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Amey scoops health and safety awards

Amey, a leading provider of public services, has won four national awards for all areas of its operations from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).

The company was awarded gold for its various business functions from highways maintenance through to facilities management.

Amey’s Built Environment, Inter-Urban, Local Government and Consulting divisions each received the gold award from RoSPA’s Occupational Health and Safety Awards 2012.

The Gold Award recognises excellent occupational health and safety cultures, a rigorous approach to occupational health, high levels of compliance with control measures and above average safety performance. The Built Environment sector celebrates its ninth consecutive Gold Award win.

Keith Sexton, Group HSEA director, said: “These Awards are a tribute to the hard work and commitment of many people throughout Amey who are making a positive and valuable contribution towards ‘Target Zero’ - our health and safety campaign that aims to achieve zero harm to its employees and members of the public, every day.”
 

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