Week Commencing 07/10/2019 – In The News

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10% OFF Our Online Training Course! This month, we are shining a spotlight on the hazard of Plant & Machinery movement. It is important to ensure the movement of your equipment on site is conducted safely and correctly, as it can be fatal if not. A key way to do this is to ensure transport hazards […]

Moving Plant & Machinery Safely

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What is Plant? (Hint, it’s not a flower)  Plant is machinery that processes material by way of a mechanical action which: Cuts, drills, punches or grinds Presses forms, hammers, joins or moulds material Combines, mixes, sorts, packages, assembles, knits, or moulds material Plant also includes lifts, cranes, tractors, earth moving equipment, pressure equipment, hoists, powered mobile plant, plant that […]

Fire Prevention Strategies

In our research blogs, WA Management will be helping you to recognise and manage the risks and hazards that are common in the workplace. With Fire as our featured Hazard of the Month, this blog will cover the key facts related to workplace fire safety including methods to keep your office protected from this hazard. […]

Dust: Just How Dangerous Can It Be?

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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 3rd June – In the News

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WA Management unveil NEW ‘Hazard of the Month’ As has become a tradition at WA Management, each month we cast our scrutinising eye onto a different hazard or aspect of Health and Safety which has been overlooked or needs reassessment. For June, we are looking at Display Screen Equipment (DSE), and the subtle, often unnoticeable […]

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 […]

Week commencing 13th May – In the News

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WA Management Online Shop NOW OPEN!        This week, we were enormously excited to announce that our online shop is now live. WA Management is now your one-stop shop for RoSPA-accredited eLearning courses, all available 24/7 with downloadable certificates upon completion. From hazardous substance control to cybersecurity, there is a course for each and every […]

Working at Height: A High Price to pay for Mishaps

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WA Management provides professional, adaptable and appropriate solutions for your Health and Safety needs. Our research blogs take a detailed look at particularly topical areas of the sector, or risks that are repeatedly overlooked. This week, we cast our scrutinising eye onto a pressing Health and Safety challenge. Falls from Height continue to be one […]

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 […]

Week commencing 1st April 2019 – In the News

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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 […]