Archives for 2017

Health and safety takes root

Friday morning de-brief is a good time to observe how health and safety impacts during our week. This one was particularly illuminating for all of us. Our day to day activities place stress on us to perform on lots of levels: Keeping the work flowing Make profit Cooperate with clients, contractors…. each other Avoid lost […]

Building Preservation in the North

The best building preservation company’s meet up.   Leading building preservation specialists attended the Property Care Association (PCA), Northern regional meeting in Manchester yesterday. These regional meetings are a chance for PCA members to hear what the PCA is up to on their behalf and share ideas and best practice in building preservation. PCA chairman, […]

Health and safety is not always clear-cut

Respiratory health v Stress and Well-being.     Hi guys and gals of IOSH. I have a quandary. Over the past year or three I have been hard at it; educating my construction workers about the dangers of silica dust and construction dust in general. I’ve walked the walk; investing time and money and leading […]

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