Protect Home Workers As an employer, you have the same health and safety responsibilities for home workers as for any other workers. When someone is working from home, permanently or temporarily, as an employer you should consider: How will you keep in touch with them? What work activity will they be doing (and for how…

Dust-Related Site Inspections Have Commenced HSE inspectors are now visiting sites across the UK to assess how they are controlling dust, focusing on the construction, woodworking and food manufacturing sectors. Make sure you know the risks, plan your work and use the right controls. For more information on dust in the workplace please click on…

Skin Cancer Awareness Month Skin Cancer awareness month is an annual awareness campaign that takes place every May. The campaign aims to raise awareness of the dangers of unprotected sun exposure and educate the public about the ways to help prevent skin cancer. UV exposure from the sun is one of the main causes of…

Increase In Noise-Induced Hearing Loss Between 2015-16 and 2017-18, an additional 23,000 work-related hearing problems were reported in the UK. The increase in reports means the occupational hazard of noise is becoming a priority, particularly in sectors including construction and food manufacturing. However the music industry has previously been overlooked as a hazardous industry despite…

Welsh Construction Show Cardiff 2019 Workare had a great time exhibiting at the Welsh Construction Show Cardiff 2019! Hundreds of delegates from multiple sectors within the construction industry joined for a day of networking, connecting and learning from the informative seminars delivered by leading experts. The Welsh Construction Shows The Welsh Construction Shows – Cardiff…

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COVID-19 Update

Hello, we are still open for business but can no longer carry out face to face appointments. This means that Safety Critical, Wind Turbine or any significant medical that requires the individual being present has been put on hold. If you have had a recent Safety Critical/Wind Turbine medical with us in the last 3 years we may extend it for three months after speaking with the individual.

We will be carrying out health surveillance/case management remotely by telephone or paper screening. This is in line with guidance from the Health & Safety Executive.

You can still ring or email us.