Office and corporate facility services provider Anabas has received an International Safety Award from the British Safety Council recognising its commitment to keeping its employees and workplaces healthy and safe.
Now in their 65th year, the International Safety Awards acknowledge organisations from around the world which demonstrate their commitment to preventing workplace injuries and work-related ill health.
The award was presented to the Anabas facilities management team at global advertising giant, WPP’s iconic Sea Containers building in London, which is led by account manager, Richard Bostelmann.
The award is reflective of the fantastic work the Anabas team does at Sea Containers, which includes the diligence to processes and the maintenance of our safety culture.
Bostelmann says: “I am thrilled that we have been awarded a merit for the International Safety Award.
“The award is reflective of the fantastic work the Anabas team does at Sea Containers, which includes the diligence to processes and the maintenance of our safety culture.
“The award is also a direct result of the guidance and governance provided by Anabas, and I am immensely proud of the achievement.”
Anabas has introduced workplace training programmes, rigorous external auditing and implemented market-leading health and safety software which analyses trends data to recommend safety improvements.
Managing director, Alistair Craig, says: “The importance of health, safety and wellbeing in the workplace is championed in all that we do at Anabas.
“This external recognition is fantastic validation and shows our commitment to keeping our people and customers safe in the workplace.”