Chubb's systems business will receive the Gold Award from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) for the second consecutive year for its approach to Occupational Health and Safety.
The award will be accepted by Steve Cottrell, Chubb Environmental, Health and Safety Manager, at the 2014 RoSPA Occupational Health and Safety Awards at London’s ExCeL on June 17.
“The Gold RoSPA award is much sought after and not given lightly,” Cottrell said. “The recognition is testament to the value and importance we place on occupational health and safety and on the well-being of our employees overall. We regularly assess our processes to ensure continual improvement, which gives our customers confidence that they are working with a business and individuals they can trust.”
With a history dating back nearly 60 years, the RoSPA awards are the largest and longest-running programme of their kind in the UK. They recognise commitment to accident and illness prevention by assessing accident records and entrants’ health and safety management systems, as well as practices such as leadership and workforce involvement.