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Cambridge Risk Management Limited

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John Buckley
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5 Sunmead Walk
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire
CB1 9YB
England UK
Opening Hours
Tuesday
07:00 am-08:30 pm
Monday
07:00 am-08:30 pm

Tuesday
07:00 am-08:30 pm

Wednesday
07:00 am-08:30 pm

Thursday
07:00 am-08:30 pm

Friday
07:00 am-08:30 pm

Saturday
07:00 am-08:30 pm

Sunday
07:00 am-08:30 pm

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About Cambridge Risk Management Limited

Cambridge Risk Management Limited are the region's leading provider of comprehensive services to help businesses identify and minimise the risk, remove unnecessary costs and improve performance.

While many organisations claim to provide integrated health and safety services Cambridge Risk Management combines consultancy with self-delivered services to cover all your compliance requirements. We can provide a nationwide service that is at your disposal 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The company operates in many different sectors of industry covering engineering, construction, waste, aerospace, agriculture, electronics, manufacturing and office based.

Cambridge Risk Management only employ only the most experienced, qualified consultants and offer up Cambridgeshire's most comprehensive range of market leading health and safety consultancy services.

Health & Safety Consultancy
Cambridge Risk Management Limited are here to help you manage workplace risk to assist in being compliant with Health & Safety Regulations.

Having a well thought-out health and safety policy and procedures is a key element in maintaining a safe working environment.

Cambridge Risk Management help businesses take advantage of the huge benefits good health and safety can bring to their business by guiding them through the minefield of managing workplace risk and complying with Health and Safety at Work regulations.

Our health and safety consultants have the technical experience, qualifications and know-how you need for your complete peace of mind. And that applies to manufacturing, aerospace, construction, office, retail or warehouse environments across a wide range of industrial and commercial sectors.

Health & Safety Training - Cambridge and UK wide
All courses are delivered by experienced trainers with appropriate knowledge. They are thorough and excellent value for money.

Our quality safety training courses are designed to be relevant, effective and interesting with a customer central focus. All delegates receive certificates of attendance.

Whether you are an employer or self-employed, are you sure that you're up to date with the rules and regulations, how to identify the hazards and control the risks you are faced with from your work?

Do you know what you have to do about consulting your employees, or their representatives, on health and safety issues? If not, you would probably benefit from some health and safety training.

We are able to offer a wide range of health and safety training courses in order to help you and your employees understand their own and the company legal responsibilities.

The following health and safety training courses are just a few of the many courses that we can delivery for you, we can even tailor a bespoke training course to suit your company needs.

All of our courses are delivered by approved qualified health and safety consultants and trainers.

Our Health & Safety Training Programs consist of:

  • DVD’s where applicable
  • Power Point presentations
  • Detailed delegates hand outs
  • Case Studies
  • Practice sessions
  • Interactive discussions
  • Assessment of understanding

We would be pleased to arrange for in house training to take place at your workplace or nominated venue, subject to a minimum number of delegates or a fixed fee course.

Our Health & Safety Training Categories:
  • Asbestos Surveying & Sampling
  • Dynamic Risk Assessment
  • Highfield Training Courses
  • Asbestos Awareness Training
  • CIEH Training
  • CoSHH Awareness Training (In-House)
  • Environmental Training
  • Fire Training
  • First Aid Training
  • IOSH Training
  • Manual Handling Training
  • Noise Awareness Training
  • Work At Height Training
  • Health & Safety Consultancy

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02/04/2017
What’s next for UK law – The Great Repeal Bill



On Wednesday 29th March 2017, Prime Minister Theresa May triggered Article 50, starting the process which will officially take Britain out of the European Union (EU) in March 2019
This was shortly followed by the publishing of the Great Repeal Bill White Paper on Thursday 30th March.

This document sets out the government’s proposal for ensuring a functioning statue book once the UK has left the EU and provides details about:

The repeal of the European Communities Act 1972;
How EU law will be converted into UK law; and
How corrections will be made to the statue book to ensure the law continues to function once Britain leave the EU.

Once the Great Repeal Bill is in force the UK will be an independent sovereign nation with laws made in Westminster rather than Brussels. To achieve this, the Great Repeal Bill will do three main things:

Repeal the European Communities Act 1972 and return power to UK institutions;
Subject to the proposals set out in the White Paper, convert EU law, as it stands at the moment of exit, into UK law before Britain leave the EU. This will allow businesses to continue operating knowing the rules have not significantly changed overnight; and
Create power to make secondary legislation. This will enable corrections to be made to the laws that would otherwise no longer operate appropriately once Britain has left the EU.

Overall, the Great Repeal Bill aims to ensure that, as a general rule, the same rules and laws will apply after we leave the EU as they did before. Without this Bill and the conversion of EU law into domestic law the UK’s statue book would contain significant gaps.

The Great Repeal Bill: White Paper can be viewed here.

The Government have also published a guidance document which provides information to businesses about the Bill – this document can be viewed here.
02/04/2017
Asbestos in Schools – What is the solution?



Asbestos in schools is a "serious" problem which could threaten the health of children, a Government report has found, as it concluded that thousands of schools are failing to follow safety guidelines.

One fifth of schools which responded to an official survey were found to be "not fully compliant" with asbestos procedures, leaving over a million children potentially exposed to dangerous fibres.

Of those, over 100 schools were deemed a "significant cause for concern" and required government intervention. The Department for Education (DfE) said it emailed those schools and received "reassurances" the asbestos is now safe.

