Morrison Utility Services is celebrating after its latest groundbreaking school safety initiative, Safety at Roadworks, was named winner of the Society of British Water and Wastewater Industries (SBWWI) 2013 ‘People Award’.
Dr David Smoker, Chairman, SBWWI commented:“The People Award is always difficult to judge as the entries are so very different. The judges were hugely impressed by Morrison Utility Services’ approach to promoting public safety and community engagement and its use of animation to deliver important safety messages to a key, high-risk audience - primary school age children. Also important in the decision was the incredibly good feedback scores from participating schools and the subsequent adoption of the scheme by Morrison Utility Services clients.”
Paul Kerridge, Safety, Health, Environment and Quality Director, Morrison Utility Services, said: “We are delighted that the Safety at Roadworkscampaign has been so well received and is emulating the success of its predecessor, Jack’s Lucky Escape. These education campaigns provide our customer liaison teams across the UK with an opportunity to promote safe play around utility construction sites and to engage with primary schools in the communities that we are working in. It’s pleasing to see that both campaigns are now being adopted on a number of our client contracts including Southern Water, Thames Water,Yorkshire Water and National Grid.
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