Sanctus Training played a key part in the latest WWT event entitled ‘Breaking Ground’ 7 Safe Steps, held at the National Self Build and Renovation Centre in Swindon.
Delegates from across a number of industries including construction, environmental and housing were able to attend a number of key seminars, including one from our own Health, Safety & Environmental Manager, Angela (Angie) Shaw, who spoke on the subject of Contaminated Land, a subject close to the heart of our sister company Sanctus Ltd – a specialist in land remediation.
Contamination and in particular, Asbestos is a key area for Sanctus Training, offering a number of training opportunities including UKATA Asbestos Awareness and Non-licensed Work with Asbestos Training, which is delivered from our purpose-built facility in Gloucestershire.
It was good to see so many familiar faces and have the opportunity to meet and speak to new friends as well – we look forward to following up with you all shortly.
Seen here from left, Naomi Haywood – Training Coordinator and Angie Shaw.
Working Well Together (WWT) is a construction industry initiative put in place to improve health and safety in the construction industry, particularly in the small and micro businesses. Started in 1998, WWT has gone on to become the most successful, health and safety initiative within the construction industry.