West Sussex company wins Gold at RoSPA awards
Keysource, a specialist in business critical solutions, was recently presented with an award for health and safety for the third consecutive year. The company secured the victory at the RoSPA awards ceremony.
The firm won the RoSPA Occupational Health and Safety Award for the third year, this time securing the Gold Award. For the last two years, the business has won the Silver Award, and the company is thrilled that it has been rewarded for its high commitment to health and safety with the Gold.
Keysource was awarded the top accolade for its performance in health and safety during the last 12 months. The firm's head of Safety, Health and Environment, Justin Busk, said:
“Our number one priority is to ensure the safety, health and welfare of all our employees and all other persons who may be affected by our activities. This commitment extends to the trade contractors we employ, stakeholders that we work with, visitors to our projects and members of the public.”
The RoSPA Awards have now reached their 60th year, celebrating firms’ commitment to continuously improving their health and safety procedures, thus preventing ill health and accidents in the workplace. For some this may mean the use of PPE, while for others it may require wearing specialist workwear.
According to the head of awards and events at RoSPA, Julia Small, winning the Gold Award is an achievement to be proud of, encouraging other organisations to continue to improve safety in their own workplace.