Engenda Group supports local charity to celebrate a major safety milestone
Added 14 Dec 2021 in Social and Community
To celebrate outstanding safety performance, Engenda Group and Vynova have both made a donation to Halton Christmas Toy Appeal
To celebrate outstanding safety performance, Engenda Group and Vynova have both made a donation to Halton Christmas Toy Appeal, a local charity that provides disadvantaged children with a present on Christmas.
To celebrate reaching two critical safety milestones, Engenda Group have joined Vynova in making a charitable contribution to the Halton Christmas Toy Appeal.
Earlier this year Vynova Runcorn achieved over 1 million hours worked without any lost-time or OSHA recordable injury to anyone working on the site. This was closely followed in October 2021, by a further record of over 100,000 hours worked without any level of injury on the major investment project that Vynova is carrying out at the Runcorn EDC plant.
A large number of our employees work on the Runcorn site, and we have been working closely with Vynova on the EDC plant investments. Its a real testament to both companies site teams, consistently undertaking work in a safe manner and the active use of the Brother’s Keeper principle in which we all watch out for each other's safety.
Halton Christmas Toy Appeals' mission is to help disadvantaged children living in the Halton region who wouldn’t normally receive a present on Christmas day. They believe no child should go without a Christmas, and all children deserve to feel special and loved. Nicky Woodward, the charity’s founder, met with Vynova Runcorn Site Manager Irene Robertson and Paul Owen of Engenda to accept £1000 to aid in the charity’s mission.
This is the charity’s 8th year running and they have helped over 700 underprivileged Halton children during that time. The charity also works every year with St. Paul’s church to provide a Christmas Day lunch for more than 150 people as well as toys.