Halloween – Harmless fun or Health and Safety nightmare?

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

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 […]

HSE fines UK distillery after blaze that seriously injured worker

A distillery in Oldbury has been fined after an employee was engulfed in flames in a fire that destroyed the warehouse and its contents. Wolverhampton Crown Court heard how ethyl acetate, a highly flammable liquid, was being transferred from a bulk storage tank into an intermediate bulk container when an employee was engulfed in flames […]

HSE Investigating After Man Dies in Nightclub Fire

The HSE has begun a joint investigation with police after a man died in hospital  from burns injuries after a fire at a nightclub in south-east London. The fire broke out at Studio 338 on Boord Street, Greenwich, at about midday on Monday 8th September and spread to a nearby industrial warehouse and a scrap […]

August 2016 – In the News

Would you put your phone in a cement mixer? British phone retailer Tuffphones has unveiled a new range of hard-wearing handsets aimed at construction workers and outdoors enthusiasts. It’s the latest addition to a range of extra-durable Android devices in the growing market for rugged phones. The BBC took them to a building site to […]

Fire Risk Management in High Rise Flats

After the tragic fire in July 2009 at Lakanal House, a twelve-storey block of flats in South London which claimed the lives of six people, there has rightly been an increased focus on how fire safety is managed in the high rise residential sector. Six years on, Paul Boughton and Russell Peacey, Principal Consultants at […]

First Blog Post!

Hi I am Will and welcome to my blog. I will be providing regular updates on anything to do with safety, quality and environmental management and putting my opinions to it!   The first topic I have chosen is Fire safety. As you may have heard the Fire fighters have one again voted to strike, […]