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. Current Chair 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, blogger and contributor to the industry press

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Fellow of the Royal Society of Public Health (RSPH). 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.

Picture of Greg DaviesGreg 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 a regular contributor to the industry press with 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 asked by customers to brief and update their boards of directors and governors on health, safety and environmental compliance. Greg has also recently joined an Institute of Directors Expert Advisory Group on The Future of the Workplace.

Insights by Greg

COSHH! Our Transition from the EU is going WEL…

Issued today (25th March 2021) the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) have announced information on setting workplace exposure limits (WELs) in Great Britain (GB) following the end of the EU Transition Period.

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ABI (The Association of British Insurers) extend home insurance enhanced help and support

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) have again extended the “enhanced help and support to all their customers who may be affected by the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19)”.

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New Chief Inspector of Buildings appointed by HSE

As a consequence of the 2017 Grenfell Tower disaster and recommendations in the ‘Building a Safer Future’ report produced by Dame Judith Hackitt, the government requested the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to establish a new Building Safety Regulator (BSR).

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HSE launch new App

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) have just launched the “official HSE health and safety mobile app.”

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Is the office really a hotbed for COVID-19?

Recent reports in the press have identified “offices” as a current focus for COVID-19 outbreaks. With statistics obtained via a Freedom of Information request, a recent BBC article reported…

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Happy New Year - old acquaintance must not be forgot?

Happy New Year to you all, although welcoming in another lockdown and new set of restrictions may not have been what some had envisioned for the start of 2021.

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Further fines issued for breaking COVID-19 Secure

The City of London Police have confirmed a further organisation have been fined for ignoring COVID-19 Secure requirements.

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Primary Authority and Brexit – Update

The Primary Authority Scheme remains in place and will continue from 1st January 2021 with no immediate legislative changes, following our departure from the EU.

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