MKM enlists family support for safety campaign

Builders merchant MKM has reached out to the younger generation for inspiration as part of a national health and safety campaign.    


The builder’s merchants ‘Go Home Safe’ campaign called upon the artistic talents of the MKM team’s families, encouraging them to create a poster design that promotes best practice in health and safety in the workplace.    


The three winners, Melissa Senior (9), April Jackson (9) and Maddie James (5), will have their emotive posters displayed at branches nationwide as a reminder of MKM’s number one health and safety priority; that its team gets home to their families safe and sound at the end of the working day.    


Simon Raywood, Head of Health & Safety at MKM, said: “Our approach to health and safety has always been focused on trusting people to be sensible, while we reenforce just how important it is that rules are followed.    


“Go Home Safe is a little reminder of why it is so crucial that people are safety conscious in the workplace – we’ve all got families and loved ones to go home to and nothing is more important than that.    


“We want our MKM team to work with the younger members of their family and get them to create artwork that pulls at the heartstrings and makes people stop and think about the importance of health and safety in the workplace.”    

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