Health and Safety

1912, 2017

The Safety Ripple effect

December 19th, 2017|Career Change, Health and Safety, Shirley Parsons News|

Rachel Corbett and Shona Paterson, Associate Director from Shirley Parsons, met with Duncan Aspin, Head of HSEQS for VolkerStevin, to discuss his approach to safety management. They asked Duncan to tell us about the way he is driving a positive […]

3110, 2017

Ian Nixon of Costain speaks to Shirley Parsons about the upcoming SHE apprenticeship

October 31st, 2017|Career Change, Construction, Health and Safety, Recruitment News, Shirley Parsons News|

Shirley Parsons are advocates of any training scheme or qualification that fosters the next generation of SHE professionals. Philip Muston, Managing Consultant at Shirley Parsons and I recently met with Ian Nixon, Highways and Nuclear SHE Manager at Costain, to […]

2507, 2017

Thames Water is taking the emotion out of health and safety risk assessment

July 25th, 2017|Health and Safety, Shirley Parsons News|

As the UK’s largest water and wastewater services provider, Thames Water understands the importance of managing their operations around the clock to meet the demands of its 15 million customers.
This demand is continuous. Everyday Thames Water successfully manages over 4.6 […]

1007, 2017

Construction quality… decades behind?

July 10th, 2017|Construction, Engineering, Environmental, Health and Safety, Quality|

Over the past 2 years, the team at Shirley Parsons has seen a huge demand for quality professionals in the construction & civil engineering sector. Compared to other industries, there seems to be a lot of confusion around what quality […]

2801, 2016

Arm Loss Leads to Large Fine for Staffordshire Firm

January 28th, 2016|Health and Safety|

A worker at a potato plant lost an arm in an incident that has led to his employer suffering fines and costs totalling £40,000.
A company in Staffordshire has been prosecuted and fined over an incident in which one of its […]