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Legal & General wins RoSPA award

Legal & General was recently awarded the Commercial and Business Services Sector Award 2004 presented by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents at its 48th annual awards ceremony.

Legal & General received the award for demonstrating four years of continuously improving health and safety performance with a high standard of safety policy and commitment.

David Walker, awards manager at RoSPA, says: “Legal & General has demonstrated an excellent health and safety management system, and is a fine example to other companies in the UK. RoSPA would like to see more organisations following its lead.”

Bryan Taylor, health and safety coordinator at Legal & General, says: “We are delighted to be recognised for our ongoing commitment to improving and encouraging best practice in health and safety management.”

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