Winners of CHSG Annual Awards 2010

CHSG presents its training awards annually recognising and acknowledging individual company’s outstanding commitment to provide health and safety training for the benefit of its employees.

The Chairman’s Special Award is in recognition and appreciation of valuable and outstanding commitment to CHSG.

The Beaumont Safety Trophy is open to all and is awarded for the best new method of working for the prevention of accidents in the Construction Industry.

Geoffrey Osborne Ltd
Larger Company Category
Knight Harwood Ltd
Principal Contractor Category
Fairview New Homes
Housebuilding Category
Persimmon Homes Ltd
Outstanding Contribution to Training Category
ME Construction Ltd
New Member Category
Construction Project Services UK Ltd
Small Company Category
Lovell Partnerships Ltd
Specialist Contractor Category
A J Morrisroe & Sons Ltd
Specialist Contractor Category

Mike Robinson, President, presented the 2010 awards at the Group’s Annual Dinner which was held at the London Hilton in March 2011.

Chairman’s Special Award


The Chairman’s Special Award
being presented by Robert Hackett

This award, instigated in 2007, is in recognition and appreciation of valuable and outstanding services rendered to the Group. The winner of the 2010 award was Mr Sean Elson, Solicitor of  Pinsent Masons Ltd.

The award recognises Sean’s support and valuable services provided to CHSG over a number of years.

The Chairman’s Special Award sponsored by All Day Safety Services Ltd

The Beaumont Safety Trophy


The Beaumont Safety Trophy Winner,
Knight Harwood Ltd being presented
with the Trophy by sponsor
Shirley Parsons Associates.

 


Stair Master Ltd were awarded the highly
commended entry for the Beaumont
Safety Trophy 2010.

 

The Beaumont Safety Trophy is awarded for the best new device or method of working that is being implemented by the entrant for the prevention of accidents in the Construction Industry, whilst at the same time judged to have best furthered the objectives of the Construction Health & Safety Group.

These objectives are:

  • to improve occupational health and safety in the construction industry
  • to foster co-operation between government, employees and those who work in the construction industry
  • to study the health and safety training needs of the industry
  • to provide training in response to the identified need

Eligibility for the competition shall be limited to individuals, companies, organisations or educational establishments whose business or activities are associated with the Construction industry. 

Click here to download your entry form Beaumont Safety Trophy 2011

The Beaumont Safety Trophy for 2010 was presented to the winner at the Group’s Annual Dinner that was held on Thursday, 24th March 2011, at the London Hilton Hotel.