Sarclad celebrates 1,000 days without a lost time incident and bids farewell to two of the company’s longstanding employees as they begin their new chapters in retirement.
Celebrating over 1,000 Days without a Lost Time Incident
“I am happy to announce that we have achieved 1,000 days without a lost time incident. This is a fantastic achievement and testament to the positive attitude and efforts of everyone, towards health and safety at Sarclad. Excellent work, well done and long may it continue.”
To celebrate this occasion and recognise this great milestone, a catered BBQ was provided for all the Sarclad UK employees to enjoy in the sun.
Auf Wiedersehen to Nigel Corbett & Richard Holyman
Nigel Corbett, Sarclad’s Mechanical Development Engineer, retired on Thursday 16th August. Nigel is one of a number of employees who has worked for Sarclad twice, totaling over 20 years altogether. Nigel has made many contributions to the business and was a key member of the In-Chain SCM design team. In addition, he took lead roles in the close-out of a number of difficult EDT projects and the relocation of the business from Chesterfield to Sheffield 6 years ago.
Richard Holyman, (left) is one of Sarclad’s longstanding EDT Service Engineers, retired on Thursday 2nd August. Richard has worked for Sarclad for 17 years and has travelled to sites, supporting customers, colleagues and representing the Company all over the world.
We would like to thank both Richard and Nigel for their many varied contributions to the business and to wish them long and happy retirements.