Leading infrastructure services company FM Conway has raised £7,149 for the construction industry charity, The Lighthouse Club. The funds were raised as part of the company’s People First health and safety awareness campaign.
One pound was donated to the charity for every near miss report received between April and October 2015, whether sent by phone, text or via the new reporting app. Andrew Hansen, chief operating officer at FM Conway, presented a cheque for the money raised to the charity at FM Conway’s recent annual staff event.
The Lighthouse Club provides emergency financial and welfare support to members of the construction industry community and their families during times of crisis. In line with the aims of FM Conway’s People First campaign, the charity in particular strives to promote initiatives aimed at improving health and safety on construction sites.
Andrew Cox, director of safety, health, environment and quality at FM Conway, commented: “The Lighthouse Club does great work to promote health and safety awareness throughout the construction industry and supports members of our community who have suffered as a result of accident, injury or bereavement. It is a cause which is extremely important to us as a company and we are very proud to have been able to support it.”
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