Britannia would like to thank everyone who visited our training stand at the Norwich City Football Club on the 18th October 2012 for the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce B2B event. It was a pleasure to see everyone again and thank you to the Norfolk Chamber for inviting us again this year.
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Yesterday Britannia took part in a construction safety and health awareness day in Ipswich. With the construction industry still the most dangerous to work in, with injury and fatality rates still the highest of all sectors. The aim of yesterday’s event was to give practical, hands-on advice on competence, Work at Height, Health issues and… Read more »
Today, Judith Hackitt, the Chair of the Health and Safety Executive begins her second term of appointment and has renewed her promises to the health and safety industry. Commenting on the progress the HSE needs to make, Hackitt commented that reducing the rate of workplace accidents and work-related ill health is her first priority and… Read more »
On Friday 28th September 2012 10.30am – 12.00pm, we held a Macmillan Coffee Morning here at Britannia House. We would like to say thank you for all of those who attended and donated to this worthy cause and we have raised so far £232.78. Thank you.
On the 1st October 2012 the HSE will introduce the FF1 fee for the Intervention Scheme. Under the Health & Safety (fees) Regulations 2012 any person or company who breaks Health & Safety Law could be liable for fees to recover the HSE costs incurrred in an action. This will include inspection, investigation, prosecution and… Read more »
Britannia will be exhibiting at the Free Construction Safety and Health Awareness Day, Trinity Park, Felixstowe Road, Ipswich IP3 8UH next Thursday 4th October 2012. Competence, working at height, health & safety, asbestos and many more subjects covered on the day. Come and visit Britannia’s stand next Thursday! 8.00am – 13.00pm see you there!
Britannia is working in conjunction with Morgan Sindall which has over the last 18 months developed a 3 course scenario to cover Temporary Works Awareness, Temporary Works Co-Ordinator and Temporary Works Supervisor training. The sessions have been delivered across the South East to directors, senior management, sub-contractors and site teams. We have also interacted with… Read more »
Britannia is pleased to announce that we have been taken on by The Tudor Bakehouse as their health and safety advisors. When Paul and Jayne asked us to help, as their expertise are baking and not health and safety we stepped in giving them the straight forward quick support allowing them to get on with… Read more »
Britannia is pleased to announce a substantial training package for the German based company Palm Paper in Kings Lynn. Extensive training in the hazard area of confined space which includes rescue techniques within this enormous paper mill. The training will allow production and maintenance staff to work in dangerous and difficult situations as they cover… Read more »
Yesterday was an exciting day in the Britannia office with the arrival of a new training facility which in a few months’ time will be ready for action. The cabin which is specifically designed to add to Britannia’s training options for confined spaces training and asbestos awareness training is set to be converted into a… Read more »