Total Foodservice up for international awards
Catering supplier Total Foodservice is in the running for two international accolades thanks to its rigorous approach to health and safety.
As well as being shortlisted for the prestigious International Safety Award from the British Safety Council, Total Foodservice’s health and safety representative Radoslaw Kozlowski has also made it to the final five for the Health and Safety Champion award.
Blackburn resident Radoslaw was nominated by the senior management at Total Foodservice, and will attend a gala awards dinner at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel on 26 April where the winner will be announced.
The International Safety Awards, now in their 55th year, are open to organisations of all sizes across all industries and seeks to promote high standards of health and safety management practice in order to prevent workplace injury and ill health. Such incidents cost the UK economy upwards of £13billion per year according to the Health and Safety Executive.
Radoslaw’s manager Paul Nowell, operations director at Total Foodservice, said: “We selected to nominate Radoslaw as a result of his complete dedication to not only executing and promoting the stringent health and safety regulations the company has in place, but also suggesting sensible amendments to those policies and managing the change throughout the business.
“Just to be shortlisted is a massive achievement in itself and we’ll be cheering him along at the ceremony in London!”
Total Foodservice’s managing director, Simon Howarth, said: “The health and safety of our staff has always been of paramount importance to us throughout the four generations the family business has been operating. I would like to thank the entire Total Foodservice team for their dedication to taking a sensible approach to safety in the workplace. We’re delighted withRadoslaw’s contribution to that process and wish him every best of luck at the awards.”