Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents is Celebrating Their Centenary Year
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, or RoSPA, is celebrating their Centenary year, and as part of their annual awards scheme, house building company, Kier Living Eastern has been awarded the Gold Award. The already award winning company has been recognised this year by the association for their health and safety performance.
The RoSPA hands out this coveted accolade to companies who manage to display consistently high health and safety standards over the course of a number of years. This award is well known for being given to organisations that deliver the highest of standards in occupational health and safety, upheld over an extended period of time, therefore it is excellent news that Kier Living Eastern has been honoured with this prestigious accolade.
RoSPA, the family safety charity has awarded the Gold medal to the Bedfordshire based house building company as they have managed to show consistent high standards across their health and safety procedures in order to meet the requirements for the award. Kier Living is a company that will well known for delivering high quality homes across a range of markets; from one bedroomed apartments to five bedroomed luxury homes. The company is based in Sandy, Bedfordshire and has been in operation for over 70 years. This wealth of experience and persistent strive for excellence has gained the company a reputation for excellence and attention to detail in all aspects of the company, from design to construction and health and safety on the site. For this years awards, the judges for the RoSPA looked at the health and safety performances of the entrants between January 1st and December 31st 2016.
The RoSPA Awards are known worldwide for being the most prestigious awards for occupational health and safety. Kier managing to take home the Gold Award is a reflection of the company’s ambitions to deliver high standards and quality across their construction projects.