Week Commencing 16/09/2019 – In the News

Wooden roof beams

New WA Management Information Sheets WA Management is pleased to announce our new information sheets that will be released every other Thursday on the blog. Made by our expert consultants, these are one-stop guides on various Health and Safety topics, giving you all the relevant information in a clear and easy-to-understand format. Topics covered by […]

Week commencing 5th August – In the News

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Fantastic promotion to coincide with ‘Hazard of the Month’ To coincide with the ‘Hazard of the Month’ for August, which is fire, WA Management are offering a fantastic and limited-time deal on online courses. By Quoting ‘Fire19’ at the checkout, customers can receive an extra 10% OFF of Fire Marshalling and Fire Safety courses. All […]

Week commencing 29th July – In the News

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WA Management unveil new ‘Hazard of the Month’ Each month, WA Management allocate a key risk, hazard or overlooked topic to be their ‘Hazard of the Month’. This week, we unveiled that Fire and Fire Safety would take the coveted spot for August. This means that tailored research blogs and news updates around the hazard […]

Week commencing 15th July – In the News

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Train company fined £1m after passenger death In the biggest Health and Safety story of the week, Govia Thameslink have been fined £1m after a passenger was killed on the Gatwick Express in August 2016. The victim leant out of a train window and was struck by a trackside steel gantry. An extensive HSE investigation […]

Dust: Just How Dangerous Can It Be?

Cutting wood with a cross saw.

In this blog, WA Management continues its mission to shed a light on the risks and hazards present throughout the workplace. With Dust as our feature Hazard of the Month, we bring you our key opinions on the dangers of these flying particulates and the methods in which they can be safely managed. For our […]

Week commencing 8th July – In the News

Dust being blown about in the air.

WA Management release latest Research Blog To coincide with the Hazard of the Month for July, WA Management released their newest Research Blog, entitled: ‘Dust – the danger lurking in the air’. The blog takes an informative look into the hazards associated with dust, and how the risks to health can be drastically reduced through […]

Dust: The Danger Lurking In The Air

Dust being made visible in the air by a man hanging ceiling lights.

WA Management strives to provide a professional service for your health and safety needs, while also endeavouring to create a greater awareness towards risks and hazards in the workplace. In this blog, WA Management continues its monthly documentation of workplace hazards, seeking to shed light on important and topical health and safety issues. For this […]

Week commencing 1st July – In the News

Construction workers working at height on scaffolds.

WA Management unveils new ‘Hazard of the Month’ This week, WA Management unveiled its latest ‘Hazard of the Month’ for July: Dust. Each month, we take a scrutinising look at overlooked, misunderstood or topical areas of the Health and Safety sector. Through research blogs and targeted posts, the Hazard of the Month looks to illuminate […]

Week commencing 10th June – In the News

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WA Management continues to offer unbeatable online training Since the end of May, WA Management has been providing affordable, accessible and effective online training for your health and safety needs. Ranging from asbestos management to anti-bribery practices, our online courses are tailor-made to provide clarification and understanding. Better still, the RoSPA-accredited courses are all available […]

Week commencing 27th May – In the News

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Plastering contractor fined after fall       On Monday, we reported on a fine issued by the HSE to a Cambridge-based plastering contractor after an employee was injured in a fall. The investigation uncovered that there had been insufficient safety measures in place to mitigate the risk of the fall. All throughout May, we have been […]