Cavendish Nuclear wins internationally recognised health and safety accolade from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA)

Cavendish Nuclear have scooped both the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) President’s Award for 13 Consecutive Gold Awards and, in addition, have also achieved our first President’s Fleet Safety Award (10 consecutive Gold Awards) which recognises our robust road risk management programme in order to manage our greatest risk – driving.

The RoSPA Awards is one of the most prestigious and recognised health and safety schemes in the world with almost 2,000 entries every year from more than 50 countries, with a total reach of over seven million employees. Running for nearly 70 years, it recognises and rewards organisations, individuals and teams that go above and beyond to achieve health and safety excellence.

Paul Unsworth, Cavendish Nuclear SHEQR Director, said:

“These awards are a fantastic achievement and are fitting recognition of the commitment to continued excellence in health, safety and welfare by everyone in Cavendish Nuclear through being People Who Do The Right Thing. Congratulations to everyone across Cavendish Nuclear for your vigilance, your ownership and involvement and thank you RoSPA for these prestigious awards”

Julia Small, RoSPA’s Achievements Director, said:

“Accidents at work and work-related ill health don’t just have huge financial implications or cause major disruption – they significantly impact an individual’s quality of life. That’s why good safety performance deserves to be recognised and rewarded.

“We are thrilled that Cavendish Nuclear has won these RoSPA Awards and would like to congratulate them on showing an unwavering commitment to keeping their employees, clients and customers safe from accidental harm and injury.”

The RoSPA Awards scheme is the longest-running of its kind in the UK, and receives entries from organisations across the globe, making it one of the most sought-after achievement awards for the health and safety industry.