Construction event for excavation kit

MGF Support 'Breaking Ground' Working Well Together Event

MGF are pleased to announce that we will be supporting the ‘Breaking Ground’ – 7 Safe Steps – Working Well Together Event on the 17th February 2016.

Taking place at The National Safe Build and Renovation Centre in Swindon, the free morning event aims to help those involved in construction processes to identify the main failings in excavation work which lead to physical injury and to assist them in taking the necessary measures at planning stage to avoid them.

The event takes place on Wednesday 17th February from 8.45am until 12.30pm and will include talks and demonstrations about; excavation safety, contaminated land, buried services, CDM, temporary works and occupational health. Staff from our MGF South West Depot will be on hand to talk about excavation safety, best practice and the products and services which MGF can provide to assist in creating safe working environments in excavations.

Demonstration of MGF trench box at a construction site with a group of workers in protective gear watching

MGF demonstration at a Working Well Together event

MGF’s South West Regional Manager Tracy McMahon said ‘The MGF South West Depot is very happy to be supporting this event with the Working Well Together organisation. Excavation safety and best practice are at the forefront of what we do at MGF and the opportunity to help spread the word throughout our industry by attending such events with respected partners is invaluable and supports our mission to be the most trusted supplier of excavation safety solutions’.

Working Well Together (WWT) is a construction industry initiative put in place to improve health and safety in the construction industry, particularly in small and micro businesses. Started in 1998, WWT has gone on to become the most successful, Health and Safety initiative within the construction industry. MGF have been working in collaboration with WWT in recent years and have already attended a number of regional and national events to promote safety and best practice.

For further information about Working Well Together please visit: http://wwt.uk.com/