Tag: Fire Safety

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 […]

Wildfires: A Burning Issue

Charred wood

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 relevant areas of the sector, or risks that are repeatedly overlooked. In the sombre shadow of some of the worst wildfires in California’s history, this week we take a look […]

Entertainment with a BANG

Exploding fireworks.

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?

Lit-up carved Halloween pumpkins.

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 […]

Week commencing 9th July 2018 – In the News

A cave

The mission to save 12 young boys and their coach in Thailand grips the world This week, the world was gripped by the plight of a young football team and their coach in Thailand, who became trapped by floodwater in the Tham Luang cave complex. The international Health and Safety community game together from all […]

October 2017 – In the News

Two workers on a construction site.

Fireworks in November Remember, remember the fifth of November, Fireworks, Bonfires, so hot, We see no reason Why Firework Season Should be such a dangerous lot! 990 injuries were caused in the UK last October and November as the result of improper safety measures around fireworks and bonfires. Enjoy the magic without the danger and […]

September 2017 – In the News

A snowy road.

Colwyn Bay Pier: Asbestos ‘Could Contaminate Beach’ Concerns are increasing that asbestos from the derelict Grade II-listed Colwyn Bay pier could contaminate the beach. Asbestos sheeting was used in the construction of the main pavilion in the 1930s. A report by Conwy council said the sheeting could break up if the pier was hit by […]