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http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association ch ar http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association ch ar 16 M 0 2 Sharing Learning Improving Meeting Notes & Newsletter Does it look good? Is it safe? Members’ Corner Main Presentation Members’ Questions / Requests Toolbox Poster / Cartoon News/Stop Press: Main presentation: Construction: - TG 2013: Is it doing the job? & - SG 4: 15 Preventing Falls Ray Johnson, Safety & Access Ltd BHSEA President BHSEA Quinton Premises Claims Management Seminar The Health & Safety Event (NEC) WWT - SHAD Event(s) Special guests / new members Next meeting: 2. 00 pm Monday 11 th April 2016 For further information: Liz Prophett Tel: 07881 290238; Email: Cyber Crime and the Risks from Social Media and Smart [email protected] org. uk Phones

http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association Special guest(s) http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association Special guest(s) and new Member(s) Special guest Sheila Young from the Peterborough Safety Group was welcomed. Although a much smaller group than BHSEA, they too were privileged to receive the Alan Butler Gold Award recently, and Sheila met with the Secretary and Chairman at the House of Lords awards ceremony. Also welcomed - at the meeting for the first time: Mark Stubbs, Health and Safety Manager attended as a guest from Lioncourt Homes. Richard Abrahams and Chris James attended on behalf of member Lovell.

http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association 03 2016 http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association 03 2016 Does it look good? Is it safe / healthy? From Wiseup 2 work - IOSH 2006 A search has been carried out including contacting IOSH but any copyright holder not found. If you are the copyright holder or know who is please contact BHSEA: Tel: 07881 290238 or email: [email protected] org. uk

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http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association 03 2016 http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association 03 2016 Scaffold Event What do you think happened?

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http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association 03 2016 http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association 03 2016 Where did it go wrong? The scaffold that overturned was not a standard scaffold design as per TG 20: 08. A site specific design should have been in place for this scaffold. The drawing provided contained very little detail. The design provided did not resemble the scaffolding that was erected on site. There is general bad practice throughout the construction of the scaffold. Without the kentledge in place there was the potential for the scaffolding to go over due to windy conditions. Debris netting was installed at the request of the roofing contractors and scaffolder did not review the additional loading to see if the scaffold design was capable of taking the additional loads that could be imposed with wind. The weather conditions would have had the potential to effect the stability of the scaffold.

http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association 03 2016 http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association 03 2016 Was the scaffold build ok? • There should have been sole pads under every standard inside and outside. The size of these sole pads should have been 225 by 450. • The distance between the standards are too long and there should have been more standards in the scaffolding. • There should have been a locking lift at the base of the standards. This would have provided more stability, added more weight to the scaffold and would have prevented the spread of the standards. • There is no ledger bracing in any of the scaffolding. This should have been fixed on every other standard. • There is inadequate face bracing on the scaffolding. • Transoms should have been installed into that lift at every 1. 2 m centres and there should have also been extra transoms where the scaffolders have to butt the boards to give themselves a safe working platform. • This clearly indicates the lack of transoms that the scaffolders have been working on dangerously over spanned scaffold boards. • They have not been working to SG 4: 10.

http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association 03 2016 http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association 03 2016 What was the learning? Planning Demonstrates the need for good planning Design to be in place that has been checked Implementation Scaffolding installed to the design Scaffolding erected in accordance with SG 4: 10 now SG 4: 15 Scaffolding handed over with sign off Monitoring Scaffolding inspected as per requirements Scaffolders not to alter scaffolding on instruction of other Contractors If alterations required Design to be redone and checked

http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association 03 2016 http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association 03 2016 TG 20: 15 & SG 04: 15 • Some excellent guidance available but management need to ensure it is followed and workers must erect scaffolding to the recognised standards. • If the guidance and implementation of the TG 20 and SG 04 had been followed this event may have been prevented.

http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association Members Corner http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association Members Corner – HSE in practice Do you have something good or interesting to share? Please don’t keep it to yourself since others could learn from it! Contact Liz Prophett: - to arrange a 10 minute slot at a BHSEA meeting / event, or - to discuss an idea before committing yourself. You could talk about / present: - the hazards and how HSE is managed in your company - a recent improvement programme / project - photos before and after - a training package you have developed & / or delivered - a tool, technique or form you have developed or used Your talk is also likely to enhance your professional development (CPD) If you wish we can help prepare your presentation eg using Power. Point By sharing your experience you will be helping others – and BHSEA

http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association Construction TG http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association Construction TG 20: 13 Is it doing the job? & SG 4: 15 Preventing Falls Ray Johnson, Safety & Access Ltd Impact of TG 20: 13 - A new set of guidance, not just a revision. Far reaching changes, affecting most common scaffolds. Biggest impact on industry in years The new pack consists of - Operational guide; Design guide; User Guide; E-guide – user-friendly software programme Principal Changes - TG 20 Compliance Sheets; Revolutionary new e-guide software The Working at Height Regulations 2005 – Schedule 3 part 2 (7) require either structural calculations or conformity of design with a recognised standard configuration. The TG 20: 13 Compliance Sheet OR bespoke scaffold design satisfies these requirements. The compliance sheet, included in the management guide, can be photocopied and is suitable for typical scaffolds up to a height of 16 metres. The compliance sheet remains valid for 5 years. Ray demonstrated the software which logically leads you through each stage of the design process, continually changing the scaffold design according to the selections made. The purpose of the e-guide is to generate TG 20 compliance sheets for recognised standard configurations which are exempt from bespoke design. Edge protection always needs design. There are no compliance sheets for edge protection. The e-guide allows selection of wind exposure according to region and site topography Continued - next slide and the season.

