08 Mar. 2012
Over 1 million hours worked accident free at Gyproc Dublin
Gyproc Dublin, supplier of plaster and plasterboard to the Irish construction industry and part of Saint-Gobain, the world leader in construction was awarded Millionaire Club Status for Health and Safety procedures. Peter Hindle MBE, General Delegate, Saint-Gobain UK, Ireland and South Africa, made the prestigious award at the site in Dublin to Brian Dolan, Managing Director.
The Millionaire Club award is made to a Saint-Gobain manufacturing site that has achieved 1 million man-hours worked accident-free, following a 12-step audit conducted by Saint-Gobain. The audit involves comprehensive interviews with staff members and a review of the Gyproc safety system.
“I am delighted to be visiting Dublin to award another one of our leading sites Millionaire Club Status. We now have 21 sites between The UK, Ireland and South Africa with over 1 million hours worked accident-free which is an incredible achievement. We are aiming to both maintain these standards and have several more sites join the Millionaire Club over the next year or two. The health and safety of all employees at Saint-Gobain is of paramount importance,” commented Peter Hindle MBE, General Delegate, Saint-Gobain UK, Ireland
and South Africa.
“We are dedicated to keeping our employees safe and making sure that they are coming to a workplace that adheres to clear health and safety standards. We are delighted to have joined the Millionaire Club, which is testament to the hard work of the health and safety team in Dublin” commented Brian Dolan, MD, Gyproc and Isover