Health and Safety Team Strengthened

Dale Potts
Faithful+Gould has strengthened its North West health and safety proposition with two new appointments at its Warrington office.

Barrie Holbrook and Jeremy Meredith have joined the team as CDM co-ordinators and will advise Faithful+Gould’s clients on matters relating to construction health and safety.

Barry joins Faithful+Gould from Pipeline Induction Heat and Jeremy previously worked for Gower Homes.

Colin Darley, managing coordinator of Faithful+Gould’s CDM team in Manchester and Warrington says: "The expansion of the CDM team is a direct result of increasing client demand since the CDMC regulations were amended last year.

"The amendments place more responsibility on companies, making them increasingly accountable for the health and safety of those working on, or affected by, their projects."

Colin continues: “Not only is it extremely difficult for companies to manage construction health and safety internally, but it can also be very costly when mistakes are made as a result. Our clients are benefiting from our in-depth expertise and knowledge in this area."

The CDM team is currently managing site safety services on a number of projects for clients including Manchester City Council, The Ministry of Justice, The Environment Agency and American Airlines. The CDM team is a member of the Association of Project Safety (APS) and all the team members NEBOSH and IOSH accredited.