Bulphan C of E Primary School, (Education)
Bulphan approached MESH to fulfill the role of Competent Person in respect to their health & safety in 2014.
The key reason was that the school like so many others had previously relied upon assistance from the Council and this support had been withdrawn.
I have found MESH to be very accessible and easy to approach with any questions we may have, however silly they may be!
Brooke Vincent & Partners, (Building surveyors)
Thank you for your assistance in updating our Health and Safety Policy and for guiding us through not only the SSIP accreditation but for providing us with the background knowledge and skills to ease this process next year.
In 2012 Brooke Vincent needed to apply for SSIP accreditation to meet the requirements of a major construction client. Part of this process required MESH to assist in updating the health & safety policy.
Parkserve, (Buildings management)
MESH delivered an in-house IOSH Managing Safely course at Sandwich Discovery Park towards the end of 2016.
The request was made by the site H&S Manager based on previous experiences of working with MESH.
Birkin Cleaning Services Limited, (Cleaning)
Nigel Dimmock is a director of Birkin Cleaning services and had recently agreed to take a more proactive health and safety role in the business.
Nigel by his own admission had not studied for many years and was really quite apprehensive about what the course might involve. However his fears were soon put to rest and he went on to achieve a Distinction pass.
In his own words he was very shocked at passing with such good marks.
Howden Insurance, (Insurance)
MESH were requested to undertake a noise assessment at their client’s premises in Wotton-under-Edge in Feb 2017. The client being Majorlift Hydraulic Equipment Limited.
Cerealto, (Foof Manufacturing)
An assessment of the Worksop site of Cerealto has been carried out July 2016 in compliance with the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations (DSEAR) 2002. DSEAR compliance is mandatory in law in the UK.
Due consideration of hazardous substances present and circumstances of handling in relation to ongoing storage and transfer operations are the focus of this DSEAR risk assessment - particularly those that may lead to fire and / or explosion. Importantly DSEAR requires us to look at potential risks from the substances in use.
Hazardous area classification was carried out and the HAC zones identified.