RoSPA recognises FMA’s safety record

30 November 2007

Project management, process control and solutions integration specialist, FMA Process Engineering, of Lichfield, has won a RoSPA Occupational Health and Safety Silver Award.

The award was presented at the Hilton Hotel, National Exhibition Centre. It follows the company’s recent NEBOSH examination successes, its SAFEcontractor accreditation status and its appointment as a British Safety Council Registered (BSC) Training Centre.

David Rawlins, awards manager at RoSPA, said: ‘FMA Process Engineering have demonstrated how seriously they take health and safety management and are a fine example to many other companies. We would like to see more organisations take their lead.’

With its recently secured BSC Registered Centre Agreement, FMA can now deliver the BSC Awards Level 1 Certificate in Health and Safety at Work and hold examinations at its premises.

All BSC Level 1 Certificate in Health and Safety at Work courses provided by FMA will be run by process engineering director, Geoff Fisher and project manager, Steve McGuinness. Both individuals successfully sat their NEBOSH National General Certificate examination in June 2006 and are committed to the highest levels of workplace health and safety. They are also spearheading the company’s drive towards obtaining accreditation to BS OHSAS 18001:2007 – the Occupational Health and Safety Management System.

McGuinness said FMA’s reputation for safety was well recognised.

‘The RoSPA Silver Award demonstrates the critical importance we place on accident prevention, whilst our BSC accreditation means we can now actively assist others in reaching high levels of Health & Safety in the workplace,’ he said.


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