A big congratulations to Alice Warren and Chris Dean for their winning ideas for our brand new Safety Logo – created as part of our Behavioural Change programme. They each scooped a prize of £50 Tesco vouchers for their innovative and original designs.
The winning logo was a combination of Alice’s “Safety doesn’t have a day off” and Chris’ “Safety in our hands” straplines. This logo will be printed on all our internal correspondence, alongside being embroidered onto work wear later in the year.
The Behavioural Change programme focuses on the perception and attitudes towards safety held by our employees and aims to steer behaviour such that any incidents, positive interventions, or concerns can be raised in confidence, helping to improve general safety within the workforce.
Jo Ewart-Sear commented: “We were inundated with entries for this competition and I would like to thank all Whitehouse employees who entered their designs. We aim to have the logo printed on all work wear by the end of the year and hope that it serves as a reminder of our dedicated commitment to the safety of not only the entire Whitehouse workforce, but any person that enters an active Whitehouse site.”