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OCSC wins twice at the NISO Safety Awards

We are very proud to announce that O’Connor Sutton Cronin won the Consulting Engineers Award at the recent Annual NISO Safety Awards 2017. We also received a Consistent High Achiever award to mark the fifth year in a row that we have achieved distinction level or better.

Accepting OCSC NISO Awards

Photo (L-R): Mr. Harry Galvin, President NISO, Cormac Woods, OCSC and John Thompson, Incoming Chairman, Northern Ireland Safety Group

The NISO Annual Safety award competition involves a very thorough assessment of all OCSC Health and Safety policies and procedures including evidence of how they are implemented on a day to day level.

OCSC were able to demonstrate numerous examples of how our engineering designs take into account the General Principles of Prevention to design out risks and ensure projects we are involved in can be safely constructed and safely maintained.

Designing for Safety in Construction is a key part of how OCSC deliver all projects and we view the NISO Annual Safety Awards as a very useful barometer of our continual and ongoing compliance with our duties as designers under the Safety Health and Welfare at Work (Construction) Regulations. won the Consulting Engineers Award at the Annual NISO Safety Awards 2017.
We also received a Consistent High Achiever award to mark the fifth year in a row that we have achieved distinction level or better.

The NISO Annual Safety award competition involves a very thorough assessment of all OCSC Health and Safety policies and procedures including evidence of how they are implemented on a day to day level.

OCSC were able to demonstrate numerous examples of how our engineering designs take into account the General Principles of Prevention to design out risks and ensure projects we are involved in can be safely constructed and safely maintained.

Designing for Safety in Construction is a key part of how OCSC deliver all projects and we view the NISO Annual Safety Awards as a very useful barometer of our continual and ongoing compliance with our duties as designers under the Safety Health and Welfare at Work (Construction) Regulations.