Builders face many health and safety issues at work. From minor trips to falling debris, maintaining safety on site can seem very difficult. We have looked at the top five hazards construction workers come across in their day-to-day operations: Continue reading “How Accidents Can Occur in the Construction Industry” »
Working in the refurbishment and fit-out industry may be safer than working in agriculture or the Oil and Gas Industry, but there are still a number of risks that your employees will encounter. Site managers and employers need to identify and mitigate these potential risks to ensure that their employees remain fit and healthy, and that they are able to discharge their duties under the Construction Design and Management Regulations 2015 and The Health and Safety at Work Act. Continue reading “8 steps to keeping your employees safe in the Workplace” »
As one of the UK’s leading specialist health and safety recruitment companies, celebrating good practice within the Construction Health and Safety Risk Management sector is something we feel passionate about.
The prestigious annual event will take place on Thursday 27 October at the Radisson Blu Portman Hotel in London, and the evening promises to be bigger and better than ever before – the APS Awards recognise excellence in the industry, so we are pleased to continue to support the event. Continue reading “We’re sponsoring the National CDM and Student Designer Awards” »
Nobody was quite sure how the industry would react to the changes in the CDM Regulations or the replacement of the CDM Coordinator with the new Principal Designer role. Most of our clients have been recruiting CDM Consultants to advise designers on CDM 2015, enabling the organisation or client organisation to take on the role of Principal Designer.
Continue reading “CDM 2015 And Its Impact On The Job Market” »
The SEMA Safety Conference 2015: Harm Reducing, Racking Inspection Training, and Drone Flying
This year’s SEMA Safety Conference was a chance for different representatives from across the world of health and safety to talk about their views. The event, held on November 5th, was attended by representatives from two separate government bodies, the health and safety executive (HSE) and the health and safety laboratory (HSL), as well as representatives from SEMA and from the private sector. Continue reading “Guest Post: The SEMA Safety Conference 2015” »
Although fatalities in the workplace have halved since 2001, the 2014/15 figures show an increase in fatalities with 142 deaths recorded compared with 136 for 2013/14. With around 78,000 reported RIDDOR injuries and over 28 million working days lost at an estimated cost of £14 billion, there’s still a long way to go. Continue reading “Health and Safety in the Workplace” »
With over a decade in the industry, we’ve positioned ourselves in the market as the “go-to” specialist Health and Safety recruiter. We have thousands of unique visitors per month to our website, and we are committed to providing high quality content that our users find useful and engaging, so I’m pleased to announce the launch of the Bryan & Armstrong […]