Natta’s Love Award Winners for January

Natta is delighted to announce the LOVE Award (‘Live Our Values Everyday’) Winners for January 2020.

The award for Safety went to Sezair Dautaj for taking our safety standards to its highest level ever. Over his last H&S inspection, our adviser granted our Barnet site an unprecedented 99% compliance and commented: “Well done, Xhavit and Sezair for the hard work done at the public area, providing anti-slippery access and egress, excellent signage to divert the footpath and service trench fenced off with sandbags to prevent falls during the night.”

Our Expertise award went to Dave Naylor based at our Wantage site. An employee commented, “Dave has improved his skill as a machine driver by learning to use the Trimble GPS system to its full potential. He has embraced the new technology and added value to the sites he works on as a result.”

Azzeddine Boualoua and Cristian Rotaru took the award for Integrity.

Azzeddine from our Milton Keynes project assisted onsite after receiving reports from Natta’s aftercare of a blocked toilet. He ended up unblocking an unpleasantly backed up foul manhole. He got on with the job without complaining and reported all required information. Cristian does not hesitate to be accountable for his actions. He regularly speaks out if those around him are not meeting the expectations placed upon them. The site team are confident he will pass his probationary period with ease and will be a great addition to the management structure on whichever site he is placed.

The Quality award went to Jonny Parrott, Steve Plume and JJ Stewart. A colleague commented, “They started the year at Wantage with a zero RI record. With Jonny leading the team, all pipes are checked and handover sheets are completed prior to the NHBC inspector attending. Natta is committed to achieving zero RI’s and this teams’ efforts are greatly appreciated.”

January Love Award Winners

From the left: Nick Lelaj, Jevan Bains and Rriam Shehu

Nick Lelaj, Jevan Bains, Rriam Shehu from our St. Lukes Hospice site and Georgiana Mosanu at Copthorne took the Teamwork award.

Nick, Jevan and Rriam won for taking on board the importance of protecting Natta’s assets and property over the Christmas shutdown. A colleague commented, “They completed a rota for who’s attending and when to turn on the generator and charge the CCTV system battery. This has resulted in no loss of material and equipment. These operatives were in contact via a WhatsApp group so everyone was informed of the same information throughout the shutdown.”

Georgiana also won for taking responsibility during the holiday period for any issues that those absent would normally take on. She dealt with clients, workforce and subcontractors, maintaining high standards and ensured progression of her project.