Carney Consultancy Ltd have signed up to the Better Health at Work Awards! We are currently working towards bronze level, by running three campaigns. Our campaign focus has been placed onto:
Yesterday, Wednesday 8th November 2017, our Director Angela Carney attended the Hartlepool careers day on behalf of the National Women in Construction (NAWIC) North East, to promote and encourage more students to consider a career within the construction industry.
As part of the event, Angela gave a presentation on the subject, was involved in answering questions that the students had and assisted in the creation of many paper bridges, as pictured below.
Kerry also gained a 14-month work experience placement with McCarthy and Stone as assistant site manager, progressing to the role of site manager for the last 3 months of the build. In addition to managing progress, costs and overseeing quality control, she was responsible for managing and maintaining the health, safety and welfare on site by giving regular toolbox talks and issuing up to date changes in health and safety regulations. Kerry completed as part of her University course. After graduating from university, she secured a job with Merit and Merrell as an assistant project engineer working on various projects throughout the UK. Kerry has also completed her Site Managers Safety Training Scheme.
In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family along with travelling, camping and occasionally surfing.
Tuesday 11th July 2017 - DURHAM
There have been big improvements over recent years in reducing the number and rate of injuries to construction workers. Despite this, construction remains a high-risk industry and accounts for a high percentage of fatal and major injuries. What is less recognised is that construction is a high-risk industry for health issues too.
Every year more working days are lost due to work-related illness compared to injuries. Statistics reveal that construction workers have a high risk of developing diseases from a number of health issues. These can be devastating for individuals and families.
This half day event, aimed at managers and supervisors, will provide up-to-date information on preventing occupational diseases. It will highlight the most important health issues specific to the construction industry, what the risks are and how to prevent them.
Book now by downloading attached booking form! Please note, this event usually books up very quickly and places will be offered on a first-come, first served basis.
WHITE VAN ROADSHOW
Carney Consultancy Limited will be attending the White Van Roadshow. The event is being run by Working Well Together (WWT) - an industry led initiative, sponsored and supported by the HSE.
The week-long White Van Roadshow, which begins Monday 26th June, aims to raise awareness about the risks workers on construction sites face every day, to try and cut the number of deaths and injuries in the industry.
In groups of 10-15, workers will visit the Roadshow for approximately half an hour to hear a series of short talks. With Occupational Health being high on HSE’s agenda, this year’s Roadshow topics will be health-related - construction dust, hand arm vibration, noise – and to coincide with the launch of the construction industry’s own mental health awareness programme, Mates in Mind, we also have Tyneside and Northumberland Mind involved in the Roadshow.
Ricky Guy, SHEQ Manager, said:
Farrans Construction is proud to be working with the Working Well Together North East group and to be hosting part of the Roadshow event. By meeting with construction workers directly on site, the Roadshow offers an excellent opportunity to share health and safety information directly with those working at the coal face.
Staff from Carney Consultancy Limited will be on hand throughout the week to answer any questions that may be asked. Our first representative on Monday 26th June 2017 will be Director Dave Carney at TEESRep Biomass Power Station alongside Tecnicas Reunidas. Dave Carney is also the Chairperson for Working Well Together - North East.
In April 2017, we reported that we had been nominated and shortlisted for SME of the year at the Constructing Excellence in the North East Awards 2017.
After months of anticipation, a number of staff, dressed in our finest, attended the awards ceremony, where we were lucky enough to walk away with the SME of the year award 2017.
Director Dave Carney commented on the evening saying:
"We had a great night at the CENE Awards on Friday night which was topped off by Carney Consultancy Ltd winning the SME of the Year award. It's really satisfying to be recognised at what I think is the premier ceremony of this type for the construction sector in the North East. Just to be short listed along side Metnor Construction Ltd, Castle Building Services and Patrick Parsons was big news for us, but to then scoop the award was a real surprise."
Director Angela Carney further commented:
"Carney Consultancy would like to thank all of our customers for continued business and the CCL team of Steve Harkness, Claire Redfern-Lown, Julie Turner, David Wadds, Martin Crammond, Jeff Mein, George Redfern-Lown & Simon Hogg for their hard work and dedication which has aided in our achieving this prestigious award. A company is only as good as the people it has working for it and we are fortunate to have a superb team."
Carney Consultancy Limited offer a wide range of National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs) to meet a wide range of needs. But do you know which one is best for you? For example, did you know that a ...
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With these accreditations behind us, we not only demonstrate the high level that we hold ourselves too but also gives us more experience and knowledge for helping our clients to reach these levels.
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