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Business recognised for health and safety commitment

28th May 2010 | Health and Safety Signs

A business has been rewarded for not only doing a good job with maintaining safety signs, but also for its health and safety as a whole after being given an award in the field.

The Basingstoke Gazette reports that the Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE), a company in charge of two nuclear weapons facilities, has been handed an accolade by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).

It is the tenth year in succession that the company, which manufactures and maintains warheads on behalf of the Ministry of Defence, has been given a safety award for its control of health and safety risk and small numbers of error and injury to employees or visitors.

Gary Buckley, head of construction, told the publication: "This award is recognition for all those involved in making AWE a safe place to work."

AWE was also handed an environmental award as recognition of its excellence in terms of environmental health and safety management.

Earlier this month, RoSPA handed an award to energy firm Doosan Babcock for its devotion to health and safety best practice.

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