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SMAS attends Estates Seminar for the Universities Safety and Health Association (USHA)

The Universities Safety and Health Association held the latest Estates Seminar from the 10-11th July and Safety Management Advisory Services (SMAS) was in attendance.

The Universities Safety and Health Association (USHA) is an organisation “for the promotion of safety and health in higher education”.

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Case Study – R J Booth Services – Building business with SMAS Worksafe



SMAS assess a company’s H&S management system to ensure H&S has been considered throughout each phase of the construction process. RJ Booth Services were asked to gain SMAS Worksafe accreditation in order to fulfil the stage 1 requirement for Bovis Homes; fulfilling their legal obligation under CDM 2015.<...
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Dannex Case Study



Dannex Systems UK Ltd are manufacturers of high quality Timber, Timber Aluminium, Aluminium and PVC windows and doors rated to EN NHBC quality standards and considered to be a product with exceptional build and durability characteristics within the construction industry. Working with both commerc...
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POW Case Study

POW Architects based in Canterbury Road, London, have recently applied for and have been successfully awarded the SMAS Worksafe certificate demonstrating the ability to design elegant spaces with safety in mind.

As a RIBA charted practise POW’s Architects embrace each project, consciously thinking about el...
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Reporting on compliance

Why is compliance important?

Showing that your organisation knows how to work to a required standard is one thing but actively working to that standard and being able to show this easily when required is the real challenge.

CDM regulations 2015 state that it’s a main contractor’s responsibility to ensure that the companies it contracts with have the organisationa...
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Supporting H&S Consultants in delivering the best service possible to their Clients

SMAS works with many H&S consultancies across the UK in supporting the applications they submit on behalf of Client companies applying for SSiP accreditation. SMAS must take an unbiased position on the applications themselves; although there are many ways in which we support the consultants who interact with us as part of this process.


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Providing Main Contractors, a duel-service offering which brings all PQQ requirements together in one place

Partnering with Builders Profile enables SMAS to offer contractors a simpler route to submitting information for assessment; but also means that Main Contractors can benefit too.

  • A simpler way to ask your sub-contractors to attain SSiP accreditation
  • Keeps all su...
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WRS committed to demonstrating to Client’s good safety processes; because they know it’s important to their clients so it’s important to them too

Worldwide Recruitment Solutions (WRS) is a leading global recruitment solutions business servicing the needs of clients and contractors worldwide in the Construction & Infrastructure, Energy, Mining, Marine and Manufacturing industries. Operating on ...
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The William Tracey Group, commitment to Health and Safety

Background

The William Tracey Group (WTG) is one of the UK’s leading recycling and resource management companies. Established in 1948, the company fuses unparalleled industry experience with the latest technologies t...
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Updates from the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS)

CRO deadline fast approaching – (Source: https://www.cscs.uk.com/card-type/construction-site-operative-cso/)

The deadline for CRO card applications is 31st March 2017.

However, all CRO applicants should note that cards issued since October 2015 will expire on 30th September 2017. In ...
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