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


7am start to suit our clients working hours/arrangements

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


All passed

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

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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:


Browse our list of health and safety courses at:

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.


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.

Longworth Finish the Year with a Safe2Torch Workshop

Longworth closed the year with a Safe2Torch workshop
Safe2Torch is an NFRC campaign developed in partnership with contractor and manufacturer members of the NFRC. It seeks to significantly reduce the risk of roof fires when using gas torches, either to dry out roofs or when used to install torch-on membranes. 

This workshop was led by Rawlings Safety & Training Consultancy Services consultant

Shaun Baxter


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A large part of  Longworth’s year has been a focus on improving their already high standards of Health & Safety by supporting positive initiatives such as the  IOSH No Time To Lose Campaign and  NFRC’s Safe2Torch campaign

Longworth ,throughout the year have held workshops to focus on health risks affecting the construction industry –


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The IOSH’s No Time to Lose campaign focused on

· silica dust
· solar radiation



The The National Federation of Roofing Contractors Limited (NFRC) campaign focused on the Safe2Torch  guidance for the safe installation of torch-on reinforced bitumen membranes and use of gas torches in the workplace



Rawlings Safety & Training Consultancy Services will close the office for the Christmas break on Friday 22nd of December at 1pm and re-open on Wednesday 3rd January 2017.

Should any clients have a query during this time please leave a message via our contact us page by clicking here and your message will be responded to once our offices reopen in the new year.

Please note that during this period we can still be contacted in an emergency situation as per the details below.

Steve Rawlings Kevin Colleran Stuart Allen Shaun Baxter Pete Walsh Tony Walker Jamie Gormley
07899751685 07876634618  07825506174 07827849743 07923699760 07780475465 07717837857

We wish our clients a very Merry Christmas!

Success with CMIOSH

For many Health & Safety professionals becoming a Chartered Member of IOSH (CMIOSH) is the ultimate goal as they achieve professional recognition for their skills, knowledge and experience which is recognised internationally.

Rawlings Safety & Training Consultancy Services are delighted to announce that our Director, Stuart Allen has achieved one of the highest achievements in the Health and Safety industry, by recently becoming a Chartered Safety and Health Practitioner, allowing him to use the letters CMIOSH after his name



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Attaining the Chartered Member of the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health status is a hugely respected and acknowledged accolade. He is also a verified member of the Occupational Safety and Health Consultants Register (OSHCR).

Stuart has been with Rawlings for over 8 years acting as a Health and Safety Practitioner, culminating in him being made into a director in 2016. He is responsible for delivering an extensive range of general and construction related consultancy services to our large database of clients. This further enhances Stuart’s individual profile whilst demonstrating the calibre of Rawlings as a Health and Safety practice and its ability to provide the highest level of service and advice to its clients

Capricorn Kitchens has Successfully Achieved CHAS for 2017

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Rawlings Safety & Training services are pleased to announce that we have assisted Capricorn Kitchens 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 Capricorn Kitchens have achieved nationally recognised benchmarks of acceptable health & safety standards.

“We are very proud to be able to announce that Capricorn Kitchens have again become accredited with the Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme having demonstrated compliance with and sound management of current basic health and safety legislation.”
IAN MARSDEN // DIRECTOR ,Capricorn Kitchens

Capricorn Kitchens, 5 Birchall Street, Liverpool L20 8PD
Tel // 0151 933 9633  Fax // 0151 922 3650
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