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  • ContractorPlus Logo Request | Alcumus SM&MS
    Careers Fast Quote Login Home ContractorPlus Logo Request ContractorPlus Logo Request Please fill in the form to request the ContractorPlus electronic logo or vehicle stickers Your name Your email Your company name Your accreditation number This can be found on your certificate How many vehicle stickers do you require for your fleet Do you require the logo in electronic format If so which format do you require jpeg png eps

    Original URL path: http://www.sm-ms.co.uk/contractorplus-logo-request/ (2016-02-16)
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  • ContractorPlus payment matrix | Alcumus SM&MS
    Safety Legionella Disability Access Energy Performance Training Health and Safety Courses Fire Safety Courses IOSH Training Courses News Contact Us Careers Fast Quote Login Home ContractorPlus ContractorPlus Contractor Benefits ContractorPlus payment matrix ContractorPlus payment matrix ContractorPlus Subscription ContractorPlus is a cost effective way of demonstrating your commitment to health and safety Safety Management Monitoring Services Limited trading as Alcumus SM MS Salus House Dyson Wood Way Bradley Business Park Huddersfield

    Original URL path: http://www.sm-ms.co.uk/contractorplus/contractor-benefits/contractorplus-payment-matrix/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Firm in court for unsafe refurbishment work | Alcumus SM&MS
    was posted in Health Safety News on 09 04 2015 by Hannah Archer A construction company has been fined for unsafe refurbishment work that exposed workers to the risk of serious injuries Inspectors from the Health and Safety Executive HSE established that safety standards were woefully lacking at a property undergoing an extensive overhaul in Newton Avenue Acton between July 2013 to January 2014 A basement was excavated without any form of propping or temporary works to provide vital support and later in the project the risk of falls from height was also found to be poorly managed Westminster Magistrates Court heard yesterday 26 March that FN Property Limited also failed to hold any valid Employers Liability Compulsory Insurance for its workforce which is a legal requirement to support workers in the event of an incident occurring HSE twice served Prohibition Notices to stop work linked to the refurbishment during visits in January 2014 to prevent the risk of falls from height The first visit followed a complaint from workers at the site about unsafe excavations where there was a serious risk of collapse FN Property Limited of Askew Road Shepherd s Bush W12 was fined 10 000 and ordered

    Original URL path: http://www.sm-ms.co.uk/news/firm-in-court-for-unsafe-refurbishment-work/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Toy firm and builder in court over warehouse roof death | Alcumus SM&MS
    fell nine metres through a fragile plastic panel at Halsall Toys Europe Ltd on 19 July 2012 The company and builder David Plant were both prosecuted by the Health and Safety Executive HSE today 20 March 2015 after an investigation found no safety measures had been put in place to make sure the work could be carried out safely Preston Crown Court heard debris had been washing down the roof and into the gutters causing them to overflow into the warehouse below Halsall Toys had arranged with Mr Plant an unemployed builder for the roof cleaning work to be done but did not carry out any checks to make sure he was competent Mr Plant and Craig Gray climbed onto the roof which covers 36 000 square feet without any preparation work or planning having taken place in advance They failed to use harnesses or any other equipment to keep them safe The men were four days into the project when Mr Gray stood on one of the clear panels designed to let in light which gave way sending him nine metres to the concrete floor below He died at the scene Halsall Toys Europe Ltd pleaded guilty to a

    Original URL path: http://www.sm-ms.co.uk/news/toy-firm-and-builder-in-court-over-warehouse-roof-death/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Shopfitting firm fined for Oxford Street hoarding collapse | Alcumus SM&MS
    the heart of Oxford Street less than 24 hours after it had been erected a court has heard Four people were injured three seriously in the incident on 7 March 2012 They included 25 year old Charlotte Hammond from Romford who sustained an open fracture of her right ankle that required extensive surgery The hoarding which was some 3 6m high and weighed nearly a tonne had been put up the previous day by Wiltshire based Oracle Interiors Ltd to fence off a clothing store that was being refurbished The shopfitting firm was prosecuted yesterday 3 December after an investigation by the Health and Safety Executive HSE identified serious flaws with the temporary structure Westminster Magistrates Court heard the hoarding was held in place by a single timber brace As such it was inherently weak and wasn t designed or installed to sufficiently withstand gusts of wind or knocks from passing shoppers both of which should have been factored in An estimated 20 people were trapped by the hoarding when it came down although most managed to escape unharmed as emergency crews and fellow passers by rushed to help Injuries sustained by the other victims none of whom want to

