

As well as helping to reduce the number of accidents and cases of ill-health at work, RoSPA awards also encourage organisations to have a first-rate health and safety management system in place. RoSPA also aim to reinforce the message that good health and safety equals good business practice. This is an attitude that PROjEN shares, and its commitment to health and safety is an integral part of everything that it does.

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