Winning streak for Leo Lynch

More awards highlight consistently excellent approach to safety standards at Leo Lynch Engineering Contractors

5th November, 2017
Harry Galvin, president, National Irish Safety Organisation; Dennis Brennan, EHS adviser, Leo Lynch; Adrian Eade, EHS adviser, Leo Lynch; Tomás Byrne, EHS adviser, Leo Lynch; Janet Farrington, EHSQ administrator, Leo Lynch; Derek Murphy, associate director, HSEQ, Leo Lynch; Philip Lynch, EHS adviser, Leo Lynch, and John Thompson, vice chairperson, Northern Ireland Safety Group

Another year and more awards for Leo Lynch Engineering Contractors as they collected both the Higher Distinction and the Consistent High Achiever Awards at the 26th annual Occupational Safety Awards. The Consistent High Achiever Award is awarded to organisations and bodies which have achieved awards of distinction or higher in each of the past five years.

This outstanding achievement follows Leo Lynch’s success in 2016 when the company, established 60 years earlier, won the Gold...

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