The accolades keep on coming for Spencer Rail after it was awarded two Bronze Awards in The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents Safety Awards 2014.
The two awards were for Spencer’s work on its Gravesend Station Remodelling project and East Kent Resignalling project.
Tom Kerins, Operations Director at Spencer Rail, said: “To be awarded not one but two RoSPA Safety Awards is a fantastic achievement by both teams at East Kent and Gravesend. Both projects were extremely challenging but have been delivered with safety at the forefront of the works.
“At Spencer we pride ourselves on our safety record and are determined to ensure all of works are delivered safely. It is another feather in the cap of Spencer Rail and I congratulate everyone who has worked on the projects.”
Spencer was one of 12 companies and the only business in the rail industry to win a Bronze Award.
According to RoSPA, Bronze Award winners have demonstrated that they have the essential elements of health and safety management systems in place and are working towards a fully robust health and safety regime.
The RoSPA Safety Awards are internationally recognised and have fast become the most sought after accolade by organisations from every sector.
This key fixture in the health and safety calendar offers organisations a prime opportunity to prove their ongoing commitment to raising health and safety standards and to be a part of the longest running and most highly respected occupational safety awards programme.