Epica Health & Safety to Headline Sponsor the COLBA 2018

Epica Health & Safety to Headline Sponsor the COLBA 2018

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Downtown in Business is delighted to announce that the City of Liverpool Business Awards 2018 will have Epica Health & Safety as the official headline sponsor, hosted at elegant Sefton Park Palm House.

Speaking about this sponsorship, Elizabeth Sinclair, Managing Director of Epica Health & Safety said: “Being the headline sponsor for the City of Liverpool Business Awards is a fantastic opportunity for us to grasp with both hands.  Following our recent dramatic growth, we want to celebrate what the team and our clients have achieved”.

Downtown in Business CEO Frank McKenna commented: “We are delighted to have secured such a progressive sponsor for the City of Liverpool Business Awards 2018. The awards will celebrate the cream of the Liverpool business community, so a company as forward thinking as Epica Health & Safety represents the perfect partnership to tie in with the ethos of the evening.”

Epica Health & Safety keeps things simple and do not over complicate matters. They offer a wide range of health and safety advice and support services across most industry sectors. Providing practical and competent health and safety advice, training, testing and surveying services.

If you’re looking for health and safety advisors that won’t hinder you, Epica Health & Safety is there to help!

Click here to learn more about Epica Health and Safety.

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