Cushman & Wakefield’s Birmingham-based property asset management team has won three gold awards in a prestigious annual national health and safety awards.
The golds were won at the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents Occupational Health and Safety Awards 2015.
It is the fifth year running that Cushman & Wakefield’s property asset management team has won gold, and the 14th award that the firm has won in total.
The RoSPA awards is the longest running of its kind in the UK, and is now in its 59th year. The awards looks not only at accident records, but also entrants’ overarching health and safety management systems, including areas such as leadership and workforce involvement.
The judging panel, made up of the Health & Safety Executive, the Institute of Occupational Health & Safety and Learning & Skills Council amongst others, described the Cushman & Wakefield teams taking ‘a rigorous approach to occupational health and safety’ and demonstrating ‘high levels of compliance with control measures.’
The Cushman & Wakefield winning entries were described by the panel as showing ‘a rigorous approach to occupational health and safety’ and demonstrating ‘high levels of compliance with control measures.’
Michael Lewis, director of risk management at Cushman & Wakefield in Birmingham, said: "Cushman & Wakefield set the highest priority on risk management within all its facilities and property management operations, providing services and value in these areas to all customers, irrespective of size or operation.
“We are extremely please that the collective efforts of everybody involved in this year’s entries have been recognised by an awarding body as prestigious as RoSPA, all our staff across the UK are very proud to have won gold again."
Cushman & Wakefield’s property and asset management clients include: The Crown Estate, Royal Sun Alliance, Aviva, Standard Life Investments, Halifax, St Martin’s Property Investments, Everything Everywhere, Tesco and Hammerson.