Thursday September 24, 2020

Gold winner Leo Lynch has safety at the heart of its ethos

Another top award for the engineering firm

30th October, 2016
Derek Murphy, associate director, HSEQ, Leo Lynch; Mandy Nelson, chair, Northern Ireland Safety Group; Fergal McKevitt, secretary, National Irish Safety Organisation; Pat Breen TD, Minister for Employment and Small Business; and Mick O’Connor, technical manager, Irving Oil Whitegate Refinery

Another year, another top award for Leo Lynch, as it won the Gold award, the second highest available at this year’s 25th annual Occupational Safety Awards.

It follows on from success in 2014 and 2015 when the company, established in 1956, won the Regional (East) Safety Award in both years.

Derek Murphy, associate director of HSEQ, said: “Leo Lynch is a company which believes in ‘Zero Harm’. It puts employee occupational health, safety and welfare [OHSW]...

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