We are delighted that Peter Jenkins, Dalziel’s Group Health and Safety Manager, has won the Health and Safety Champion award at The British Frozen Food Federation [BFFF].

The BFFF is an annual event celebrating the stars, heroes, and heroines of the frozen food industry, with 19 stand-out individuals being chosen across 11 categories. The event, this year, focused on unsung heroes who had helped ensure food supply continued throughout the pandemic.

Peter’s award celebrates nominees who are front runners in the field of Health and Safety and have gone above and beyond to improve workplace safety, mental heal and wellbeing.

Peter adds, “The result was a win! I’m pleased that my entry recognised my leadership of the simplification and standardisation journey for Health and Safety across the Dalziel group, the change it has inspired throughout the business and other functions as well as the volunteering work I have been doing across the industry and wider professional, including with IOSH throughout the year. I was thrilled to have been able to bring along the Dalziel Safety, Health, Environment, and Wellbeing team’s new starter Daniel Nolan (pictured below) for the evening. I hope he’ll be able to put himself forward for a nomination next year and beyond!”

From everyone at the Dalziel Group, congratulations Peter, we’re pleased your efforts to go above and beyond for the group, your community and the frozen food sector have been recognised. Peter delivers health and safety work across the Dalziel Group through sustainable organisational architecture. His efforts integrate health and safety into every activity through inspiring colleagues to ask great questions, and empowering team members to make great decisions. Here’s to many more successes!














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