CLEAN’s Slough Laundry has been awarded a RoSPA Gold Fleet Safety Award, which champions excellence and improvement in the key area of managing occupational road risk.
The transport department at the world-class super laundry located on Slough Trading Estate has been awarded a RoSPA Gold Fleet Safety Award for its health and safety protocols, working hard to ensure the safety of its drivers and, in turn, other road users.
Organisations receiving a RoSPA Award are recognised as being world-leaders in health and safety practice. Every year, nearly 2,000 entrants vie to achieve the highest possible accolade in what is the UK’s longest-running health and safety industry awards. The Fleet Safety Awards follow RoSPA’s Managing Occupational Road Risk (MORRTM) principles and are judged on verifiable historical performance data of accidents and the identification of an effective, cohesive corporate road risk management programme.
CLEAN’s Head of Transport, Peter Cox said: “This is the second year that the Slough Transport team have tested transport safety projects by entering the ROSPA Fleet Safety Awards. I am very pleased that their efforts and focus on reducing occupational road risk and their ability to demonstrate continuous improvement in all areas of fleet safety has been rewarded.
“The team are delighted to have achieved the Gold Award Standard, building upon last year’s Silver Award. Throughout CLEAN we are already planning further improvements and initiatives for the coming year. This achievement has provided a new standards benchmark and acted as a catalyst to further motivate our transport teams across all CLEAN sites for future projects and initiatives of occupational road risk and fleet safety management.”
In July CLEAN was awarded its ninth consecutive company-wide RoSPA Gold Medal Award for maintaining high standards in all aspects of health and safety.