Health & Safety

Performance aims and objectives

Canary Wharf Construction are committed to continuous improvement and delivering the highest level of health and safety performance on the Southbank Place Project. Our aims are that no one will be injured or suffer ill-health as a result of involvement with the activities of the project and that the Southbank Place Project will become the benchmark for all future Canary Wharf Construction projects. We intend to achieve our goals with our robust health and safety management system and the commitment of everyone involved in the project.

Initiatives

Canary Wharf Construction demonstrates ongoing commitment to health and safety in other ways.

For example, a specialist occupational health nurse is employed on site. We also provide regular health awareness promotions and offer full staff health checks as well as offering general nursing care and healthy meal options for our entire workforce. We provide free porridge to all workers who come in the morning before a certain time.


Our Senior Health & Safety Manager

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Name / Stuart Wright

Qualifications / BA and Post Graduate Diploma in Health and Safety Management

Professional Memberships / Chartered Member of IOSH.

Past Employment / Health and Safety Executive (HSE) Construction Inspector for four years. Health and Safety Advisor for the Metropolitan Police for two years, before joining Canary Wharf Construction.

Time Spent with CWC / Five years

Previous Projects / Blackwall Place 2 and 3, 20 Fenchurch St (The Walkie-Talkie)

What are you trying to achieve on the Southbank Place Project?

I want everyone who comes to work on our project to be able to go home in the evening in as good or better shape than when they came in the morning.