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14 Jun 2023

MPA launches digital version of ‘Sharing Good Practice 2022/23’

The Mineral Product Association’s (MPA's) 'Sharing Good Practice 2022/23' is now available for download from The Guide is a fantastic compendium of the best entries from 2022/23 MPA Health and Safety Awards and includes links to short videos highlighting the key features of the innovations and the benefits delivered. The entries cover all product sectors within the mineral products industry and are grouped under 8 Topic headings.

Jon Prichard, MPA’s Chief Executive said: “The purpose of the Guide is to help us learn from each other and to provide a resource that will help individuals to be pro-active in promoting or implementing change in their own organisation.

“By sharing this guide with others, we are also recognising and celebrating achievements of both organisations, and those individuals, who have been outstanding in delivering improvements in health and safety within the mineral products industry”.

The entries in the Guide, together with those from previous years, can also be viewed and searched on the recently revamped MPA have produced a short video that highlights some of the companies and individuals that are featured within the 22/23 Guide which helps to emphasise that we are all happier, safer and healthier when sharing.

Download your free copy here


About the Mineral Products Association:

The Mineral Products Association (MPA) is the trade association for the aggregates, asphalt, cement, concrete, dimension stone, lime, mortar and silica sand industries. With the merger of British Precast, and affiliation of the British Association of Reinforcement (BAR), the British Calcium Carbonate Federation, the Cement Admixtures Assocation (CAA), CONSTRUCT, Eurobitume, MPA Northern Ireland, MPA Scotland and the UK Quality Ash Association (UKQAA), it has a growing membership of 520 companies and is the sectoral voice for mineral products. MPA membership is made up of the vast majority of independent SME quarrying companies throughout the UK, as well as the 9 major international and global companies. It covers 100% of UK cement and lime production, 90% of GB aggregates production, 95% of asphalt and over 70% of ready-mixed concrete and precast concrete production.

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