South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust,
(SECAmb), has been awarded a silver in the enei (Employers Network
for Equality and Inclusion) Talent, Inclusion and Diversity
Benchmark for the second year running.

The Trust was also represented in two categories at the annual
enei awards which took place on 2 July, hosted by the Law Society
in London.

SECAmb’s Wellbeing Team celebrated success winning in the public
sector wellbeing category while the Trust’s LGBT Pride in SECAmb
network was shortlisted in the employee network group category.

Fellow shortlisted organisations at the awards included the BBC,
the Environment Agency and the Ministry of Defence.

SECAmb, which will next month host the National Ambulance LGBT
Network ahead of Brighton Pride, will use the benchmark report to
implement further improvements in Equality and Inclusion.

SECAmb Head of Inclusion and Wellbeing, Angela Rayner said: “I’m
really pleased that our approach to Equality and Diversity has once
again been recognised with an enei silver benchmark. We will now
use the outputs of the report to make further improvements in this

“I’m also delighted that the work of our newly-established
Wellbeing Hub was recognised and won in what was a very strong
category and that our Pride in SECAmb, LGBT network was
shortlisted. Everyone involved in each team should be very proud of
everything they have done to support our staff and