COMSA has won a prize at the third edition of the Asepeyo Awards, an event organised by the mutual insurance company to reward best practices in Prevention of Occupational Risks in its associated companies. More specifically, the company has won the second prize in the category of “Prevention Management” for the implementation of the Plan ZERØ (COMSA EMTE Risk Ø).
The initiative, launched in 2011, provides the necessary mechanisms to detect and neutralise potential risk points at work, with the aim of reducing workplace accidents both at COMSA and also at the other companies in the group COMSA EMTE. Since its implementation, the construction company has significantly reduced accident rates and improved its preventive action.
The awards ceremony took place on the 27th of this month in Seville, at a ceremony presided over by Rafael Barberá, director of the General Directorate of Social Security Organisation, and José Mª Juncadella, president of Asepeyo. COMSA EMTE was represented by its president, Jorge Miarnau, the head of Prevention, Quality and the Environment, Roberto Castaño, and the head of the Prevention Service, Roger Fábregas. This year, a total of 83 nominations were submitted, of which nine were awarded prizes by the jury and another 20 were honoured as finalists.