Company collects prestigious award for high-quality health and safety performance in 2022
TEREX MP have picked up a Bronze Award from RoSPA, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, for demonstrating high-quality health and safety performance during 2022.
The RoSPA Awards are one of the most prestigious and recognized schemes in the world, with almost 2,000 entries every year across almost 50 countries and a reach of over 7 million employees.
Zara Baird, HSE director at Terex MP, commented: ‘Well done to the Terex MP HSE teams around the UK who supported our 2022 RoSPA award submission. ROSPA’s vision is to have ‘life free from serious accidental injury’, which resonates well with our Terex Zero Harm safety vision, where safety is our absolute way of life.
‘The industry recognition from RoSPA is important as we wanted to benchmark our safety performance against other manufacturing companies. We also wanted unbiased opinions of our performance. The teams put together an excellent submission, involving 80 pieces of supporting evidence. The process of applying has contributed to the development of our HSE professionals involved.’
The Terex MP sites in the UK applied for the ‘Competitive Manufacturing’ award, which required the teams to demonstrate a robust and high-quality safety management system, together with a minimum of four years’ ‘consistently excellent or continuously improving’ health and safety performance.
The sites were able to demonstrate a high-quality safety management system within Terex MP’s Northern Ireland (excluding Cookstown, which was only acquired in April 2022) and Coalville locations.
The awards ceremony, which took place in Glasgow on 26 May 2023, was attended by Niall McClelland, senior HSE advisor at Terex Dungannon, and Charlotte Scott, HSE administrator at Terex Omagh, who collected the award on behalf of the Terex MP sites in the UK.