http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association Construction TG http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association Construction TG 20: 13 Is it doing the job? & SG 4: 15 Preventing Falls continued Scaffolding Inspection Guidance 2016 The presentation slides show a series of examples of good and bad practice - using the traffic light system - covering foundations, joints in same bay, tie positions, couplers, ladders, boarded platforms, fall risks, beams and bridging as well as hazards and solutions. Where are we two years on? HSE is fully committed to TG 20: 13 and will issue Prohibition Notices where neither a compliance sheet nor a bespoke design is available. All NASC (National Access and Scaffolding Confederation) members will have a full copy of TG 20: 13. Unless a company has the guide they will be unable to confirm and reassure the client that they are fully compliant. Most major companies are aware of TG 20: 13 but this is often not being cascaded to site level. Smaller companies are most likely NOT to have TG 20: 13 is available to NASC members (20% discount applies) and non-members at a cost of £ 975 plus VAT. NASC SG 4: 15 - Preventing Falls in Scaffolding Operations To download this free document go to https: //www. nasc. org. uk/sg 415/ The extensive slide presentation – including many photos and diagrams - by Ray includes: - The Working at Height Hierarchy - the need to consider collective protection over personal protection - Examples of unsafe working practices For further information – slide - Reported falls statistics, indicating a better safety record for NASC members presentation

http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association Members’ Questions http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association Members’ Questions and Requests Do you have a question, concern or request? - perhaps something you are working on or something on your to-do list; or - a question / issue from a manager, employee, supplier, contractor or customer; - maybe something you have always wanted to know or ask, or - simply to get something off you chest that has been bothering you. We can help! - either via BHSEA members or one of our many contacts including the HSE What to do - if possible send an email to Liz Prophett (BHSEA Secretary), or - raise your question, concern or request at a monthly meeting. What we will do - forward your question etc to our Council members (experienced practitioners), or - contact someone we think can help, and - raise the question etc at the next monthly BHSEA meeting, and - post the answer in the next Newsletter. By raising / sharing questions etc in this way we hope everyone can benefit

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http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association 03 2016 http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association 03 2016 Poster downloaded from: http: //www. hse. gov. uk/construction/resources/po sters. htm See also: http: //www. hse. gov. uk/shatteredlives/resources. htm Crown copyright information taken from most HSE publications, may be re-used under the terms of the Open Government Licence (OGL). This licence takes the form of a simple set of terms and conditions for re-use at www. nationalarchives. gov. uk/doc/open-government-licence/version/3/

http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association BHSEA President http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association BHSEA President The Management Committee is extremely pleased to announce that Rosi Edwards has accepted the post of President. Rosi is well know to the Association in her previous role as Regional Director, HSE Wales, Midlands and South West Region President’s role: • Contributor - to help achieve the BHSEA 'objective' as stated in the Articles of Association (the underpinning feature) • Ambassador - to represent the Association as, when and where appropriate • Catalyst - to promote discussion, research and development - improvement • Overseer - to provide oversight of the BHSEA operation, it's customer / member facing 'products and services and it's place within the wider community • Facilitator - to propose and where feasible help facilitate partnership and collaborative working opportunities

http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association BHSEA Quinton http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association BHSEA Quinton Premises • The Quinton premises were purchased in 2001 to provide facilities for: - ‘Safety Information Centre’ (library / loan facility incl. videos) - Council, Management and other meetings - Training (an anticipated future use) - Administration purposes - Production of the BHSEA Newsletter etc • Many of the reasons for acquiring Quinton no longer apply and it costs approximately £ 5 pa to run. • Of several options considered and expert advice obtained a decision has been made to either: - Sell Quinton and invest the proceeds, or - Let Quinton (as a whole) via a managing agent. • Either option will: - remove all / most of the Quinton management / administrative burden on the Secretary (& others), - allow concentration on the BHSEA objective, - give a healthy return (investment or rental income). • Suitable (small) office accommodation will be rented

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http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association WWT – http: //www. bhsea. or g. uk Birmingham Health, Safety & Environment Association WWT – SHAD Events (Working Well Together – Safety & Health Awareness Days) 26 April 2016 ‘Good Health is Good Business’ Black Country Living Museum 8. 00 Registration and Welcome. Close 12. 30 6 July 2016 ‘Plant Safety’ Broadstreet Rugby Club, Coventry 8. 00 Start. Close 12. 30 Date(s) TBA Asbestos Awareness’ Sessions Various venues across the West Midlands. Two sessions per day (am and pm), lasting approx 3½ hours For more information and how to book any of the above

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