Natta is delighted to announce the LOVE Award (‘Live Our Values Everyday’) winners for July 2018.
The award for Safety went to Gabriel Nedelcu. Gabriel went out of his way to perform reversing vehicle duties at our Wantage site. He noticed a dangerous situation on site and expertly guided the reversing vehicle out.
Dedication to Expertise went to Leone Leoluca and Xhavit Dauti.
Leone from our Hackbridge project won for his eager attitude towards learning. A colleague commented, “Leone started as a labourer. His skills progressed swiftly where he can now carry out all aspects of groundworks including laying drainage.” Xhavit won from our Barnet site. Xhavit supervised highly technical works on Phase 6, 7 & 8 whilst managing the gang on 278 works to comply with a short deadline.
Kevin Matthews at our Arborfield site won the Integrity award for completing the site appraisals first. He also had a record of 50% good and 50% excellent in how the teams rated each other’s performance.
Our Quality award went to Paul Dakin, Aslla Gjoni and James Weiner also from our Barnet project. They hand-picked asbestos for 30 days in a row from Monday to Saturday. They kept the good work up with no reported failures from the Treatment Facility. Safety procedures were also involved such as changing PPE after each break and continuous dampening of the dusty muck by the dry weather.
Head Office winners
For Teamwork the award went to Matt Benham from our Head Office. A colleague commented, “He is the best milk monitor we could wish for. He is always happy to help everybody and ensures the milk bottles are cleared from the downstairs kitchen and stored correctly.”
The Collaboration award went Carika Behounek. Carika won for the organisation of the Rainbow Trust bucket collections. A colleague commented, “She is very professional in her approach to everybody she meets and always pleasant and helpful. She organises the volunteers from Natta HQ into teams and ensures everybody is supported and happy. Unfailingly cheerful and a true team player.”
Well done all, keep up the good work.