accredited Health and Safety consultants
and CDM specialists
based in Evesham we cover the South Midlands, including Worcester, Redditch, Stratford and Cheltenham
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About Glenn Webb Ltd - Health and Safety Consultants and CDM specialists
Architect’s Support CDM 2015
Glenn Webb Ltd with IMAPS, and H&S qualified personnel can give excellent support as Principal Designers to architects who do not themselves have the expertise to take on this role. We currently handle projects valued from £50k to £5 million
Principal Contractor CDM 2015
Glenn Webb Ltd with IMAPS, and H&S qualified personnel can give excellent support as Principal Designers to Principal Contractors who do not themselves have the expertise to take on this role. We currently handle projects valued from £50k to £5 million
Glenn Webb Ltd - accredited Health and Safety Consultants. NEBOSH qualified, Glenn has developed a health and safety business which provides a whole range of services to businesses of all size across all sectors.
Most importantly, clients are supported by an operational audit service, tailored to client needs, ensuring performance continues to meet the necessary levels of safe operation.
IMAPS qualified, Glenn has, since 2005, successfully specialised in CDM coordinator duties for the commercial developer. With the change in CDM regulations in 2015, Glenn is now working as a CDM Consultant with Clients, Architects and Principal contractors, to ensure the increased health and safety responsibilities placed upon them are correctly managed and complied with.
Glenn specialises in assisting clients who need it to obtain SSIP accreditation such as SMAS, and EXOR. Also, Construction line and Safe Contractor.
Fire Risk Assessment
Glenn also now holds a CO6 Fire Risk Assessment Certificate and is qualified to carry out fire risk assessments.
Because of the importance of training in operational safety, Glenn obtained the PTLLS training qualification. A wide range of training is now offered to meet client needs, both in house and through other associated trainers, where a specialised need is required.
Chris Moran is the Operations Director of the company. Chris holds a CITB SMSTS certificate, and a construction CSCS card.
Chris is responsible for assisting new and existing construction clients with the meeting the site set up, site control and operational requirements, of CDM2015.
NEWS UPDATE – Chris Moran, the Operations Director now holds the NEBOSH certificate.
Chris also monitors the on-going compliance with HASWA74, MHASWR 99, for the whole of the Company’s client base.
As an HNC qualified engineer, formerly a tool design and manufacturing manager, Chris brings particular safety expertise to the company’s expanding engineering client base.
In summary Glenn Webb Ltd – Health and Safety consultants offer a broad based, hands on, health and safety support service to meet all needs.
Providing our clients with a wide range of services, including risk assessments, audits, manuals, policies and support contracts.
If you’re looking for fully accredited health and safety consultants, serving the areas around Evesham, Redditch, Stratford, Worcester and Cheltenham with a hands on approach to all aspects of health and safety then please look no further.
We have a team of Health and Safety consultants with the qualifications, skills and commitment to providing services which include, general health and safety advice and development of H&S systems, procedures and operational manuals which are tailored to meet specific client needs, operational audit services to ensure ongoing compliance, a wide range of health and safety training, timber frame build fire risk assessments and general premises fire risk assessment.
We specialise in working with Clients, Architects and Principal Contractors to act as Principal Designers under the CDM 2015 regulations.
We have clients in Cheltenham, Evesham, Redditch, Stratford and Worcester, and many other locations where we are providing health and safety consultancy services in construction, manufacturing, warehousing, transport, school, colleges, fruit and vegetable packaging and distribution, environmental service, leisure, including sports clubs and golf club, hotels, catering, retail, building maintenance, including double glazing installation, roofing, painting and decorating, landscape gardening, demolition, waste reclamation and recycling, commercial and domestic cleaning; commercial services (accountants, solicitors).
With current involvement as an IMAPS qualified CDM Consultant, and previous experience as a CDM Coordinator and planning Supervisor, Glenn Webb Ltd are able to assist and advise Clients, Principal Designers and Principle contractors, on fulfilling their legal duties under the CDM 2015 regulations.
Whether it be first time clients carrying out a one-off development, or a sole or small practice architectural business, the health and safety aspects of appointments and on-going monitoring need to be handled in a professional manner, if legal implications are to be avoided.
Glenn Webb can take on the duty holder responsibility as Principal Designer for advising the client and architect/designers on the requirements of CDM2015 and oversee operational safety on behalf of the client, for the duration of the project.
The necessity for there to be a Principal contractor where more than one contractor is engaged on a construction project, will put added onus on small builders.
Glenn Webb can advise and assist clients and designers in contractor selection, safety monitoring throughout the project, and administration such as the Pre-construction Information and assessment of Construction Phase plans.
Glenn Webb can assist appointed Principal Contractors in the preparation of Construction Phase Plans, and collection and presentation of information for the Health and Safety File.
With Glenn Webb taking on or advising on the CDM 2015 duties the principals are then able to concentrate on their own areas of knowledge and experience.
Glenn Webb Ltd is a SSIP (SMAS) accredited Health and Safety consultancy.
