Reactec, the market leader in monitoring and management platforms for hand and arm vibration (HAV), has raised £1700 for The Lighthouse Club. The sales team at Reactec began fundraising on World Day for Safety and Health at Work on 27 April and continued to raise funds until the 21 June when the industry’s main UK Health & Safety event, the SHE show took place.
Reactec’s donation will go to the construction charity The Lighthouse Club which provides financial advice and assistance to the construction community and also promotes initiatives aimed at avoiding accidents and improving safety on construction sites.
Commenting on the donation, Jacqui McLaughlin, Chief Executive of Reactec said: “At Reactec we work hard to help employers promote a workplace culture that creates a safe and, with equal importance, a healthy environment for their workers. We are proud to work with The Lighthouse Club and are delighted to be presenting our donation of £1700 to the charity today.”
Alan Smith, Chairman from the East of Scotland Lighthouse Club said: “I want to thank Reactec for the very generous donation received for the Lighthouse Club”.