Health and safety work leads to vic­tory

Gloucestershire Echo - - ARMISTICEDAY 100 YEARS ON -


GLOUCES­TER-BASED firm Ad­vanced In­su­la­tion has been awarded first place in the Health and Safety cat­e­gory, and sec­ond place in Busi­ness Strat­egy and Growth, at the Re­gional EEF Fu­ture Man­u­fac­tur­ing Awards held at the Lei­ths at Beaulieu Mo­tor Mu­seum, in Hampshire.

The com­pany was up against com­pe­ti­tion from a range of busi­nesses from across the re­gion and se­lected by a panel of judges drawn from busi­ness lead­ers, in­dus­try ex­perts and aca­demics.

Dan How­ell, Group QHSE Man­ager at Ad­vanced In­su­la­tion, com­mented, “Noth­ing is more im­por­tant to our busi­ness than the health and safety of our work­force.

“The safety cul­ture change ini­tia­tive that we in­tro­duced has been bought into by all within the global or­gan­i­sa­tion, from the se­nior man­age­ment team to the shop floor.

“This has led to a dra­matic im­prove­ment in safety per­for­mance.”

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