University of Northampton awarded International Safety Award with Merit from British Safety Council

News Page 12th November 2015

Every year, the BSC runs award schemes which allow organisations to benchmark their performance in health, safety and environmental management. The International Safety Management Awards require organisations to demonstrate they have sound health and safety management systems in place, and assessment covers 12 areas including emergency planning, health hazards and objective setting.

The University has been awarded an International Safety Award with Merit (with a score of 53 out of 60).  This was the University’s first attempt at such a prestigious award, and is a terrific achievement and testament to how the University currently manages health and safety.The award provides a great benchmark from which we will be able to further develop and strengthen the management of health and safety within the University.”

Paul Bradley, Health & Safety Manager
Applications for the International Safety Award are marked by one of four independent adjudicators who are members of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH), appointed and trained by the British Safety Council.

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