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Discussion started by Brummagem Bertie (IP Logged), 24 July, 2019 19:36
Brummagem Bertie
Brummagem Bertie
24 July, 2019 19:36
New health, safety and risk management partner.

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Warriors have joined forces with industry specialists Cardinus Risk Management in a partnership aimed at making the club the Gallagher Premiership’s leaders in safety.
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“We are extremely excited to be working with Cardinus who are global leaders in the field of health, safety and risk management,” said Gené Willis, Warriors’ Head of Stadium Operations.



Whatever you do, do it safely!

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Butthead
24 July, 2019 20:12
I can’t say I’ve ever felt unsafe at Sixways.

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Fiver
25 July, 2019 17:41
It's a wonder the human race has survived so long.

PMB
PMB
29 July, 2019 08:31
Any bets on standing on the mezzanine floor in front of the bar and behind the top row of seats on the South Stand becoming "unsafe"?

OldWulfWarrior
OldWulfWarrior
30 July, 2019 11:32
This is good news. I know people sneer at the idea of Health and Safety advisors, and that some of the things they recommend may go a bit far, but although incidents don't happen very often in stadia, the potential when they do can be catastrophic (Hysel, Hillsborough, Bradford etc). It is so much better having an outside agency pointing out the flaws and potential difficulties so that the club can deal with it rather than anybody internal with a vested interest. How the club deals with the risks and mitigates them is up to the club. I would hope the risk management company would be able to use its experience elsewhere to come up with simple solutions to any issue.
The way I look at this is we pay £000s as organisations to have our accounts audited externally, surely we should be prepared to do the same to have our safety audited.
I feel reassured that when I bring my family to Sixways adequate efforts have been made to ensure my safety.


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