Years of voluntary work in the local community have earned HASCAT Safety a nomination as finalist in a prestigious business award competition.

Bob Chandler and his wife Sue, who launched HASCAT Safety in 2005, have supported Keech Hospice Care for many years by developing and running zero-cost training days for their staff. Now this work has been officially recognised, with HASCAT Safety being a finalist in the Community Business of the Year category in the 2015 Business Awards organised by the Bedfordshire branch of the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).

“A lot of big businesses talk about corporate responsibility but we believe small business should also play their part,” explains Bob. “Keech does such incredible work and is extremely satisfying to know that in some small way we are helping others with the difficulties they face.”

HASCAT has recently started to support two other charities, Rennie Grove Hospice and Florence Nightingale Hospice, by supplying  training ‘at cost’.

But its community work does not end there; Bob is the chairman of LB Connect, Leighton Buzzard’s premier business networking group, which donates thousands of pounds to local charities every year.

Keech Hospice Care

Keech Hospice Care

Finalist Certificate

Finalist Certificate

Finalist in the FSB Bedfordshire Business Awards 2015

We are very pleased to be a finalist in the FSB Bedfordshire Business Awards 2015.

The finals are being held at Center Parcs, Woburn on 25th June. We have been selected as a finalist in the Community Business of the Year category for the voluntary work we do with Keech Hospice Care.

We donate our time to them each year to provide their health and safety induction training and health and safety refresher training.

Keech Hospice Care provides emotional and practical support for adults and children diagnosed with a life-limiting condition. Their aim is to help patients enjoy the highest quality of life, while also providing vital support for their family and friends.