Davies Turner Group has achieved a Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) Gold Award for the third year running.
The freight forwarding and logistics group has received the award in recognition of the high standards of its health and safety performance during 2022.
This latest RoSPA Gold Award adds to Davies Turner's ISO14001:2015 Environmental Management System Certification that is in place at several of the group's regional distribution centres across the UK.
Carl Inman, group health & safety, insurance and environmental manager, said:: "In a very competitive awards scheme, to receive a Gold Award once is an achievement.
"To score a hat trick, with a Gold Award in each of the last three years, signposts Davies Turner’s ongoing commitment to continually improving the standards of health and safety within the workplace.
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“The latest award, along with our other certifications, adds to Davies Turner’s list of achievements in the field of internationally-recognised standards of quality, health & safety, and environmental management.
“It further demonstrates our commitment to all of the company’s stakeholders, including our clients that are increasingly seeking greater evidence that Davies Turner is fully engaged with environmental, social and compliance issues, as they seek reassurance that they are dealing with a company that fully understands and effectively manages its corporate social responsibilities.”
Alan Williams, director of Davies Turner PLC, who chairs the company’s health and safety meetings, added: ”A commitment to health and safety, as well as environmental responsibilities, underpins the freight forwarding and logistics activities provided by the company, as well as making sound business sense."