British Safety Council awards open
Posted by Jason Nicholls
The British Safety Council's International Safety Awards 2012 scheme is now open for members and non-members of the organisation.
It acts as recognition for companies across the world that have adopted effective health and safety management strategies, which may include the use of safety signage.
Last year, there were 602 applications to the scheme, leading to 33 distinction-winning organisations from a variety of industries, ranging from education to energy generation and transmission.
Both individual sites and business units can be submitted to the scheme, meaning that firms can enter as many sites or business units as they wish.
The closing date for submissions is February 29th, with the results being formally announced on March 23rd.
Last week, Faisal Rana from the Leeds firm United Petroleum collected the inaugural Xmo Strata safety award.
Mr Rana won the accolade after providing a constant improvement in health and safety on forecourts. Judges also commended the wide number of ideas that went into the company's Goal Zero initiative.
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