Category Archive: Health & Safety in Educational Premises

Health & Safety Risk Management “CARING”

The professional advice and recommendations within this advisory is intended to assist you along the way and allow you every opportunity not only to conform but prosper and continue to add value to your Organisation. The first fact that I would like to emphasis is that Health & Safety Risk Management is not about bureaucracy […]

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School sports day in uproar over health and safety

Health and safety officials have intervened with a school sports day. 

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Construction Firm Awarded for Health and Safety

A construction firm was given a health and safety award. Normally, there is a lot of talk about companies breaching health and safety regulations.  The discussions talk about the importance of following health and safety at work. Today it is a pleasure to mention a construction firm in Hartlepool that was able to win their […]

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TUC Briefing Results on Health and Safety

In recent weeks, there has been a lot of talk about regulation. It is the view of the government that new health and safety regulations are needed.  The government is considering removing several of the existing regulations, but they are also going to add new regulations.  It is a one out and one in sort […]

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Independent School Fined for Health and Safety Breach

A Cambridgeshire school has been fined £6,000 and told to pay prosecutions costs of £2,276 after a teenager fell from a loft. The 19-year-old Stacey Paine, who was working as a pool attendant, fractured her wrist after plummeting to a changing room area below the loft. Miss Paine had been attempting to retrieve important documents […]

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Managing Health, Safety & Welfare in Educational Premises

Welcome back to school…. For most, the summer break was exactly that, fun holidays, rest and relaxation and a few sunny days thrown in, but for the Head, Bursar/Business Manager or Premises Manager, you have no doubt been frantically busy preparing for the new term in order to welcome back your pupils and staff. Alas, […]

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