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Dyer & Butler Director Steve Broom wins RoSPA award

Posted 24 June 2019 · Add Comment

Dyer & Butler Director of Safety, Sustainability & Training Steve Broom has been announced as the winner of the Influencer of the Year Award at the 2019 RoSPA Inspiration Awards.

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) Inspiration Awards recognises individuals, teams and projects that are a source of inspiration and pride. The Influencer of the Year category is awarded to an individual whose dynamism, enthusiasm and positivity has helped to influence others and make the biggest impact in health and safety either at work or in the community over the past 12 months.

Dyer & Butler Managing Director Neil Edwards commented: “Steve has a proven track record of bringing high standards of excellence to the health and safety of Dyer & Butler, working with our operational teams to deliver safe solutions to construction problems.

“He is an advocate for unlocking opportunities for individuals enabling them to progress within Dyer & Butler and identifies and encourages individuals throughout the Company, motivating them to strive for continuous improvement within SHEQ, inspiring them to become SHEQ advisors.

“Steve’s dedication to his team, his supportive nature and open-door policy makes him a worthy recipient of this award. He has earned the respect of his immediate team and colleagues and is an asset to us all.”



Steve Broom (above) added: “It’s an honour to receive this award from RoSPA, who set such high standards for Health and Safety in our industry. I’m thrilled to be recognised for advocating the importance of health & safety within Dyer & Butler, helping us to achieve important safety milestones such as one million hours worked without sustaining a RIDDOR reportable injury incident within our aviation and electrical divisions, and the development of our close call app.”

 


 

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