It’s always pleasing when you receive good feedback from learners who’ve attended our courses but even more so when every learner is of the same opinion. In addition it’s rewarding when those learners have actually ‘bought into’ our unique approach to training, been receptive to our approach, seen the benefit and can apply that learning in the workplace. The following feedback was received from those who attended our recent IOSH Managing Safely Course (more…)
Delivered at Maes Y Ffron, our stunning venue at the base of the Brecon Beacons National Park, Abercrave.
“Tell me, and I will forget.
Show me, and I may understand.
Involve me, and I WILL REMEMBER” Confucius
Focus – To support local businesses in the construction sector with CDM 2015 compliance.
Aim – To raise awareness of CDM 2015 requirements by using practical solutions.
Delegate Number – 12
Venue – Village Hotel Swansea
A scaffolder has been prosecuted after he repeatedly allowed unsafe work at height to be carried out on a busy London street.Greg Pearson, from Enfield, trading as ‘Pearsons Scaffolding’, was prosecuted by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) after a member of the public raised concerns about scaffolding work being carried out on Tavistock Street in central London.
She was so concerned for the safety of passers-by and workers on the fifteen metre high scaffold that three separate complaints including photographs and videos were passed to HSE.
To view the video, click ‘read more’.
Are you ready for change?
How many construction workers are aware of their legal responsibilities under the revamped Construction Design Management Regulations (CDM 2015)?
It is very concerning that on a daily basis I frequently come across construction workers with little or no concept of their legal responsibilities under the revised CDM regulations, which came into force on the 6th April, 2015. Furthermore, there continues to be regular published prosecutions released by the HSE for the construction sector, which are sure to rise with compliance now extended to domestic projects.
If you’re looking for examples of good practice for health and safety management then this is not the video for you. In fact it’s quite the opposite
Here is a recent article on how the event organisers at Glastonbury deal with health and safety management
“Months of planning has gone into looking after the safety and health of everyone at the five-day festival, which starts on Wednesday 24 June. Organisers also ensure those involved in preparations are kept out of harm’s way. Setting up work includes installing numerous temporary structures including stages for performers. It also includes sanitation, power and site services.