First and foremost, the wellbeing and safety of those who work with us is the most important aspect of any project. No one can afford to take chances in any industry, and with so much going on, usually in arduous conditions, tight working spaces, and unfamiliar surfaces, new hazards could spring up any time and just when you weren't expecting them. As we are first on the site of any project, we set the tone and provide the examples regarding methods and safety.
Prior to any commencement of work, a brief on the ground to be covered is explained to all team members, access on and off the site, potential hazards, working hours and working goals that the whole team agree to for that day’s work, first aid and actions on emergency, all as part of The Toolbox Talk, and in accordance with HSE guidelines and rules.
A thorough check of all PPE is then carried out by the crew chief for serviceability and cleanliness. Particular attention is paid to ropes and climbing equipment, pulleys, and strops.
Trust Events operates a strict Health and Safety Policy in accordance with HSE guidelines which may be sent to our clients via email along with full and concise method statements, any risk assessments, drawings and calculations including actions on high winds and other diverse weather conditions, insurances both public and employers up to 10m.
All crew members operating machinery are fully licensed to do so, and all lifting practices are in accordance with LOLER.