TEC Health & Safety Director presents to over 150 delegates at Working Well Together event

Hitting the ground running in his new role, our Health & Safety Director, Martin, recently shared his industry expertise with future construction professionals, as part of the Working Well Together (WWT) initiative. As Vice Chair of the South West group, Martin, presented to over 150 construction students and apprentices from across Cornwall on the topic of Behavioural Safety Culture.

As a non-profit, industry led construction safety initiative started by HSE and the main Construction Industry Advisory Committee (CONIAC), WWT aims to educate and improve health and safety knowledge across the sector, while also promoting training and learning through the provision of free events.

With a passion for increasing understanding and sharing knowledge about health and safety within the construction industry, Martin has been involved with WWT for several years. Presenting at Camborne College, delegates also got to hear insight from other organisations, including professionals at CITB and HSE. Feedback from the event was excellent, and WWT hope to hold similar events in the future.

Relying on support from the construction industry, WWT is funded by HSE and its members, with regular speakers including health and safety professionals from a range of organisations from each regional group. As a WWT member, TEC is proud to be sharing advice and guidance to other businesses looking to improve their health and safety procedures.

For more information about WWT visit: https://www.coniac.org.uk/networks/working-well-together

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