TSK win two health and safety awards
TSK are elated to announce that they have won two Health and Safety awards from Instant Group.
They have recognised our work on projects in Stoke and Leeds, by awarding us with the Health and Safety Award for Best Contractor for the month of May, and the individual award for Health and Safety Best Practice for our own Site Manager, Danny Ross.
These awards reinforce the fantastic efforts by Danny, along with Leeds’ site manager Tony Todd, and Project Manager Muhammad Muazzam’s desire to ensure the highest standards are achieved.
This fantastic accomplishment is following the audits on our sites gaining an average score of 94%, as well as the initiatives, including the provision of occupational health checks for our subcontractors, being very well received. As a reward, Instant Group have made a £1000 donation to our nominated charity, Manchester Mind.
Danny said: “As the site manager on the project, this is massively appreciated for the work we do in difficult times. The support from our own Health and Safety Team has been great, and the contractors we had from a health and safety perspective, as well as their performance have been top notch. It is great news to be able to support such a deserving charity.”
Adam Pickering, Associate at Monaghans said: “TSK are one of the leading contractors on the programme, working with Instant Group and Monaghans, delivering projects to the highest standards. They have done a fantastic job on the project, and it is very well deserved. Within the construction industry, a stigma around talking about mental health remains, and this will go a long way in helping conversations to be had.”
Manchester Mind has been our designated charity for 2021, with money being raised from different activities throughout the year. The money has helped them to introduce two new listening services for young people who might be suffering with their mental health and a virtual wellbeing café, as well as helping to continue the free impartial advice for adults around welfare for adults.
Joanna Huddart, Fundraising Manager at Manchester Mind said: “Thank you for your kind support during the pandemic. With your help we can continue to be there for young people and adults in Manchester who’re struggling with their mental health. We really appreciate your generosity during these difficult times.”
25 October 2021