Ten out of ten for Clean Room Construction safety
Clean Room Construction Ltd (CRC) in Kent is celebrating after scooping an international safety award for the 10th year in a row from one of the world’s leading safety training and advisory bodies.
The British Safety Council has awarded CRC its 10th International Safety Award in recognition of its commitment to health and safety policies, plans, practices, training and culture.
The coveted award was made following a rigorous assessment by an independent panel.
Clean Room Construction Director, Steve Lawton, said: "Health and safety is our number one priority at all times and so we are extremely proud of this achievement. To have received such prestigious recognition year after year for our positive safety culture is testament to the attitude, commitment, experience and expertise of everyone at CRC".
"The award demonstrates to existing and potential customers that when they choose Clean Room Construction, they are doing business with a consistently safe, professional team. In the current economic climate this gives us a powerful competitive edge."
CRC’s headquarters are in Rochester in Kent but the company is a leading specialist in the design and build of clean rooms and containment facilities for science and technology sectors right across the UK and overseas.