Money given from BiFab safe

From left, Brian Lightowler (GDF HSE site co-ordinator, Kim Wardner (Help For Heroes regional co-ordinator for Scotland), Thomas Finlay, BiFab union-appointed safety representative, at the Methil presentation.
From left, Brian Lightowler (GDF HSE site co-ordinator, Kim Wardner (Help For Heroes regional co-ordinator for Scotland), Thomas Finlay, BiFab union-appointed safety representative, at the Methil presentation.

Over the last 12 months, Burntisland Fabricators – BiFab – has been making various charity awards linked with safety statistics on its current projects.

And the firm’s Methil yard was the scene last week of a £1000 charity handover, along with business energy firm GDF, to Help for Heroes, the charity for military personnel wounded in current conflicts.

Pictured, from left, are Brian Lightowler, GDF’s Health and Safety Executive site co-ordinator, Kim Wardner, Help For Heroes’ regional co-ordinator for Scotland, and Thomas Finlay, BiFab’s union-appointed safety representative.