Organiser: Walter Carefoot & Sons / Lambert Walker
Location: All Souls Church, Astley Street, BL1 Bolton
Phone: 01772 783711
All Souls Church is set to become a modern, multi-functional space for the local community and people of Bolton. It aims to be a truly ground-breaking national flagship project that will turn a disused historic church into a community centre for all local people whilst offering community engagement, training and educational opportunities throughout the 52-week construction programme.
All Souls will become a living classroom for traditional craft skills training offering a wide range of learning. A number of days are planned during the construction period, with the first one covering Health and Safety on Historic Building Sites.
Tuesday 29 October 2013
Time: 9.00am to 4.30pm
This free-to-attend day will involve lectures and then site visit tours considering a variety of health and safety issues on site. This will include an overview of CDM regulations and roles, site management, environmental restrictions and on-site risks, health hazards, design and construction hazards, pre-construction documentation and health and safety plans. Specifically to historic buildings the day will also consider structural stability during change and loading issues; hazards such as anthrax, Weil's disease, lead carbonate, materials issues lime, leads, asbestos, and training and works contracts in historic building repair.
An awareness of some generic, but mainly historic building health and safety issues on a construction project.
Heritage Professionals, Contractors, H&S Consultants, Local Authorities Conservation Officers, Building Control, etc.
Further details can be obtained from Jenny Martin at Walter Carefoot & Sons 01772 783711 or Allison Fogarty at Lambert Walker 01772 647470
To register on this event and others visit: http://allsoulstraining.eventbrite.co.uk/