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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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  • Tuesday, June 4, 2019 Places Available

    Breaking Ground - Safer Sites



    Sherford Training Centre, Sherford, Plymouth. PL7 5AE



    Excavation and groundworks - Every year people are killed or seriously injured by collapses and falling materials whilst working in excavations. Groundworks and excavations such as digging foundations and trenches for drains are generally the first jobs carried out on a construction site, and unhappily for those killed each year; it was last task they carried – or attempted to carry - out.


    Workplace Transport - On average, About 7 workers die each year (an additional 93 workers are also seriously injured) by accidents involving vehicles or mobile plant on construction sites. These accidents involving vehicles or mobile plant on construction sites can and indeed should be prevented by the effective management of transport operations throughout the construction process.


    Working At Height – Falls from height account for the greatest portion of deaths among construction workers. There is no distinction between low and high falls so whenever any work is to be carried out at height, adequate measures must be taken to prevent the risk of any fall that could cause injury.  


    The event will feature talks and demonstrations. Experts from the industry and HSE inspectors will also be present to answer your questions. Whether you are a self-employed jobbing builder or run a small building company this free event is a must.


    Places at this event are limited and it is likely to be highly popular. BOOK NOW – Visit


    You will be required to complete and return a feedback form for an attendance certificate.


    Breaking Ground - Sherford - 04.06.2019 [754.74KB]

  • Monday, June 17, 2019 Places Available

    Designer CPD Event

    Hardwick Hall Hotel, Sedgefield  TS21 2EH

    Due to our last Designer CPD Event being oversubscribed, we are pleased to announce a re-run of this popular event in the Teesside area. 
    Working Well Together is a cross-industry partnership with the aim of improving standards of health and safety in our industry.
    The goal is meaningful and sustained reduction in injury and ill-health.  The benefit is not only a reduction in the pain and suffering caused to our fellow workers, but there are also real gains to be made in productivity, pride and professionalism.
    Designers have a big influence on all of these factors.  Early consideration of health and safety issues can resolve many of the problems that contractors face.  We all know that changes cropping up during the construction phase can be expensive.  The cost of failure to plan effectively is reflected in the high levels of injury and ill-health amongst our workforce.
    Designers have a crucial role in improving the performance of the industry but they need to be more proactive.  You will gain a valuable perspective on the designer role in construction.  Please ensure that at least one of your colleagues attends.
    To book a place please complete the booking form below. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis so an early reply is advised. 

    Designer CPD Event Flyer Booking Form [337.41KB]

  • Wednesday, June 26, 2019 Places Available

    CDM Trackback - What does this mean?

    Suite 2, The Smokehouse, 7&8 Clifford’s Fort, The Fish Quay, North Shields NE30 1JE - 9.00am start

    HSE’s Plan of Work for 2019/20 includes inspections and interventions in the following areas:

    - Refurbishment works

    - Homebuild (small and medium sized developers)

    - Fire in timber framed construction

    - CDM dutyholder trackback


    WWT NE, in association with Carney Consultancy, are planning a series of free seminars to help contractors and designers understand their responsibilities and what is expected from them.

    CDM Trackback: What does this mean?

    - Are you fully aware as a Client / Principal Contractor / Contractor / Designer / Principal Designer of your CDM duties?

    - Are you aware of what will be investigated in a CDM Trackback exercise?

    - Are you confident you have complied with your duties under CDM 2015?

    - Have you got everything in place in accordance with the requirements of CDM 2015?

    - Are you planning a future project and are confident everything is in place?


    If you answered NO to any of the above then book your place on our free CDM Trackback seminar.  To book a place email