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Awards success as R&HA makes shortlist

R&HA was in exalted company as we were named as a finalist in the 2019 Safety & Health Excellence (SHE) Awards.

R&HA were shortlisted for the Health and Safety Team of the Year Award, sponsored by NEBOSH, at the glittering black tie ceremony, held in April, at the Vox, in Birmingham.

TV comedian Sean Lock, hosted the event, which saw us rub shoulders with a host of well-known brands including AstraZeneca, Arnold Clark, Quorn and the Football Association.

The SHE Awards, held in conjunction with the British Safety Industry Federation, aim to celebrate achievements in the health, safety, security and fire sectors. They promote the importance of innovation and underline the highest standards of excellence within occupational safety and health.

More than 200 entries were received for the 2019 awards, across ten categories.

The Team of the Year category reflected organisations’ commitment to celebrating best practice in the health and safety industry. It is awarded to health and safety teams that make a real difference to their business, while inspiring others with their performance and achievements.

Paul Wheeldon said:

“It was a great evening at the SHE Awards and while it was slightly disappointing not to have come home with the trophy, the fact that we were a finalist was fantastic and really highlights the importance we place on health and safety here at R&HA.

“It has been a significant 12 months for us on this front. We became the first company in the automotive logistics sector to achieve the new ISO 45001 standard in Occupational Health and Safety Management, which highlights just how much focus we place on this critical part of our business.

“Holding the accreditation is one thing. Getting shortlisted as a finalist for this prestigious award is proof that we are doing great things here at R&HA and are committed to creating a safe, healthy and happy place to work, for our people, our suppliers and our customers.”

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