    Original URL path: http://www.sm-ms.co.uk/news/shopfitting-firm-fined-for-oxford-street-hoarding-collapse/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Bollard that killed a child was in ‘pretty bad condition’ | Alcumus SM&MS
    have a tendency to rock or fall over Three year old Ben Craggs died after the post toppled onto him at the Ingliston showground in June 2008 The Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland denies 8 charges Mr Cheesman a retired senior lecturer at Heriot Watt University was giving evidence on the fourth day of the trial at Edinburgh Sheriff Court Grabbed rope Ben was at the show on 19 June 2008 with his parents Jonathan and Dawn Craggs from Sedgefield County Durham when he fell and grabbed a rope connecting two of the bollards one of which overturned striking him on the head He died in the Royal Hospital for Sick Children from his injuries Mr Cheesman was called to scene of the accident on 20 June by Lothian and Borders Police He said the top of the 3 5ft high bollard was solid while below was hollow That made it more likely to fall over Tests on the bollard showed that it would take 10 kilos of force to topple it he said He was told Ben weighed 16 kilos and that he was walking when he fell and grabbed the rope connecting the bollards Even if he had been standing still that would still have been enough said Mr Cheesman He told the court that had the bollard been joined to another by a metal pole it could still have fallen but not in the way it did Somebody should be going round every day to check on safety of things like bollards he said It is alleged the society failed to ensure moveable concrete bollards at the showground were stabilised by clamping and as a consequence Ben fell and seized hold of a rope connecting two of the bollards causing one to overturn and strike

    Original URL path: http://www.sm-ms.co.uk/news/bollard-that-killed-a-child-was-in-pretty-bad-condition/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Health & Safety News | Alcumus SM&MS | Page 2
    Employer Sentenced After Elderly Worker Crushed to Death This entry was posted in Health Safety News on 18 11 2014 by Hannah Archer A Kilmarnock employer has been fined for safety failings after a worker was crushed to death when a heavy gate came off its hinges and fell onto him Malcolm Macdonald Kennedy 69 of Riccarton Kilmarnock a retired fitter had been working on a casual basis for Alistair Thomas Corrie who trades as A Corrie Skip Waste Firm Guilty of Corporate Manslaughter and Fined 500 000 This entry was posted in Health Safety News on 12 11 2014 by Hannah Archer A waste firm has been found guilty of corporate manslaughter and fined 500 000 following a death of an employee in January 2011 Michael Winfrey died in an explosion when the door of an autoclave machine he was operating blew out under pressure at Sterecycle s Rotherham plant Another employee suffered serious life changing injuries Image courtesy of rossparry co uk the force of Vector Aerospace Fined After Workers Health Suffers This entry was posted in Health Safety News on 04 11 2014 by Hannah Archer An international aerospace company based in Hampshire has been prosecuted after 13 employees were found to be suffering varying degrees of a debilitating nerve condition The Health and Safety Executive HSE prosecuted Vector Aerospace International Limited of Gosport after investigating reports that workers were being diagnosed with Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome HAVS In total 13 Pub fined after toddler falls through balustrade This entry was posted in Health Safety News on 21 10 2014 by Hannah Archer The Slug and Lettuce pub chain has been fined after a two year old fell through a staircase balustrade at one of their premises in Hanover Street Westminster London image courtesy of Google Streetview

    Original URL path: http://www.sm-ms.co.uk/category/health-safety-news/page/2/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Suffolk company in court for unsafe asbestos removal | Alcumus SM&MS
    2015 by Hannah Archer A Suffolk building company has been fined after removing asbestos insulation board without a licence and failing to protect its workers from falls of up to four metres at a farm building in Waltham Essex Workers were potentially exposed to dangerous asbestos fibres and only provided with baby wipes or access to a hose for decontamination Chelmsford Magistrates Court heard the Health and Safety Executive HSE was alerted by a member of the public concerned that unsafe work was being undertaken at the farm building HSE s investigation found LJW Cladding Ltd did not have a licence permitting it to remove asbestos despite telling the farm owner it held the necessary approvals None of the workers were trained to work with licensed asbestos and were also placed in danger of falling from height while removing the fragile asbestos boards HSE found that the work carried out between 26 and 28 February 2014 was woefully lacking in safety measures Asbestos insulating boards were broken from their fixings with wholly inadequate attempts to prevent the uncontrolled release of fibres There was no use of an enclosure and the respiratory protective equipment provided to workers offered insufficient protection Instead of a full three stage decontamination unit required for such work all the workers had access to were baby wipes and the farm s cold water hose Contaminated overalls over normal clothing continued to be worn while the workers took their lunch break on site and also meant they could have taken asbestos contamination home with them each night The investigation also identified the workers were at risk of falls of up to four metres owing to absent or inadequately installed safety netting and a harness and inertia reel being used inappropriately LJW Cladding Ltd of Evesham Close Ipswich Suffolk

    Original URL path: http://www.sm-ms.co.uk/news/suffolk-company-in-court-for-unsafe-asbestos-removal/ (2016-02-16)
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