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Fatality at Bywaters prompts HSE warning


I write as the MD of Bywaters. The Company takes any injury or risk of injury very seriously and we always work closely with our own H & S Staff, external H & S advisors and the HSE. Every recommendation to enhance H & S from any source has been carefully considered before being professionally implemented on a continuous basis. There were no outstanding works at the time of the incident and the single person involved was working alone and had no reason to put himself into danger. The Police and the HSE have not been able to report back further on this matter. Following this unexplained incident additional precautions were immediately introduced. Directly employed staff have worked 7 million hours in the last ten years and our H & S policies have continually reduced risk and injury over this time to a very low level. We hold ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 and we are truly dedicated to doing everything possible to reduce and eradicate all forms of risk and we will continue to do so. 11 May 2018

Posted date

11 May, 2018

Posted time

2:02 pm