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Cresent has selected CHAS (Children’s Hospices Around Scotland) and Friends of the Neuro Ward AR as their nominated charities as part of the Celebrate Aberdeen parade, taking place in August.
Why should companies perform a regular Control of Work review or audit? There are a number of reasons this is important for your business, read more…
Here you’ll find articles, advice and whitepapers to help you with you Control of Work projects, training or health and safety consultancy.
If you want to update your Control of Work (CoW) system, either paper or electronic, you need to establish what is required and communicate this throughout your senior management team. Whilst the following may sound like obvious questions, they are often overlooked. We have yet to know a CoW project to consider all of these in over 20 years.
A Control of Work system should be applied to any onsite job which is deemed as being potentially hazardous, and this is particularly relevant to those undertaken in the oil and gas industry. It is vital that a system is put in place systematically, with strong foundations in training competences.
Jim Land, CEO at Cresent, shares his advice on successfully delivering a Management of Change project. Paying particular attention to Control of Work, he focusses on introducing new technology and moving from one system to another.
Isolated and frequently inhospitable, the offshore marine environment can be one of the most dangerous workplaces on earth. Add oil & gas industry operations into the mix, and the risk of something going wrong intensifies. Cresent worked with Technip to deploy the WorkSafe® Control of Work system as the first ISSoW system specifically developed for the offshore marine industry.