Tag: Fire Safety

Week Commencing 26/10/2020 – In The News

Scaffolding with the sun setting in the background.

Staying Safe this Halloween! Although Halloween may seem a bit different this year, it is more important than ever to have a safe (but spooky!) Halloween. In terms of COVID-specific safety measures, you should make sure that if you and your child do go trick or treating (depending on your local area’s COVID restrictions) you: Observe […]

Safety Spotlight – Fire Safety & Fire Wardens

Red Fire Extinguisher Beside Hose Reel Inside a Room

For the month of September, we are putting in the spotlight two key areas relating to our Hazard of the Month, Fire. Fire Safety Many people and organisations have quite a complacent attitude to fire safety. Not necessarily due to deliberate corner-cutting or attempts to save money, but because they believe fires to be an unusual […]

Fire Door Safety Week 21 – 27 September

Swirling flames of a fire.

As part of this month’s Hazard of the Month, Fire, we are drawing attention to the Fire Door Safety Week campaign that takes place from 21st – 27th September for our research blog. What is a Fire Door? A door’s a door, right? No, a fire door is an engineered safety device that is a […]

Week Commencing 09/09/2020 – In The News

A wildfire in the Arctic.

Social Gatherings Above Six To Be Banned In England Social gatherings of more than six people will be illegal in England from Monday 14th September – with some exemptions – amid a steep rise in coronavirus cases. The law change will ban larger groups meeting anywhere socially indoors or outdoors, the government said. But it […]

Week Commencing 31/08/2020 – In The News

An abandoned woodened house that looks like it has been demolished.

New Hazard of the Month Announced! WA Management are pleased to announce that our hazard of the month for September is Fire! We will be focusing on Fire Safety measures throughout the month, especially to coincide with Fire Door Safety Week during 21st – 27th September. Make sure you are following all our social media […]

Week Commencing 27/07/2020 – In The News

Scaffolding with the sun setting in the background.

Amazon Removes Balcony BBQs After Fire Safety Concerns Retail giant Amazon has removed a number of barbecues specifically designed for use on balconies from sale over serious safety concerns highlighted by the London Fire Brigade. The Brigade’s Deputy Commissioner Richard Mills wrote to the firm and other companies that stock or manufacture the products last month, […]

Week Commencing 10/02/2020 – In The News

Blocks of high-rise flats.

❤ Valentine’s Day Course Offer! ❤ To celebrate Valentine’s Day on Friday 14th February, we are offering 50% off our Communications online training course with the code ‘Love20’ – valid for this weekend only! This course will help you to improve your personal and business communication skills on both a verbal and non-verbal level, so that your everyday interactions are more productive and meaningful. This will be especially […]

Week Commencing 30/09/2019 – In The News

A ladder with green and yellow rungs.

New Hazard of the Month for October Whilst it may not quite match the spookiness that characterises this month, our new Hazard of the Month, Plant & Machinery Movement, promises to deliver a multitude of resources, tips and tricks to help keep your site safe. Plant is machinery that processes material by way of a mechanical […]

Week commencing 29th July – In the News

A tall block of scaffolding.

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 6th May – In the News

A person working at height against the side of a building with a harness on.

New ‘Hazard of the Month’ for WA Management This week, we unveiled our latest ‘Hazard of the Month’ for May, which is Working at Height. Each month, we take a scrutinising look at some of the key aspects of a particular hazard, such as the way it is classified and how the risks associated with […]