Strathblane pupils get creative with Maxi Construction

Pupils at Strathblane Primary School were asked to get creative at our recent site safety assembly hosted by our Site Manager, Robert Faulds.

Maxi Construction are currently on site at the school delivering a £1.7m extension and refurbishment for Stirling Council.

Robert presented an assembly to highlight the dangers associated on construction sites. The children were then asked to participate in our safety poster competition based upon the information that had been presented to them.

The entries were exceptionally creative with a use of vibrant colours, excellent illustrations and valuable information relating to health and safety in construction. Maxi Construction employees voted to select a winner from each year group which included Tasha (P1), Bryce (P2), Euan (P3), Jess (P4), Katy (P5), Max (P6), and Abbie (P7).

The winners were awarded with a gift voucher and Maxi water bottle and all participants received a certificate and Maxi pencil.

Contributing to Maxi Construction’s efforts to promote site safety we would like to thank all the children from Strathblane Primary School who took part in our poster competition. It was a pleasure to work with the school on this project and the high quality of entries demonstrated that the pupils recognise the value of health and safety. The winning designs will now be displayed on a banner attached to the site perimeter.

Site Manager, Robert Faulds pictured with poster competition winners