Welcome to the second installment of the Halewood Excellence Awards’ Winner’s Gallery.
The Halewood Excellence Awards celebrate the outstanding contributions of individuals and teams across our business, who have made a real difference to life at Halewood.
With 16 categories and a record-breaking 812 nominations, we certainly put our judges to the test this year and here are four more fabulous winners…...
People and Community Award
And the winner is: Patrick Loftus
Nominated by: John McLenny
“I nominated Pat for his work with the Whitechapel Centre in Liverpool, which provides support for homeless people. In the run up to Christmas, he challenged everyone to bring in food and clothes and other essential items which he and the team then collected and took to the centre before Christmas. The nomination was our way of thanking Pat for all the hard work he has put into looking after our community.”
Community Team Award
And the winner is: Joe Ashton and Nicki Ashton
Nominated by: Chris Pritchard, Michelle Hetherington and Sarah Waterhouse.
“Joe and Nikki are charity fundraising ninjas whose mission in life is to raise money for people less fortunate than themselves. They seem to have a fundraiser event at least once a month and have raised thousands of pounds for charities including MacMillan Breast Cancer Now and many more.”
And the winner is: Don Bradfield
Nominated by: Simon Mansfield
“Don is perhaps the most reliable Waste Operator I have ever worked with and works tirelessly with me to investigate and resolve any potential waste issues or incidents. He is my eyes and ears around the site for any environmental issues and is happy to help with transport, storage and project delivery, all of which are outside his day job.”
Business Team Award
And the winner is: Paint Shop Engagement
Nominated by: Linda Booth and Yvette Murray
“We nominated the team for all their hard work to improve the work place experience of the Paint shop. They have made a huge difference, particularly around empowering the teams to adopt a continuous mind-set in relation to work place improvements.”