Foxwood Joinery has Successfully Achieved CHAS for 2018

Rawlings Safety & Training services are pleased to announce that we have assisted Foxwood Joinery Ltd in successfully achieving the Contractors Health & Safety Assessment Scheme (CHAS) Accreditation once again this year.

The aim of the Scheme is to improve health and safety standards across the construction industry and to reduce some of the inevitable duplication that exists when completing tender and pre-qualification applications.

Being CHAS accredited means that Foxwood Joinery Ltd have achieved nationally recognised benchmarks of acceptable health & safety standards.

Foxwood Joinery is a family-run joinery company established in 2010.

Directors John and James, along with their skilled and ever-increasing workforce, provide a high quality joinery service for the construction industry.

Foxwood Joinery are based in the North West and have covered many other regions throughout the country.

“We are keen to ensure we are continually ahead of the market when it comes to health and safety and safe-working legislation. As a result of the accolade, CHAS gives us a leading edge in the construction industry.”

Foxwood Joinery,87 Foxwood,St Helens,Merseyside,WA9 5UH

T: 0151 493 2324

M: 07818 063 977

info@foxwoodjoineryltd.co.uk

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Reds Joinery Ltd recognised for quality and safety by one of UK’s largest contractors

One of the UK’s leading contractors has singled out Reds Joinery in its North West regional supply chain awards.

BAM Construction – based in Salford,has awarded Reds Joinery Ltd a Highly Commended Health & Safety Award for their efforts in implementing and maintaining a high standard of Health and Safety during 2017.

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They have also been awarded the Regional Contractor Award by Bam Construction Ltd- a North West Supply Chain award in recognition of their overall performance within the North west Region.

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congratulations and Well Done to the Reds Joinery Team

http://redsjoinery.co.uk/home/

 

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LFC Events Team Site visit Anfield Liverpool FC, 14 March

Kevin Colleran and Shaun Baxter recently attended the IOSH Merseyside branch meeting at Anfield

The event was hosted by, Gillian Wood, CMIOSH, Senior Health and Safety Manager at Liverpool Football Club

Gillian’s role involves setting the Club’s health and safety strategy and supporting departmental managers and supervisors to manage operational safety and health.

Gillian also spoke about the Main Stand construction.

Development of the new Main Stand began on 8 December 2014 and included demolishing the roof structure, the rear two-storey extension and the events building. A new third tier added 8,500 seats and further work improved the sightlines on the terraces.

The development involved an eight-storey steel frame, which was built next to the retained terrace structure. In August 2015, the main primary roof truss, which weighs around 670,000 kg and is 15 m high and 140 m long, was lifted into place by two of the largest mobile cranes in the UK.

Carillion had to demolish the entire ground floor, including slabs and drainage, which were replaced with modern changing rooms, a media suite and catering facilities, with a coach drop-off area and car parking.

The new stand was opened on 9 September 2016 in time for the 2016-2017 season. With 20,500 capacity, it is one of the largest all-seater single stands in European football.

Thanks to all who supported including Jack Fox, stuart knowles Steven Gerard and the stadium tour guides. It was evident everyone enjoyed the afternoon.

 

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Excelsior Works UK Launch Night

Excelsior Works, Castlefield, Manchester

Stuart Allen and Jamie Gormley of Rawlings attended the UK Launch of Excelsior Works on Friday 9th March, the project is a high-end residential development situated in Manchester, running adjacent to the Bridgewater Canal.

Rawlings were appointed by Mulbury City as the Principal Designer on this project and have worked with Mulbury on other prestige’s schemes, such as Port Street and Blossom Street, both of which are located in Manchester.

The event itself was held in the Castlefield Rooms, Deansgate and was attended by the project team, the developer Mulbury City and other guests.

The evening was a great success with Mulbury displaying a state of the art, fully functional scale model of the development, which was specially design and flown in from Thailand, as you can see from the picture it really brought the development to life”. 

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Excelsior Works offers a superb collection of 108 canal side apartments in the heart of Castlefield, Manchester’s most historic city centre district. The high quality development is surrounded by attractive period buildings and offers views across the Bridgewater Canal and city skyline. These outstanding apartments by forward thinking developers Mulbury City offer an exciting new approach to residential living.

More Information here

http://timgroomarchitects.com/our_work/excelsior-works/

 

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SAL Construction Ltd, Face Fit Test

FACE FIT TESTING for SAL Construction Ltd using the Qualitative Face Fit Testing method

Force 8 Half-Mask with PressToCheck P3 Filters

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7am start to suit our clients working hours/arrangements

The guys were all clean shaven,no facial hair to effect seal.

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Rawlings Health Safety provide a Qualitative Face Fit Testing service and tailor our service to your needs and site requirements.

Contact Us

T 0151 480 8968   E enquiries@rawlingsrcs.co.uk

 

Training Offer to ex Carillion Employees

download   Are you an ex-Employee or do you know an Ex-Employee of Cariliion.

Rawlings Safety & Training Consultancy Services are Happy to offer a 20% Discount on all training for ex Carillion Employees

We Are An Accredited centre for:

NEBOSH, CITB, IOSH

Browse our list of health and safety courses at:

 https://www.rawlingsrcs.co.uk/our-services/training-iosh-nebosh-citb-face-fit-fire-safety/

Or contact us to find out more information about a particular course and qualifications that we provide:

(Proof of Employment required)

APS Accredited – The role of the Principal Designer under CDM 2015 (2 Day)

As part of there Continuing Professional Development and to strengthen their already vast Knowledge, Experience and Training, Four of our employees recently attended the APS Accredited – The role of the Principal Designer under CDM 2015 2 Day course, carried out by Synergie Training.

 

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This course is primarily intended for design organisations currently operating in the UK construction sector who fulfil the role of Principal Designer on construction projects. It is aimed at duly technically competent organisations that require supplementary training in order to provide them with the additional necessary skills and knowledge necessary to accept such an appointment under CDM 2015 (on suitable projects for which they have an appropriate level of relevant experience). This course is ideal for design practices, engineering consultants and project management organisations who currently operate such an undertaking in Great Britain. Local Authority design and management departments may also find this course useful, particularly where they undertake a design role during the earlier stages of a project. In these circumstances they may well be deemed to attract the Principal Designer role, unless they have made other arrangements with a third party using a written appointment.

Merseyside and Cheshire Construction Safety Group

Rawlings Safety & Training Consultancy Services are for the fourth year running, proud members of The Merseyside and Cheshire Construction Safety Group.

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The Merseyside and Cheshire Construction Safety Group is a voluntary organization  founded in 1982 and committed to raising awareness of health and safety issues within the construction industry.

there  aim is to provide a forum for the discussion of health and safety issues so that members can benefit from the experiences and knowledge of others in a similar position. To do this, we hold regular monthly meetings at which construction safety issues are presented and discussed.

The Merseyside and Cheshire Construction Safety Group has the support of the major construction contractors in the North West and many smaller local contractors, designers and Clients. The HSE also attend all meetings and support the group.  The Group, together with two others (the North West Construction Safety Group and the CDM Duty Holders Support Group) make up the North West Safety Initiative.