Earlier this week a report by the National Audit Office (NAO) found that "asbestos is a significant, and potentially dangerous, issue in many buildings, including most schools".

The NAO report also noted that "the department does not collate information on the number of school buildings affected".

According to the National Union of Teachers, 319 teachers have died from mesothelioma since 1980. It is estimated that for every teacher's death, nine children will die, meaning over 100 people will die every year in the UK as a result of exposure when they were at school.

"These results seriously call into question the DfE's fundamental assumption that asbestos can be managed safely left in situ, as clearly this is not happening in too many cases," said Chris Keates, general secretary of the teaching union NASUWT.

"Asbestos is lethal. The only safe asbestos is removed asbestos. The DfE must bring forward proposals for the phased removal of all asbestos in schools without delay."

A voluntary survey was sent to schools by the Government between January and March last year, but only a quarter of schools responded.

This means that true number of schools who do not comply with asbestos safety procedures is likely to be far higher, as the report notes that there may be a "selection bias" towards schools that "already manage asbestos well".

A report on asbestos in schools by the All Party Parliamentary Group on Occupational Health and Safety in 2012 recommended that the Government set up programme to remove asbestos from all schools.

It concluded: "It is clear that, at present, there are serious deficiencies in the way that asbestos is managed in schools."

A DfE spokesperson said: "The health and safety of children and staff in our schools is vital - that's why we are investing £23 billion in school buildings by 2021. This will help ensure asbestos is managed safely and that the amount in school buildings continues to reduce over time.

"We have published updated guidance for schools on how to manage asbestos and the results of a survey which showed the majority of respondents have procedures in place. We have followed up with the schools which responded and did not have these procedures in place, and they have all provided assurances they are now compliant with Health and Safety Executive regulat
08/01/2017
Catastrophic Bleed Management Course



Our Catastrophic Bleed Management Course is suited towards outdoor and remote activities, as well as workers within identified high risk industries such as Agricultural, Saw mills, Forestry, Tree surgery, Farming, Game shooting, Gun clubs, Security, Construction, as well as event medics and those with first aid or first responder qualifications that would like ‘bolt-on’ qualifications to enhance their skill set.

It can be run in the following options:

As a 2-3 hour standalone course.
As a bolt on to a regulated course, such as EFAW or FAW..
As part of the bespoke serious incident control measures course.

Course Content:

Changes to UK Guidelines
Recognising a Catastrophic External Bleed.
Equipment use and maintenance - Pressure Bandages, Tourniquets and multiple CELOX products.
Catastrophic External Bleeding Control Measures Methods.
Casualty After Care.
Dangers of the incorrect usage of Tourniquets and Haemostatic products.
Practical training in realistic scenario tests, to suit each client’s environment.

04/01/2017
CDM 2015 – Management of Health & Safety in Construction

Under the CDM 2015 (Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015) a construction phase plan is required for EVERY construction project. This does not need to be complicated or burdensome.

If you are working for a domestic client, you will be in control of the project if you are the only contractor or the principal contractor. If you are the only contractor, by default, you are the principal contractor!

You will be responsible for:

preparing a plan;
organising the work; and
communicating and working together with others to ensure positive health and safety.

You could be a builder, plumber or other tradesman, doing small-scale routine work such as:

installing a kitchen or bathroom;
structural alterations, e.g chimney breast removal;
roofing work, including dormer windows;
extension or loft conversion.



A simple plan before the work starts is usually enough to show that you have thought about health and safety.

BUT If the job will last longer than 500 person days or 30 working days (with more than 20 people working at the same time) it will need to be notified to HSE and it is likely to be too complex for this simple plan format.

If you require us to prepare a Construction Phase Plan for you then please contact John Buckley 07411142946
Products & Services

ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITS

ENVIRONMENTAL TRAINING

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

HEALTH & SAFETY SYSTEMS

SITE SAFETY TRAINING

FIRE EXTINGUISHER TRAINING

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS

SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

RISK ASSESSMENTS

ONLINE HEALTH AND SAFETY TRAINING

CONSTRUCTION SITE AUDITS

HEALTH & SAFETY MANAGEMENT

WASTE MANAGEMENT

ITAP ASBESTOS AWARENESS TRAINING

ITAP ASBESTOS AWARENESS

FIRE CONSULTANTS

ASBESTOS TRAINING

IOSH SAFETY FOR SENIOR EXECUTIVES & DIRECTORS

ONLINE TRAINING

HEALTH AND SAFETY

WORK AT HEIGHT TRAINING

NOISE AWARENESS TRAINING

MANUAL HANDLING TRAINING

IOSH TRAINING

HIGHFIELD TRAINING COURSES

FIRST AID TRAINING

FIRE TRAINING

ENVIRONMENTAL TRAINING

DYNAMIC RISK ASSESSMENT

COSHH AWARENESS TRAINING

CEIH TRAINING

ASBESTOS AWARENESS TRAINING

RISK MANAGEMENT HELPLINE

NOISE ASSESSMENT

PAT TESTING

HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY

HEALTH & SAFETY PACK

H&S MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

HEALTH & SAFETY INSPECTIONS

HEALTH & SAFETY AUDITS

FIRE RISK ASSESSMENT

ISO 14001 AUDITING

ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANCY

DSE ASSESSMENTS

COMPETENT PERSON SERVICE

CHAS APPLICATION

CDM COORDINATION

ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION

Cambridge Risk Management Limited General Description

Cambridge Risk Management Limited provide Health and safety consultancy through out the UK
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