Local autism charity benefits from Cassel’s safety performance

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We are delighted to have again been able to recognise continued excellent SHE (Safety, Health & Environment) performance at the Cassel site with a £1000 donation to local charity Daisychain.

Daisychain provides a haven for families affected by autism from a large farm in Norton, where it offers a range of services, including support and activity groups for the whole family.

Autism not only affects the child with the condition but also parents, carers and siblings, so the charity provides a range of services to meet the needs of each family member and also offer fun activities to bring them closer together as a unit.

The charity was nominated by two Cassel employees, Jackie Staincliffe and Amy Thomas, whose lives are touched by autism and whose family members make use of Daisychain’s wonderful provision.  It is incredibly rewarding to see the results of our site’s strong safety performance, in the manufacture of methacrylate monomers, directly benefitting local organisations who provide such valuable services.

To find out more about the many and varied applications for the products we manufacture at Cassel, please click here.

Pictured: Kirsty Barnfarther, the Daisychain Events Coordinator, Jackie Staincliffe and Amy Thomas, Cassel.

 

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