"As a company, we fully understand the importance of keeping all our employees fit and healthy and working within an environment in which they can operate safely and effectively", said in pleasure the CEO Adrian Pike from Anesco after receiving an award for its unmatched works.
Anesco has been awarded with `silver' in the RoSPA Occupational Health and Safety Awards 2012 held each year. The company keeps assurance of safety at the top, the report finds, and has been recognized by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents for its outstanding works for reduction of carbon emissions.
Different businesses, homeowners and local authorities work with Anesco, which combines biomass, insulation and solar PV-like energy efficiency technologies in order to cut carbon releases. The company gives the credit of achievement of its aims to its training and development programme currently also going.
Though, awards manager David Rawlins is of the opinion that the awards not only encourage the winners to keep on the good work. But, other companies are also motivated to conduct similar works, thereby raising their standards in terms of prevention of accident and ill health.
Besides, the `gold' position has been won by the Community Gateway Association (CGA). Sources have revealed that the group had won the same prize last year also.
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