Reference Point, the UK’s market-leading competency management technology provider, are delighted to announce that the Health & Safety Passport Steering Group is a finalist in the SECBE Constructing Excellence Awards 2019.
As part of Highways England’s 5-year Health and Safety Plan, Action 38, the Health & Safety Passport Steering Group was created and has been instrumental in transforming the way the network’s workforce is managed; whether directly employed or in the supply chain. The Health & Safety Passport Steering Group comprises a unique and powerful collaboration between representatives from Tier 1 and 2 suppliers, Highways England, Lantra, Reference Point and Mitie.
The Constructing Excellence Awards are unique in their recognition of outstanding built environment companies and projects that have delivered improvements in all-round performance through collaborative working and a real desire to make a difference. The aim of the awards is to recognise the best and inspire the rest. The Steering Group has been shortlisted for the Health, Safety and Wellbeing category and the Integration and Collaborative Working category.
Returning for its 13th year, the Constructing Excellence SECBE Awards identify exceptional winners. The rigorous judging process, Gala Dinner and Awards Brochure reflect the high quality, innovation and inspiration of all those involved. Winners will be announced at the Awards Ceremony on 27 June 2019.
Tanya Morris, Business Development Director at Reference Point said: “I am delighted that the Steering Group has received recognition of our commitment to ensuring all those that work on or for the Highways England network go home safe and well.”
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