Natta announce our Love Award (‘Live Our Values Everyday’) winners for September 2017.
The award for Safety went to Magnus Alestrand and also to Paul Joyce.
Magus showed great dedication by working late and also travelling a long distance to fix an electrical issue. He stayed late to sort the problem as well as ensuring that the site was safe before heading home. Paul was also awarded for implementing a safe working regime whilst excavating pipe trenches, utilising: trench boxes, handrail, fencing and top boxes.
Terence Labuschagne won the Collaboration award for his close working relationship with Skanska’s Planners.
The award for showing Expertise went to Cosmin Corman. He made adjustments to a template for our Solicitors which our system and our IT Company were unable to do.
Dominic Davison and Bob Perfect both won the Teamwork award.
Dominic received great feedback from a Natta client for his work on a project in Oxford. They commented, “I think it is really good practice and backs up your safe system of work, as per RAMS. This gives the opportunity to identify foreseeable risk and demonstrates competency and pro-active monitoring as a trade contractor. I really like the fact you are doing this, and think it is a credit to the way you and your team are managing your works to allow safe execution.”
Bob also won for this category. Following an incident with a machine operator on site at Milton Keynes, Bob noticed that the Tipper Lorries were backing up. He took it upon himself to operate the Excavator and also load the Lorries to help keep the site clear.
Dave Carter demonstrated Integrity by being diligent towards our cleaning screener.
Quality was awarded to Ermin Mema. He placed the drainage through a river, controlled the water, which created a stable platform and completed the run.
Lastly, Marc Phillips showed Sustainability. He demonstrated an efficient use of plant. He loaded dumpers for pipework operation for a short duration whilst there was only one excavator on site.
Well done everyone, enjoy your recognition and keep up the good work.