Styles&Wood receive RoSPA Order of Distinction Award, having won their 17th Gold Award.

The RoSPA Health and Safety Awards are internationally renowned as the most prestigious H&S Award across the globe.

Having previously been awarded the RoSPA President’s Award, the Order of Distinction is awarded to organisations that have received a minimum of 15 consecutive Gold RoSPA Awards.

The RoSPA Awards scheme, which receives entries from organisations around the world, recognises achievement in health and safety management systems, including practices such as leadership and workforce involvement.

Sally Marchant, Head of SHEQ, said:

“Ensuring excellent Health & Safety is at the heart of all of our projects. As these projects grow in scale and in complexity we have been evolving our processes and initiatives to ensure we continue to maintain the same high standards. It’s a great achievement to have received our 17th Gold and the Order of Distinction Award”

Julia Small, RoSPA’s head of qualifications, awards and events, said:

“The RoSPA Awards are the most highly-respected in the health and safety arena, with almost 2,000 entrants every year, and allow organisations to prove excellence in the workplace, demonstrating a commitment to the well-being of not only employees but all those who interact with it.”

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