Following on from our previous blog, We're with you every step of the way!, the appetite to help and engage with RoSPA Awards Entrants extends to the whole RoSPA Health & Safety Awards team. We caught up with two more members of the RoSPA team, Julia Small and Letty Hill, to find out how they... Continue Reading →
Thinking of entering the RoSPA Health & Safety Awards for the first time? On the face of it, it can seem quite daunting. So to make life a little easier, we put together this little infographic to show you just how simple it is to begin your awards journey.
After only a few months into the year, 2020 is already proving to be more exciting than ever. This March, RoSPA will be launching our first ever Awards Excellence Forum in India. Taking place on Tuesday March 24, at L&T Campus in Chennai, this free event is a phenominal example of just how far the awards scheme reaches across the globe....
Wills Bros Civil Engineering Ltd. first entered the RoSPA Awards back in 2017, winning a Silver RoSPA Award. Since then, they've continued to enter, pushing themselves to win a Gold Award in 2018 and then again in 2019. We spoke to Kieran Doona, Health and Safety Manager at Wills Bros Civil Engineering Ltd. to find out more about their awards journey over the last three years...
With almost 2000 RoSPA Awards entrants and even with the extra day available in 2020, bringing the best out in this global network needed extra pairs of hands
In our latest ‘Meet the Winners’ blog post, we spoke to Ian Hutchinson, Health, Safety & Compliance Officer at Clarion Response who achieved a Gold Medal Fleet Award in 2019. Read on to find out why year after year, Clarion continue to enter our prestigious awards….
350 exhibitors, 15,000 safety professionals and only 3 days. That’s not to mention the stellar list of guest speakers, the IOSH 2015 conference or the annual RoSPA Awards If you’ve visited the Safety and Health Expo before, you’ll know that there’s an awful lot to see and do and not a great amount of time... Continue Reading →