With considerable previous experience, Glenn Webb can advise and assist clients who need to gain SSIP accreditation with SMAS, EXOR or Construction Line, and Safe Contractor, to achieve the required accreditation.
What our clients say
Ref: New Era Property Solutions Malvern
CDM 2015 training Feb 2019
Brilliant day today. Thank you very much.
12th February 2019
We have worked with Glenn Webb Ltd on a number of projects varying in scale from domestic to larger commercial developments. They have been regularly appointed to work on our behalf contributing to the role as Principle Designer. They provide us with sound and pragmatic guidance, ensuring that we undertake our duties to minimise/eliminate potential risks to health and safety throughout the design process, pre-construction phase and during the course of construction works.
We have no hesitation in recommending their services.
Karl Greenway RIBA
Lett + Sweetland Architects
11th February 2019
Glenn Webb acted in the capacity of Principal Designer and we found his approach to be extremely professional and proactive. Advice given was invaluable during all phases of the scheme and was positive and constructive and that of a member of the team who worked together for the benefit of the scheme. We would have no hesitation in recommending the services of Glenn Webb.
Guy Fullwood B.Eng
R H Fullwood & Co Ltd
5th February 2019
Glenn Webb Ltd - Accredited Health and Safety Consultants
Glenn Webb assisted us with all aspects of CDM during the construction of our 12000 square meter farm yard and building development. Glenn oversaw all aspects of site Health and Safety for three contractors and acted as Principal Designer on our behalf. The project was completed on time and with no health and safety incidents. We have no hesitation in recommending Glenn Webb.
Duncan Andrews, Henson and Andrews Ltd
Glenn Webb Ltd is our first port of call for all Health and Safety, and CDM assistance.
– David Bull, David Bull Associates Architects – 30-10-18
Glenn Webb is recommended highly as a health and safety consultant for businesses to stay complaint with legislation and the law within industry.
Paul Harris, Cadsqure Midlands Ltd – 27-03-18
Anybody looking for a qualified training company which covers a wide range of services that include health and safety, electrical safety and many more.
Scott Smythe Avonbank Engineering Ltd – 26-05-17
Change in Enforcement Expectations for Mild Steel Welding Fume
HSE Safety Alert – : HSE Bulletin STSU1 2019
All workers, employers, self-employed, contractors’ and any others who undertake welding activities, including mild steel, in any industry.
There is new scientific evidence that exposure to all welding fume, including mild steel welding fume, can cause lung cancer.
There is also limited evidence linked to kidney cancer.
There is a change in HSE enforcement expectations in relation to the control of exposure of welding fume, including that from mild steel welding.
All businesses undertaking welding activities should ensure effective engineering controls are provided and correctly used to control fume arising from those welding activities.
Where engineering controls are not adequate to control all fume exposure, adequate and suitable respiratory protective equipment (RPE) is also required to control risk from the residual fume.
Issue date: Feb 2019
Contains public sector information published by the Health and Safety Executive and licensed under the Open Government Licence’.
Contractor sentenced after householder exposed to asbestos
A Wigan building contractor has appeared in court after exposing a homeowner and her family to asbestos while carrying out a garage conversion.
Manchester Magistrates’ Court heard that Anthony McGrath, trading as Winstanley Construction, carried out asbestos removal work during the conversion when he was not licenced to do so and failed to carry out this work in a safe manner resulting in asbestos contamination in the ground floor of the house.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) investigation into the incident at Bassett Grove, Wigan found Mr McGrath had removed Asbestos Insulating Board ceiling panels from the garage, broken them up, and placed them in the garden for several days. When the home owner queried what the boards were, she was told it was asbestos, but they were safe and would be removed soon.
After ringing the local council the home owner then contacted a licensed asbestos removal contractor who confirmed that the boards were Asbestos Insulating Board and should be removed under controlled conditions. Asbestos contamination was found in several areas of the house and the householder was unable to re-enter the house for more than a week while a clean-up operation costing in excess of £12,000 was carried out.
Anthony McGrath of Winstanley Road, Billinge, Wigan pleaded guilty to breaches of Regulation 10 of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 and Regulation 8 (1) of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012.He was fined £475 for each breach and ordered to pay a compensation order of £7,500.
Speaking after the hearing HSE Inspector David Norton said: “This incident could so easily have been avoided by simply carrying out correct control measures and safe working practices. Companies and individuals should be aware that HSE will not hesitate to take appropriate enforcement action against those that fall below the required standards”.
Completed a most interesting project as the CDM consultant setting up the H&S systems and procedures for a groundwork client SB Groundworks Ltd to excavate land known to contain unexploded ordinance (UXO) in preparation for building to take place on the site.
Just commenced a Principal Designer/CDM adviser contract with the very popular Cotswold Farm Park to oversee the construction of a new timber frame (SIP) visitor reception centre and restaurant.
Pleased to announce that Chloe Moran has joined us as a commercial apprentice