Greg Davies, Director of Market Development

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Over thirty years of experience in workplace compliance

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Recognised expert witness. Committee member and survey lead of the IWFM Sustainability Special Interest Group

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Chair of CIBSE TM13 “Minimising the risk of Legionnaires’ disease” publication

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Regular industry speaker and contributor to the industry press

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Specialist Member of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM)

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Author of the original IWFM Risk Management Good Practice Guide (2010)

Risk and safety management are fundamental to the success of any organisation and should be seen as investments, not spends. With increasing scrutiny on not just the legal and financial, but moral and reputational aspects of business performance, knowing who to engage for accurate, verifiable independent and trustworthy advice is crucial. It is this advice we strive to deliver.

Good health and safety management doesn’t happen by accident

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He is a recognised expert and as a result has been asked for support in a range of investigations, including, most notably, the Legionella outbreak in Barrow-in-Furness in August 2002. He has been involved in investigations carried out by the local authorities, HSE and ORR.

With his extensive working knowledge, Greg is a regular presenter and has spoken at events run by, amongst others CIBSE, IWFM, IIRSM, BISRA, the Health Protection Agency, The British Safety Council, RICS, and IOSH. He is also a regular contributor to the industry press with well over 200 articles published to date. He was the author of the original IWFM good practise guide to risk management, published in 2010, chairing the CIBSE review of TM 13 “Minimising the risk of Legionnaires’ disease” and been involved in discussions with various Government departments and others (DECC, Defra, the EA and CCC) on compliance and sustainability.

Using this combined experience Greg is increasingly being used by customers to brief and update their boards of directors and governors on health, safety and environmental compliance. 


Insights by Greg

What’s your view on workplace sustainability?

It is that time of year again and the IWFM ‘Sustainability in FM survey’ is now live. Having been part of the survey team for a decade, it is also something I am heavily invested in.

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Getting phased with returning to work during the COVID-19 pandemic?

As we have continued to re-mobilise back into our workplaces, the discussions, questions being asked, and information being sought by customers is dividing them into three relatively discrete groups:

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Should we be using hot, warm or cold water to wash your hands?

One question we have been asked by a number of customers though is whether hot, cold or warm water is best for washing hands and what are the requirements around it?

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Keeping COVID-19 Secure current

It is a little over a month since the “COVID-19 Secure” strategy was introduced in England. Designed to help keep workplaces safe during the outbreak, it’s focus is on managing the risk associated with organisations re-starting/running during the outbreak.

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Coronavirus update

As of last night, over 31,000 people worldwide have been reported as infected with 2019-nCoV coronavirus of which 638 have died. So far, all but two of the fatalities have been in mainland China with the others being in the Philippines and Hong Kong.

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New coronavirus causing more concerns

Further to my insight from last week, confirmed cases of this outbreak have risen to over 7,700 and led to 170 deaths, as of this morning. Evacuations and travel restrictions are also continuing to grow as countries around the World – including the UK - look to repatriate citizens caught in infected areas.

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New coronavirus causing concerns

What looks like an outbreak of a new strain of coronavirus, believed to have started around Wuhan in China, has seen cases rise and spread over recent days. So far 9 people have died and over 470 people have been infected with the virus across various parts of China, according to press reports, and new cases have been reported in Thailand, Japan, Taiwan, South Korea and the USA.

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Increases in Legionella cases another climate change outcome?

The average number of reported/notified cases of Legionnaires’ disease in England and Wales over the last 15 years is approximately 350. Results year on year have been variable however, with 2011 recording the lowest incidence (235 cases) and 2018 the highest (814 reported/notified cases) according to Public Health England figures. But why such differences?

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