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  • Our St Helens site has been shortlisted as a finalist in this year’s Best Factory Awards.
    The St Helens site produces packaging for the UK and European foodservice market including caterers, restaurants and fast food outlets and is one of 14 plants to be shortlisted in the prestigious Best Factory category.
    Winners will be announced at a ceremony in London on September 26.

  • Gary Bridges, a Multi Skilled Operator from the Featherstone’s foam cell operation, has won the inaugural award for exceptional performance in Health and Safety, Hygiene and Environment (HSHE)
    The award was deliberately not revealed to colleagues as the company wanted to choose someone who led from the front by their own volition.

  • For the second year running each of our manufacturing sites has achieved the gold standard for their health and safety records.
    Our most recent audit, which measures the number of accidents and days lost to accidents, shows all 15 sites scored more than 80 per cent - the benchmark for gold status. Last year was the first time since records began that all sites had achieved the golden grade.
    It marks another fantastic year for health and safety at LINPAC and the latest scores demonstrate that the changes implemented across the company during the past few years have really started to become embedded in the way we work and operate. To see the results that we are doing so quickly is a great achievement for everyone at LINPAC.

  • #LearnHow HSHE is at the heart of everything we do

    At LINPAC Packaging our commitment to the health and safety of all our employees, contractors and communities is spelt out in our “We Care” policy and in the Health and Safety, Hygiene and Environment  (HSHE) signs and logos, which can be seen around all of our sites.