Posted 13th July

Ideal Bathrooms 'joins millionaires' club'

By KBBDaily on 13th July 2017 - 12:09pm

Ideal Bathrooms has joined the “millionaires' club” in terms of health and safety, meaning the company has gone one million working hours – around five years – without a single “lost hour's accident anywhere within the workforce”.

According to the company – which has become a member of its parent company St Gobain's 'Millionares' Club' – the club is “exclusively for the super-safe with only 259 businesses throughout the world who qualify”, with just 20 of those being in the UK.

“This is a very prestigious achievement,” said operations director Kim Kirby-Earnshaw, pictured right. “It’s even more impressive that this is Ideal Bathrooms' second successive time we have achieved this and our working environment is a challenging one for health and safety issues as the majority of our activity involves physical handling procedures.”

She added: “And that’s not the end. We continually strive to review our health and safety practices putting staff at the forefront of considerations. Making sure staff are happy and healthy reaps its rewards, because they are the ones who look after your business and help you to succeed.”

Pictured left to right: Ideal Bathrooms commercial director Danielle Lillis; EHS manager Paul Stott; and operations director Kim Kirby-Earnshaw


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