When supporting a local glamping business this week with their post Covid-19 opening plans, one of the key areas of focus and discussion was communication.
In this context, it was the communication required to allay any fears customers may have about the risks of Covid-19.
Walking round the site with the owners (an idyllic glamping site in a beautiful Wiltshire country location), I was viewing it as a potential customer and not just as a Health and Safety professional. By looking at the site through the eyes of a customer, we were able to confirm that the Covid-19 risk assessment is comprehensive and, that their plans are robust. Most, if not all, of the potential customer concerns have been addressed.

Christmas is the time of year when, if we’re lucky, we celebrate the season with our families and friends. Unfortunately, it’s also a time when accidents and injuries involving the misuse of stepladders occur. This is as true at home as it is of the workplace.

Whether in the workplace or decking the halls with boughs of holly at home, what should you be checking before you make that ascent with the drawing pins in your pocket and one end of a paper chain over your shoulder? Read on to find out.

I provide practical health and safety solutions and safety training.Everyone should be able to work in a safe environment and then go home safely at the end of the day.

I am passionate about protecting people and ensuring your business is legally compliant.Health and safety is important, but so is running your business or operation.

By taking the time to understand your working environment and listening to you, I work with you to provide and implement practical and manageable solutions that solve your risk and safety needs.