International safety double for Clugston team

By Scunthorpe Telegraph | Posted: 22 Jun 2018

TWO of Clugston Construction’s team have been honoured at the British Safety Council International Safety Awards 2018.

The black tie awards dinner, held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London, is regarded as a highlight of industry calendar, and was attended by organisations from around the world.

Mark Burnett, contract manager, was awarded the British Safety Council highly commended Champion Award for his commitment to making a demonstrable difference in health, safety and accident prevention. 

The award was presented for his personal initiative, diligence, enthusiasm and commitment and followed a recent award of a RoSPA Guardian Angel Award.

Health and safety advisor Puneet Bhardwaj received a British Safety Council Employee Wellbeing Initiative Award in recognition for promoting and demonstrating a proactive and effective approach.

Clugston’s group safety manager Mark Atkinson said: “I am delighted for Mark and Puneet, they both deserve this recognition for the way they have proactively embraced the culture of health and safety and helped drive it in the construction industry.”

This year marked the 60th anniversary of the awards.



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