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World leading provider of engineering solutions, Boulting Group, has been awarded the prestigious Order of Distinction in recognition of its outstanding safety, health and environmental (SHE) performance at the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) Occupational Health and Safety Awards 2016.
At a ceremony on Tuesday 21 June 2016, ExCel London, Boulting scooped this top category award following its landmark achievement of 22 consecutive Gold Awards. The internationally recognised RoSPA awards have become the most sought after accolade by organisations across industry, offering companies the opportunity to prove their ongoing commitment to the highest standards in health and safety management systems, including practices such as leadership and workforce involvement.
Terry Marston, SHE Director at Boulting Group said: “We are extremely proud to receive the Order of Distinction in the RoSPA Awards, testament to the continued hard work and effort of all our employees and supply chain partners in achieving the highest standards of health and safety performance. We remain committed to our key strategy of becoming the partner of choice for our global client base.”
Julie Small, RoSPA’s head of awards and events, added: “To win a highly regarded RoSPA award is a great achievement. This year is doubly special for our winners as the RoSPA Awards celebrates its diamond anniversary, a ringing endorsement of the thousands of organisations that have committed to continuous improvement in accident and ill-health prevention.”
Boulting Group specialises in the provision of multi-discipline engineering services, offering front end design, detailed design, project management and fabrication, manufacture, construction, commissioning and validation to a broad range of industrial sectors such as pharmaceutical, energy, nuclear, chemical, petro-chemical, utilities (water), data communications and infrastructure, with a key focus on controlled/regulated environments such as COMAH, ATEX, cleanroom, sterile and GMP.