The PEME team was recently awarded a British Safety Council International Safety Award for 2018. The prestigious award recognised and rewarded PEME’s work to deliver safe engineering services to a leading food manufacturer in Northampton.
The awards, now in their 60th year, are a milestone in the industry calendar and celebrate organisations that have demonstrated their commitment to preventing work-related injuries and ill health.
This year’s ceremony took place in London’s Grosvenor Hotel and was hosted by public personality, Reverend Richard Coles, Church of England priest, BBC Radio 4 presenter and former Strictly Come Dancing contestant.
This is the second consecutive year that PEME has won an award from the British Safety Council, testament to the team’s dedication to creating and maintaining safe working environments. The picture shows members of the PEME team and guests receiving the award from Lawrence Waterman, Chairman of the British Safety Council.
Ashley Maile, Managing Director, PEME, commented: “Each and every member of our team prioritises and promotes safe working. We continually work to identify and eliminate risks which ultimately prevents accidents taking place. This proactive approach is embedded in our culture and we are proud that our efforts have been recognised.”