The FASET Annual Awards 2021 were unveiled at the trade body’s successful and hugely enjoyable AGM and social event on Thursday 25th November.

Once again the event took place at the outstanding Tewkesbury Park in the Cotswolds – following the AGM’s move to the venue in 2019. With the absence of most live events in 2020, guests were delighted return to the stunning hotel, golf, health and conference resort situated in the rolling Gloucestershire countryside.

The FASET winners and highly commended organisations and individuals were:

Contribution to FASET (sponsored by Nationwide Platforms)

Winner: 3 Education

In recognition of their promotion of FASET on the Lusail Stadium, Qatar

Highly Commended: Chris Bateman of Prodeck Safety Systems Ltd

In recognition of his support of the FASET committees and promotion of FASET with clients

Excellence of Work (sponsored by LEÓN DE ORO)

Winner: Job Safe Ltd

In recognition of the complexity of work and client satisfaction on the Earl’s Gate EfW Plant, Grangemouth

Highly Commended: Composite Profiles UK Ltd

In recognition of planning and client support on the 110 Buckingham Avenue Project in Slough

Health & Safety and Training Achievement (sponsored by IPAF)

Winner: Trad Hire & Sales Ltd

In recognition of their commitment to their innovative Personnel Engagement Programme

Staff Merit (sponsored by Huck Nets UK Ltd)

Winner: Lewis Wooldridge of Revnet Safety Systems Ltd

In recognition of his commitment and client service

Please visit our awards page to see photos of the event and all our winners.


Earlier in the day, the FASET AGM featured updates on the work of the trade body during 2021 and a wide range of external speakers from IPAF; Lawyer Adam Pavey – speaking on employment law; FASET’s marketing partner Simon Taylor – talking about maximising the impact of marketing with the construction and FM sectors; and the CITB’s Trevor Oakley – who answered questions on grant funding, as well as assisting with claims for funding.

FASET exists to keep people who work at height safe – and this year’s event featured a virtual reality working at height simulator, enabling everyone in attendance to try out their skills safely. There was a competitive element – a prize for the person who completed the at-height course safely, in the quickest time!

FASET MD Tony Seddon said: “Once again, Tewkesbury Park proved to be a popular venue for our AGM and Annual Awards event, which I am confident was our best yet. This event is a very important way of highlighting the hard work of all the FASET committees and staff over the year – and to show what’s been achieved in the past 12 months, which have continued to be challenging due to COVID.

“The working at height industry was extremely well represented at this year’s event by professionals from a wide range of organisations. We are extremely grateful to our sponsors, whose invaluable contributions helped to make it memorable for everyone.

“With such a plethora of talent and experience under one roof, the networking opportunities were fantastic and I am sure that some valuable and long-lasting partnerships were made at the event.

“The work of FASET members – sub-contracting and training – is often extremely challenging, complex and is far from simple. And we shouldn’t forget – what they do every day saves lives. And that fact cannot be understated.

“The AGM and FASET Annual Awards are a great celebration of the hard work of member companies and individuals and we would like to congratulate those nominated for an award and of course the highly commended and winners. All involved in FASET should be very proud of what they achieve – regardless of whether they entered or won an award, because they ensure that construction site workers in the UK go home safely to their families, every day.”

The FASET Awards evening rounded off nicely with entertainment from popular and award-winning comedian Scott Bennett.

(Photography: Janet Gow)