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East Lancashire firm wins health and safety accolade

4th May 2012 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

An East Lancashire training provider has collected an accolade for health and safety in the workplace.

Training 2000, which is situated in Blackburn, collected the International Safety Award after scoring a distinction with full marks for its attempts to reduce injuries across its workforce.

Last year, the firm won the award with a merit, indicating the progress made by the business in the last twelve months.

Mike Sagar, Training 2000 functional leader of health, safety and the environment, said: "Health and safety is of paramount importance to us and forms a large part of our induction process, both internally and externally."

Mr Sagar continued by saying that the company has a team of nearly 300 employees who are devoted to ensuring the safe wellbeing of themselves.

Anglia Ruskin University has also been recognised for its health and safety efforts in recent weeks, as the institution has been awarded the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents' gold standard for its approach to reducing injuries.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801356886-ADNFCR


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