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Hanson Cement reaches new health and safety milestone

20th December 2012 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

Staff at Hanson Cement have now reached a new health and safety landmark by completing 5,000 days without a lost time incident.

The last time an employee required time off was in March, 1999, when the person in question was inspecting a manhole, took off the cover and fell into it after becoming distracted, reports the Ellesmere Port Pioneer.

Speaking to the news provider, Hanson Cement quarry supervisor Jason Parry said: "We need to celebrate the efforts site staff and the contractors have shown. This is a fantastic success story that shows that everyone on site is committed to the strong health and safety values the company practises."

Nationwide Platforms' SkySiren platform has also been praised recently, as it picked up a new honour from the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH).

The technology won the innovation of the year prize, after it was utilised as part of some of the UK's largest projects.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801510384-ADNFCR


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