Southdale set to receive RoSPA gold award

CONSTRUCTION and development specialist Southdale is set to receive one of the most prestigious accolades in the area of health and safety.

CONSTRUCTION and development specialist Southdale is set to receive one of the most prestigious accolades in the area of health and safety.

Southdale, which has worked with Kirklees Council on regeneration programmes in Huddersfield, will be presented with a gold award in May at this year’s Royal Society for the Prevention of Accident’s Occupational Health and Safety Awards in Birmingham.

The accolade comes in recognition of Southdale’s commitment to health and safety management, which includes working with industry specialists, suppliers, sub-contractors and clients.

Managing director Paul Moore (pictured) said: “This award goes to the heart of one of the most important functions within the construction industry, which is that of preserving the health and safety of those we employ and those living and working in and around our sites.”

Matthew Bostwick, health and safety manager for Southdale, said: “To have our hard work recognised in this manner is fantastic.

“We will continue to strive towards improving our health and safety protocols to ensure we are consistently raising the bar for ensuring first class health and safety provision for all our stakeholder groups.”

 

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