Keeping our staff informed & safe !
Our Safety, Health & Environment (SHE) Administrator, Yvonne ensures our office staff and engineers are well informed and updated regularly with toolbox talks and any SHE issues.
Updates for staff regarding alcohol sanitiser.
Amidst all the chaos of Covid 19 virus, now more than ever we are keeping our staff informed, updated and safe. Yvonne issued this informative toolbox talk for all staff at Optimise. Stay safe !
In light of the current out break of Coronavirus CHAS have put together a policy/advice for members. Yvonne has created a toolbox talk for our employees to read, while highlighting the risk of contracting this illness in the UK is currently very low.
Some of our Optimise Engineers have received their COSHH awareness update this month, kindly organised by Yvonne.
All staff took part in our very informative and interactive fire practice, expertly given by Andy Pointer from Milne Safety.
We are also pleased to report all screening on offer to our Optimise staff were successfully passed. An impressive start to 2020, Good effort team !
Another toolbox talk this month for all our staff. Contact Dermatitis; understanding the condition and medical evaluation and possible treatments.
Yvonne has been busy today with our Health & Safety adviser, Alec Rodwell from Milne Safety. They are preparing for the Safety training in 2020 for all Optimise Staff.
This month Optimise achieved the SafeContractor and CHAS accreditation for 2019.
This month as the weather was heating up quite nicely, Yvonne kindly gave a toolbox talk on “Heat in the workplace”.
Emails were sent out to all staff to highlight notices/safety alerts from the HSE
- The phenomenon of condensate induced water hammer.
- Risks of primary containment loss associated with dead-legs that may be present on process pipework.
Earlier this month our engineers were sent a toolbox talk from our SHE Administrator Yvonne, regarding Bacterial infections ~ such as Weils Disease/Leptospiriosis and Legionnaires disease they are potentially at risk to.