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WWT has grown into the longest running and most successful health and safety initiative in the history of the construction industry. We continue to build on our success and need people, companies and organisations interested in improving health and safety across the construction industry.

Are you a small company owner, a construction worker, self-employed?
Use this website to find out about events in your area. Go along to find out how to improve your safety on site and to see what new equipment and kit is available to help you. On the ‘further information page’ you'll find information to help you with tasks such as writing risk assessments and method statements.
Are you a larger construction company, Trade Association, college or Local Authority?
The industry needs people, companies and organisations interested in sharing good practice and improving health and safety across the construction industry. Find out if your organisation is already an active member of your regional WWT Group. If not, contact the local group chair to find out how you can get involved.  If you don’t yet have an active regional WWT group in your area and would like to set one up,  contact Adebayo Ige on 02075563564, for more information and assistance
If your company or organisation is actively involved with WWT, you may be entitled to use the WWT logo on your company stationery and vehicles.
Are you a supplier to the industry or a potential sponsor?
We like to offer delegates at our events an opportunity to see the latest equipment and services that will help them work in a safer environment. We usually attract over 150 delegates at our events, proving an excellent opportunity for companies to showcase their products. We also have opportunities throughout the year for sponsorship of events. If you’d like us to add you to our national database of exhibitors or need more information, please contact Adebayo Ige on 02075563564.

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