The internationally renowned RoSPA Health and Safety Awards – the UK’s longest-running industry awards scheme – has recognised SCE’s standards working with its clients and at its premises in Tyler Street, Wincobank.
As a result, the 100-plus workforce at the family firm is celebrating achieving the RoSPA gold award – for the third time.
SCE’s key operations involve maintaining and repairing thousands of cranes across the UK through its nationwide network of crane engineers,
Operations Director James Eastwood said: “Health and safety is the number one priority at Street Cranexpress. We are constantly reviewing and improving our policies and procedures to ensure that all our employees, customers and the general public are free from harm at all times.
“We are delighted that our efforts have not gone unnoticed, but rather recognised and rewarded by achieving a Gold honour for the third time.”
In addition to the routine refresher health and safety training, SCE ensures each engineer is trained to the LEEA Foundation Course with the plan to progress to the LEEA Advanced Course.
James added: “We strongly believe in making sure our engineers receive training that contributes to high quality working practises on customer sites.”