Tragedy Wholly Avoidable

James CampbellGate Safety, Risk Assessment

Tragedy Wholly Avoidable

“Wholly avoidable” This was the description used by HSE Inspector Julian Franklin. He was tragically referring to the death of a 6-year-old boy, that would still be alive today had the gate undergone a “thorough commissioning!” A company had been convicted under Health & Safety legislation. It would seem that gaps in the commissioning process had led to the gates … Read More

Gate Safety – Who’s responsible?

James CampbellGate Safety, Risk Assessment

Gate Safety

Gate Safety – Who’s Responsible? These types of blogs are always a hard read, all about legislation and guidance, harder still for the casual observer that may only have one gate. Nevertheless, it is undeniably important to understand the detail if you have powered gates, it really does save lives in understanding the responsibilities! As a business we need to … Read More