MGF will continue our support of the HSE’s Working Well Together (WWT) campaign by supporting their ‘A Survivors Guide to the Construction Industry’ event at the Bridgwater College Construction Skills Centre in Bridgwater, Somerset later this month.
To be held on Tuesday 21st June 2016 from 8.30am to 12.30pm, the event is one of a series of free partnership events run by the construction industry for the construction industry. The aim of the event is to raise awareness of the key health and safety issues facing the construction industry today and to provide practical advice on how to avoid the risks on building sites of all sizes – with a particular focus on Apprentice workers.
MGF regularly support the Working Well Together campaign through our regional involvement at events and initiatives across the UK. This latest event is an ideal opportunity for our South West Team to share best practice in excavation safety and demonstrate how we can support our customers to create safe working environments.
The event is free to attend and there is an opportunity to win an iPad Mini donated by our South West Team.
Bookings will be confirmed by email via EventBrite and a registration ticket will be available to print.
For further information about the event and Working Well Together South West contact Julia Bone on Tel: 01752 276309 or Email: email@example.com
Directions to the Bridgwater College Construction Skills Centre
The Bridgwater College Construction Skills Centre can be found just five miles north of Bridgwater located just off the A39 between Bridgwater and Minehead. If you are approaching the centre from Bridgwater direction, follow the A39 to the first roundabout. Take the second exit, following the road into the village centre. The road bends sharply to the left, then take the right hand turn at the War Memorial onto Roadway Hill. The Cannington Centre will shortly be found on your left. The Construction Skills Centre is located at the top of Roadway Hill on the right hand side, follow the signs for the Golf course.