UK Nippon Gases sites secure top honours in 2024 safety awards

Nippon Gases UK Ltd, Wilton, and Nippon Gases Offshore, Dyce, stand among the distinguished few in the 66th edition of the International Safety Awards, clinching a coveted Distinction, alongside 267 other organisations globally.

Launched six decades ago, the International Safety Awards spotlight companies worldwide that have showcased a commitment to preventing workplace accidents and promoting employee well-being throughout the preceding year.

Out of the 1,124 honourees in 2024, representing diverse sectors such as construction, manufacturing, and energy, 269 received a ‘Distinction’.

Mike Robinson, Chief Executive of the British Safety Council, commented on the achievement, stating, “The British Safety Council applauds Nippon Gases UK Ltd, Wilton, and Nippon Gases Offshore, Dyce on their achievement.

“The award is to recognise their commitment and hard work to keep their employees and workplaces free of injury and ill health.”

436 entities were awarded a Merit, while 399 achieved a Pass, reflecting varying degrees of safety excellence.

Mark Tartaglia, HSEQ Manager at Nippon Gases UK&I, said, “It is a great achievement to be recognised in consecutive years for the hard work our people are putting into health and safety at our sites.” 

He emphasised the collective effort behind the success, affirming the organisation’s commitment to maintaining the highest safety standards amidst the challenges encountered in 2023.

The award came just days before Nippon Gases Europe announced the retirement of President Eduardo Gill, who is to be replaced by Raoul Giudici.

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