Category: Event Safety

Week commencing 22nd April – In the News

Dangerous drone encounters leap by over a third      This week, we reported on an article by IFSEC Global which highlighted the worrying increase in dangerous encounters with drones at UK Airports. Indeed, illegal drone intrusions have shot up by over 34% in 2018. This comes mere months after an unwarranted drone intrusion brought Gatwick […]

Week commencing 15th April – In the News

Suspected faulty wiring leads to Notre Dame Fire          As we are certain you are already aware of, this week sadly saw an enormous fire reduce part of the historic Notre-Dame Cathedral to rubble. Whilst much of the original stonework and relics were safeguarded, the Spire and portions of the roof collapsed. Investigators were permitted […]

Week commencing 1st April 2019 – In the News

WA Management unveils its latest ‘Hazard of the Month’   Despite being revealed on April 1st, it was certainly no joke that WA Management unveiled its latest ‘Hazard of the Month’. For April, the hazard is Manual Handling – an intrinsically important element of safe work, often neglected because of its commonality. As always, the […]

Week commencing 25th March – In the News

WA Management rounds up its ‘Hazard of the Month’   This week, WA Management’s Hazard of the Month for March, Fumes and Ventilation, culminated in a new and informative blog. This research piece, designed to bust impenetrable jargon, scrutinises some of the risks associated with carcinogenic substances and how they can be mitigated. This comes […]

Week commencing 18th March 2019 – In the News

Three confirmed dead in Northern Ireland crush Tragically, on Monday we reported that three people, all under the age of 17, had died whilst attending a St Patrick’s Day disco in Cookstown, Northern Ireland. The absence, it seems, of strategies for crowd safety resulted in too many people attempting to enter the premises. The local […]

Week commencing 11th February – In the News

Government reveals new standards symbol for ‘No-Deal’ Brexit eventuality As the political furore surrounding Brexit continues to occupy much of current news, preparations in the Health and Safety sector have been laid down. In the eventuality of a ‘No-Deal’ Brexit, the government has outlined a new symbol to indicate and uphold safety standards on machinery […]

‘elf and safety this Christmas

              It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Streets and homes are bedecked in beautiful lights, copious amounts of gorgeous food render us stotious, and companies up and down the country wind down with festive parties and celebrations. Christmas events can be a fantastic way to relax, spend time with your colleagues and look […]

Week commencing 5th November 2018 – In the News

HSE Investigation after eight injured at fireworks display The HSE has launched an extensive investigation after eight children were injured when an inflatable slide collapsed in Woking. The organisers of the fireworks display declared a ‘major incident’, and ambulance services were notified. Preliminary investigations are underway to identify what occurred, and why so many required […]

Entertainment with a BANG

WA Management provides professional, adaptable and appropriate solutions for your Health and Safety needs. Each fortnight, our research blog takes a detailed look at particularly topical areas of the sector, or risks that are repeatedly overlooked. This week, we tie in our research with our recently unveiled ‘Hazard of the Month’, which for November is […]

Halloween – Harmless fun or Health and Safety nightmare?

WA Management provides professional, adaptable and appropriate solutions for your Health and Safety needs. Each week, our research blog takes a detailed look at particularly topical areas of the sector, or risks that are repeatedly overlooked. This week we cast our scrutinising eye on Halloween, and whether any Health and Safety lessons can be learned […]