Weir Minerals Europe receives regional health and safety award
The Todmorden Head Office and manufacturing facility which is part of Weir Minerals Europe has won the prestigious health and safety award for innovative workplace practices.
The facility received the regional award at this year’s EEF Future Manufacturing Awards, for the Health and Safety category, which celebrates good health and safety practice in the workplace.
The panel of judges, made up of business leaders, industry experts and academics, was impressed with the way employee engagement was used to promote a culture of health and safety excellence throughout the company.
Weir Minerals Todmorden will now go forward to compete for the national EEF Future Manufacturing Awards, Health and Safety category, which will be awarded at a gala awards dinner in London in January 2018.
The company, which employs 412 staff at its foundry in Todmorden, manufactures wear-resistant, highly engineered products to include the renowned Warman® slurry pumps, Cavex® hydrocyclones and Isogate® valves which are suitable for a diverse range of sectors including mining and minerals processing, aggregates, water and industry in general.
Daniel Carr, Weir Minerals Regional SHE Manager, said: “The award highlights the team’s hard work and dedication to health and safety excellence. This puts us firmly on the map as an innovative company and highlights the valuable contribution Weir Minerals make towards improving working environments. We are now looking forward to the national finals in January.”
Terry Scuoler CBE, CEO at EEF, added: “Boosting health and safety in the workplace leads to significant improvements in employee wellbeing and operational efficiency – and manufacturers are leading the way. The Weir Minerals Europe Todmorden facility justly deserves this award for the fantastic work that they have done to improve their health and safety culture. We wish them the best of luck for the national finals.”
For more information about the awards visit: www.eef.org.uk/awards/.
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