MTE has been successfully awarded its 20th consecutive Gold Award granted by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA). This prestigious annual scheme recognises those demonstrating the highest levels of health and safety standards in the workplace.
Organisations receiving a RoSPA Award are generally considered as being world-leaders in health and safety practice. The criteria monitor’s a company’s health and safety management systems including practices such as leadership and workforce involvement.
MTE has worked hard to ensure its staff, clients and contractors are provided with the correct equipment and relevant training to remain safe each working day. The company has continued to win the RoSPA Gold accreditation since joining the scheme in 2000 and will continue to invest and prioritise the safety of the MTE team.
The award was presented by Darlington’s MP, Peter Gibson at the firm’s Darlington Head Quarters facility on Wednesday 9th June 2021, Peter Gibson said:
I was delighted to visit MTE on the occasion of their being awarded a gold distinction for the 20th consecutive year.
As a Darlington based company exporting precision engineering all over this world, this accolade is testament to the skill talent and ability that lives here in the North East.
MTE Head of Governance Compliance, George Hodgson said, “The RoSPA achievement awards enhance the company’s reputation and safety credentials that in turn inspire confidence with current and potential new customers. It is also recognition of the consistent good performance of all our staff during our association with the RoSPA award scheme.”
The photograph above shows from left to right: George Hodgson, Head of Governance Compliance and Peter Gibson, Darlington MP at Mech-Tool Engineering.