A common sense approach to the practical application of health and safety for events and the workplace.
On 14 October 2012, Felix Baumgartner ascended to 128,100 feet in a stratospheric balloon and made a free fall jump rushing towards earth at supersonic speeds before parachuting to the ground (source Redbull Stratos)
In the course of a heart-stopping 10 minutes Felix jumped from a height that no man has jumped from before, and became the first human to break the sound barrier without an aircraft.
You could say health and safety has no limits.
Health & safety was never implemented to prevent your activity, whether it is in the workplace or at your event. Its all about ‘Common Sense, Common Safety’
These are the principles we apply to all our clients
We are experienced in the provision of health and safety and can also act in a consultative capacity for both businesses and event organisations
Our expertise in applying health and safety to events has been identified as best practice by Local Government Department.