Mech-Tool Engineering is known in the North East for being a leading designer, manufacturer and supplier of a range of fire, blast and heat hazard solutions. Building on their reputation. The company has been awarded one of the most prestigious Occupational Health and Safety Awards on offer in the UK.
Mech-Tool Engineering has been awarded with an order of distinction as part of the annual award scheme held by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents. This prestigious award has been given to the Darlington based designer and manufacturer after maintaining an impressively high standard of health and safety. Mech-Tool Engineering first joined the annual awards programme in 2000 and during the time since then the company has excelled, receiving 17 consecutive Gold awards. The consistent success of the company is a reflection of its focus on enforcing the highest health and safety standards.
This prestigious accolade, awarded to celebrate such long running success and hard work is great news for Mech-Tool Engineering, who focuses on Health and Safety in all of their operations. The success of the company has been recognised year on year with the presentation of the Gold awards, but now the company has received extra and well-deserved recognition to their long standing Health and Safety commitment.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) Awards has been in recognising excellence in businesses of all shapes and sizes throughout the UK and overseas. The businesses that enter the annual awards scheme are judged on their complete occupational health safety management systems, including practices that could have an impact such as leadership and the involvement of the wider workforce.
Mech-Tool Engineering is a Darlington based designer and manufacturer of fire, blast and hat hazard prevention solutions for a variety of clients. The company has offices dotted around the world including Aberdeen, Houston and Korea. The Mech-Tool Engineering manufacturing plants are located in Darlington, Teesside and in Busan, Korea.