We have been named as a finalist for two coveted NJUG (National Joint Utilities Group) awards.
The first short listing in the ‘Safety’ category recognises MUS for its ‘Aiming for Zero Harm’ approach to safe street works that incorporates the training of a competent and responsible workforce and working with other road users and members of the public to assure their safety and wellbeing at all times.
The second short listing in the ‘Avoiding Damage to Underground Assets’ category recognises MUS for a multi-strand approach to protecting both workers and underground assets during street works activity that has led to significant year on year improvements in reducing third party damage and injury.
The NJUG Awards have become a fixture in the utility street works and Parliamentary calendars, showcasing examples of industry best practice and innovation with the aim of raising standards and reducing disruption to road users.
This year’s Awards will be held at the House of Commons on 18th November and will be hosted by the Chair of the Transport Select Committee, Louise Ellman MP. Andrew Jones MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Department for Transport and Bob Gallienne, CEO of NJUG, will also be speaking at the event.
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