In December 2020, Lowery conducted our annual health and safety engagement survey. This survey allows all our people the opportunity to provide their feedback on the company's performance regarding health and safety issues. To encourage this all important feedback a commitment was placed by Lowery to make a monetary donation for each completed survey response to the most popular choice of charity from respondents.
Lowery Ltd are always looking at new innovations to keep our staff and those around us safer. The Covid-19 pandemic is still unfortunately with us so we must continue do everything we can to stop the spread. In 2020 we introduced several innovative measures to help minimise the spread of the virus. One most recent measure is the introduction of the site “COVID-19 Marshall”.
Our latest safety engagement tour was undertaken at one of our Train Care Depot Upgrade sites. Statement provided from Daniel Burge – Lowery Company Director
As part of Lowery Ltd ongoing track inspection & maintenance contract at the Southeastern - Hitachi Depot at Ashford Lowery attended a number of emergency weather related call outs over what was a very cold and challenging weekend for the Kent area.
Lowery Ltd have successfully transitioned our existing OHSAS 18001 certification to the new occupational health and safety international standard, BS EN ISO 45001.
The Lowery Signalling teams continue with their impressive target to safely install RCM units to allow over 1000 Network Rail track assets to be monitored for 35 miles between the Euston Buffer Stops to Cheddington.