Tradebe INUTEC Attends the RoSPA Centenary Royal Garden Party

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The RoSPA Centenary Royal Garden Party held at Buckingham Palace was attended Tradebe INUTEC
At Tradebe Inutec we are committed to providing the industry best practice in Safety, Health, Environment and Quality performance that our customers demand from us. Operating on a Nuclear Licensed site, it is essential that we deliver consistently high performance in all SHEQ areas to provide waste management solutions to our customers safely and reliably. As Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) Gold Award and President’s Award winners, we continue to receive recognition of the highest standard for our ongoing safety performance.
With the Patronage of Her Majesty the Queen, the RoSPA was granted approval to hold a Royal Garden Party as the pinnacle of the charity’s centenary celebrations. RoSPA’s beginnings were forged during the First World War in response to road safety issues caused by black-out conditions and concern about pedestrian safety. Action needed to be taken and on the 1st December 1916 the London ‘Safety First’ Council was formed. Basic pedestrian road safety advice was introduced, resulting in a 70% decrease in fatal accidents in which pedestrians were struck by vehicles. From these early roots in road safety, RoSPA are now active in a variety of safety areas across the UK.
The garden party provided an opportunity for members, award winners and supporters to join staff and volunteers in celebrating a century of dedication to saving lives and reducing injuries. Garden parties are normally reserved for several organisations combined, with up to 8,000 guests. On this occasion however, RoSPA was the only organisation present, with around 3,500 guests, making it a more intimate event. As a long standing member of RoSPA and a current recipient of the RoSPA President’s Award Tradebe INUTEC was invited to attend.
We are delighted to have attended this very special event to celebrate the important work of the RoSPA over the last 100 years.

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