Awards Case Studies
Find out more about our successful Occupational Health and Safety Awards in these case studies.
Valuable members of the Awards Excellence Forum, Gatwick Airport have achieved a plethora of Awards, including Highly Commended in Construction Commercial, Industry Sector Award in 2017.
Year after year, Awards Excellence Forum members Travis Perkins continue to win awards across their organisation for their health and safety excellence.
After winning a Gold Award in 2017, the NEC Group are now proactive members of RoSPA's Awards Excellence Forum.
High achieving RoSPA Award winners and Awards Excellence Forum members, AS Watson Group continue to be recognised for their outstanding health & safety performance.
Starting with only two staff handling small projects and sub-contracting works, Teambuild has over the last 25 years grown into a multi-disciplinary organisation.
Vulcan Refractories was formed in 1969 and for over 40 years has been honing their expertise by solving some of the most challenging refractory issues that industry can find.
South and City College Birmingham is a vocational college which offers students part time, full time and Apprenticeship courses from level 1 to higher education in a range of subjects.
Throughout the UK, Phillips 66 markets fuels under the JET brand. Safety, occupational health and the environment are top priorities for Phillips 66’s operations worldwide.
Sandwell Council were awarded for a number of areas showcasing their excellence and good practice in health and safety.
Quadratek, one of the UKs leading providers of IT services and expertise were awarded a RoSPA Bronze Award.
Awarded a Bronze Award for their commitment to Health & Safety, Colchester Zoo have been able to set goals for staff to meet and exceed.
Andy Townsend, general manager of Lifeskills in Bristol, was presented with the Archangel Award by RoSPA after reaching tens of thousands of children and adults with safety advice.
RoSPA's Diamond Jubilee Award was presented to the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) in recognition of the safety and health achievements of the Big Build construction phase for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
GPIC's association with the annual RoSPA Occupational Health and Safety Awards is of particular note. Its journey through the scheme began in the early 1990s, when the organisation initially won a bronze achievement award.
GPIC Bahrain were selected as winners of the RoSPA 2005 Sir George Earle Trophy from a small number of closely matched finalists, all of whom exhibited an outstanding level of commitment and professionalism in the management of health and safety at work.