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The Working Well Together groups usually run more than 60 events across England, Scotland and Wales every year. Most of the events are free to attend and we usually feed you too!  So come along, meet and speak with industry experts and don't forget to pick up a WWT SHAD Pack on your way out!!






See the list below to see what’s happening in your area. For each event, click on the link to download the programme and booking form. With more than 60 events each year (1 a week), there is always something being planned and we are constantly uploading new events to this page so, bookmark this page and check back regularly.


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  • Friday, April 3, 2020 Places Available

    WWT Anglia Designer Awareness Events April 2020

    Working Well Together (WWT) Anglia Group would like to invite you to a Designer Awareness Day to give you valuable information about how you can help prevent occupational disease to construction workers with your design. WWT are holding three Designer Awareness Days during April 2020 in various locations within the Anglia region. Please see the attached flyer for further details. 3rd April 2020 - Landmark House, 4 Egerton Road, Ipswich IP1 5PB 24th April 2020 - HSE Offices, Rosebery Court, St Andrew's Business Park, Norwich, NR7 0HS 30th April 2020 - HSE Offices, Osprey House, Hedgerow Business Park, Colchester Rd, Springfield Chelmsford CM2 5PF
    The speaker, Philip Baker, is a designer by training and has been heavily involved in CDM since 1995. Philip has worked on a wide range of projects as PS/CDM-C/PD and has advised the full range of duty holders on how they can discharge their duties effectively. Philip is a past President of the Association for Project Safety, a Certified Fellow and the current Chair of the APS London Regional Committee. For further information about these events please contact or or WWT Anglia chair Gerald Brown

    WWT Anglia Designer Awarenss Events [710.23KB]

  • Wednesday, April 22, 2020 Places Available

    Fire Safety in Construction

    The Bank House, Bransford, Worcestershire, WR6 5JD

    It is estimated there are around 11 construction fires every day in the UK.


    The construction industry suffers losses estimated at around £400 million a year, which is over £1 million every day.


    There are plenty of sources of ignition on construction sites, some of which are:

    Electrical faults; unsafe equipment, over loaded circuits, incorrect use of equipment and extension leads.

    How works and a failure to manage them.

    Smoking, especially illicit smoking in areas where there are combustible materials etc.

    Temporary lighting and lamps.

    Portable heaters.



    There are also lots of sources of easily combustible materials, for instance; components of the building, stacked materials, packaging, flammable liquids etc.


    Good reasons to keep your site safe from fire.


    08:30 – 09:00 Tea/coffee and Registration


    09:00 – 09:30 Welcome and Introduction


    HSE view by Christopher Gregory


    Presentation on fire safety in construction


    Tea and coffee


    Presentation on fire stopping


    Event wind down and questions




    Timings of the presentations are not set to allow speakers some flexibility for questions or discussions...

  • Thursday, April 30, 2020 Places Available

    Building/Facilities Safety - Managing risks including fire risks

    Walsall Football Club, Banks's Stadium, Bescot Crescent, Walsall, West Midlands, WS1 4SA

    A FREE Construction Event for small companies and others including anyone involved with properties, old and new

    Building/Facilities Safety - Managing risks including fire risks

    Thursday 30th April 2020 (08:45-15:00)




    - Welcome & Introduction <BHSEA>

    - Background & Building Life Cycle

    - Building Safety Reform: The Path Ahead - Sean Elson, Pinset Masons

    - Case Study/Syndicate Exercise


    - An Inspector's View - Christopher Gregory, HM Inspector, HSE

    - A Facility Management View

    - A Fire Specialists View

    - Question and Close

    Building/Facilities Safety [410.86KB]